The Sony VAIO VGN-SRX is a subnotebook computer series released by Sony in 2002, that were available in a 10.4" display size.
They came in a silver-purple finish, it's footprint is actually less than a sheet of A4 paper and the build quality, as you would expect from Sony, is outstanding.
The laptop was featured in 2003's Johnny English, with which Johnny uses to plan an attack on Sauvage's HQ.
The Intel Pentium III series with Intel 815EM Chipset graphics was included with these laptops along with Windows XP.
Processor: Intel Pentium III 800MHz Low Voltage SpeedStep, 512K Level 2 Cache integrated to CPU
Graphics: Intel 815EM Chipset
RAM: 256MB RAM
Display: 10.4" XGA TFT Screen, 1024x768 resolution
Storage: 30GB Ultra ATA HDD
Wireless: Integrated Bluetooth, Integrated Wireless LAN (Orinoco Wi-Fi, 802.11)
OS: Windows XP Pro
Media: 1 X CF Type II slot, 1 X USB Port, VGA out, via Sony dongle, Sony Memory Stick Slot,
Additional: Integrated iLink IEE1394, Microphone in and sound out, Integrated 10/100 LAN (Wired), Touchpad with scroll, 87 Key QWERTY Keyboard
Daily Usage Today
This laptop is still useable today, but to some extent... It is only useful for office uses (Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, etc...). The Pentium III is not very fast, clocking at 800MHz, and it is recommended that one replaces the HDD with a SSD. Retro games are not playable on this device.
Follow our guides to download and install drivers.