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The Sony VAIO PCG-505 was a high end subnotebook released by Sony in October 1997. It was one of the thinnest and lightest laptops at the time, measuring only at 23.9mm thick and weighing only 1.35kg, this was a very unique laptop. It had the classic VAIO purple and used a magnesium alloy chassis to reduce the weight. It also adopted various design elements to make it more unique, such as the cylindrical battery as well as the matching accessories that could be bought with the laptop.

Detailed Specs

Processor: Intel Pentium MMX 133MHz

Graphics: NeoMagic MagicGraph 128ZV+

Chipset: Intel 430TX

Memory: 32MB RAM, maximum 64MB

Display: 10.4 inch 800x600 LCD display

Storage: 1GB hard drive

Weight: 1.35kg

MSRP: $2000

Daily Usage Today

You can't. These days, they are only suitable for retro gaming and offline usage, and it's not adequate for running Windows games either, you are better off playing DOS games on it.