Sony Vaio UX390N (Model: VGN-UX390N) specs, prices, info

Sony Vaio UX390N Alternatives

Sony Vaio UX390N Specifications

Manufacturer Sony
Model name Vaio UX390N
Model id VGN-UX390N
CPU Intel Core Solo U1500
CPU speed 1330 Mhz
Graphics Intel GMA 950
OS Microsoft Windows Vista Business
Display Size
4.5" 1024 X 600
Display Type
LED b/l,
RAM 1000 MB
SSD 32 GB
Battery capacity 20 Wh
Battery Life (tested)1.8 - 2.2 hours
Weight (Minimum) 725gm / 1.6 pounds
Size 150/95/38.0 mm
Size 5.9/3.7/1.5 inches
Physical Interfaces Ethernet 10/100
Line-out / Headphone (3.5mm)
DC-in
MIC-in
Memory Stick slot
USB 2.0
Docking connector
DC-in
Wireless Interfaces802.11 a/b/g
BT (type unknown)
GPRS+EDGE
AdditionalVGA adaptor
Case
Stylus
AC Adaptor
WebCam
Fingerprint reader
Docking station
*Specifications can vary
Sony Vaio UX390N prices
USA$249930 Oct 12
Sony Vaio UX390N news and review links.Date
Laptop magazine mini-review of the UX 390N (AKA UX1XN)23/02/19
Origami Experience on a Sony UX39023/02/19
Sony Vaio UX390N popularity (140days)

Sony Vaio UX390N alternatives

Fujitsu U2010, 5.6 inch, 610 grams (1.34 lbs)
3.5hours under bapco is a wifi-off, low screen brightness test. Expect about 3hrs browsing on this device.
Solpi Solpi, 4.8 inch, 750 grams (1.65 lbs)
Sony UX490n (VGN-UX490N), 4.5 inch, 725 grams (1.6 lbs)
Samsung SPH-P9200, 5.0 inch, 650 grams (1.43 lbs)
Fujitsu Lifebook U810 (FPCM21341), 5.6 inch, 708 grams (1.56 lbs)
Amtek U560 (U560), 4.8 inch, 675 grams (1.49 lbs)
We've done some thorough testing on this one. With XP/1GB its fast and performs very well as a video player. Thre are even gaming possibilities. Its not a pocketable device and looks a little chubby but so far, it's our favorite McCaslin (A100/A110) based UMPC. (Tested: SH6, V37, Shift, Q1 Ultra.) 3+ hour wifi-on battery life.
Fujitsu Lifebook U1010 (FMV-U1010), 5.6 inch, 580 grams (1.28 lbs)
Flipstart Labs Flipstart, 5.6 inch, 820 grams (1.81 lbs)
Without actually holding one of these, its difficult to grasp the actual scale of it. The ratio of dimensions certainly make it look rather 'thick' and the weight is on the high side for such a small device. Questions arise over the PPI (pixels per inch) on the screen which, at over 200, could be difficult for some people to use. The Intel 915 chipset ensures a quality video experience for this screen size and the processor will be powerful enough for standard office-like activities. The lack of ports (one USB2.0) could be a problem although with EV-DO on board(appears to be the high-speed type) there will be no need for external cellular modems. Will the Flipstart be available with HSDPA for the Euro market? We will have to wait and find out.
Sony Vaio UX1XN (VGN-UX1), 4.5 inch, 725 grams (1.6 lbs)
Sony Vaio UX380N (VGNUX380CN), 4.5 inch, 725 grams (1.6 lbs)
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