Sony surprised everyone when they rolled out Vaio Z this year as they brought myriad changes in their flagship model such as removal of optical drive from its casing, thinner design, removal of discrete graphics and so on. It still promises to take everyone’s breath away by its super awesome design and extra ordinary battery life despite some serious power under the hood.
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Toshiba T551 is a 15.6 inch laptop powered by the second generation Intel Core i series processor. The company also sells a cheaper version of it that runs on Intel Pentium B940 2GHz processor. Other specs include 4GB RAM, upgradable to 8GB DDR3, 750GB hard disk drive, 3x USB ports (1x USB 3.0, 2x USB 2.0), LAN, Wi-Fi b/g/n, HDMI and Windows 7 Home Premium operating system.
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There are three options:
1. SD card (assuming you have a new 13″.) They’re available at up to 64 GB, obviously still under your 250 GB requirement. There are USB flash drives at up to 256 GB, but they’re insanely expensive ($700+,) 128 GB is slightly better at ~$300. I lump SD and USB together in the ‘ultra-small, but expensive for the capacity’ grouping. Continue reading “External Hard disk for Macbook Air”