User manual Sony PCG-F680

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P CG-F6 8 0  
S o n y VAIO All-in -On e No t e b o o k  
MMAAXX Sc re e n: 15.0" XGA TFT  
MMAAXX Ba tte ry: 2X ba tte ry life  
MMAAXX Mobility: Approxim a te ly 7 lbs . light;  
a bout 2" thin  
All-in-one de s ign  
i.LINK (IEEE 1394) inte rfa c e  
Sony Digital Handycam® Camcorder sold separately.  
Power Requirements  
49.5 watts maximum (19.5VDC/ AC100-240V)  
Power Management  
Energy Star compliant  
Advanced power management - ACPI compatible  
Mobile Intel® Pentium III processor 700 MHz1  
featuring Intel SpeedStep™technology2  
Cache Memory  
Size (H x W x D)  
56 KB integrated on-die level 2  
Mobile Intel® Pentium® III processor 7020 MHz1  
® ™  
Bus Speed  
100 MHz  
7.1 lbs. (with weight saver in floppy drive bay)  
7.5 lbs. (with floppy drive in floppy drive bay)  
featuring Intel SpeedStep technology  
64 MB SDRAM (expandable to 256 MB max.)  
20.0 GB hard drive  
15.0"XGA(1024 x 768) TFT screen  
High-capacity Lithium-Ion battery,  
dual battery capability  
Bus Architecture  
Supplied Accessories  
Lithium-Ion battery, AC adapter, weight saver  
and video cable  
5.0"XGA(1024 x 768) TFT  
Optional Accessories  
ATI RAGE MOBILITYgraphics chip with  
External 8X4X24Xmax. CD-RW drive (PCGA-CDRW52)  
Additional battery (PCGA-BP71)  
Network port replicator (PCGA-PRF1A)  
USB mouse (PCGA-UMS1/A)  
Carrying case (PCGA-CCF)  
Additional AC adapter (PCGA-AC19V1)  
7.1 lbs.** light, 2.1"thin  
8.0 MB SDRAM with 3D acceleration support  
All-in-one design with floppy drive,  
hard drive and DVD-ROM drive  
Digital Audio  
Hardware MIDI  
Windows® sound system compatible  
i.LINK (IEEE 1394) S400 interface — supports  
MPEG1 and MPEG2 digital video  
Supports full screen playback  
high-speed digital video, audio and data transfer  
capabilities among equipped Sony products4  
8Xmax. DVD-ROM drive with DVD movie  
playback capability  
One year limited Express Service7  
Limited Warranty  
Standard RAM  
128 MB SDRAM, expandable to 256 MB  
One year parts and labor (90 days without registration)8  
Telephone Support  
NTSC video out  
Hard Drive  
Hardware: One year  
20.0 GB3 fixed  
Integrated V.90 56K5 modem  
Three Programmable Power Keys (PPK) for  
easy access to key applications such as the  
Internet and email  
Software and operating system: 90 days8  
DVD-ROM Drive  
8Xmax. fixed DVD-ROMdrive with  
Operating System  
DVDmovie playback capability  
Microsoft Windows® Millennium Edition  
Floppy Disk Drive  
Removable 1.44 MB,  
Software Appl®ications  
ATI RAGE MOBILITYgraphics chip  
Adobe Acrobat Reader  
.5"internal operation  
Adobe PhotoDeluxe® Home Edition  
with 8.0 MB SDRAM  
Built-in stereo speakers  
Floppy disk drive bay also supports second  
Lithium-Ion battery when floppy drive is removed  
Adobe Premiere LE  
ArcSoft® PhotoPrinter 2000 Pro  
Intuit Quicken Basic 2000  
using optional second battery in floppy drive bay  
Integrated V.90 56K5 modem  
McAfee® VirusScan  
*with weight saver in floppy drive bay  
Mediamatics DVDExpress®  
MHz denotes microprocessor internal clock speed; other factors may affect application  
6 key QWERTYlayout  
Microsoft Word 2000  
The processor may be reduced to a lower operating speed when operating on battery power.  
GB means one billion bytes when referring to hard drive capacity. Accessible capacity  
may vary.  
19mm key pitch  
3mm stroke  
RealNetworks RealPlayer® 7 Basic  
i.LINKis a trademark of Sony used only to designate that a product contains an IEEE 1394  
connector. All products with an i.LINKconnector may not communicate with each other.  
Due to FCC limitations, speeds of 53kbps are the maximum permissible transmit power  
levels during download transmissions. Actual data speeds will vary depending on line  
Sonic Foundry Sound Forge XP  
Pointing Device  
Electro-Static touch pad  
Sony DVgate™  
Sony Media Bar™  
Estimated battery life. Actual battery life may vary on usage.  
Certain restrictions apply to Express Repair Service.  
From date of purchase upon registration.  
Built-in stereo speakers  
Sony MovieShaker  
Sony OpenMG Jukebox  
Requires payment of additional fees or subscription for use.  
Sony PictureGear™  
Sony Smart Capture  
Sony VisualFlow  
Online Center® 9  
America Online  
Lithium-Ion battery  
Supports dual battery operation  
Sony Electronics Inc.  
Personal Network Solutions Company  
Battery Life  
6765 West Bernardo Drive, San Diego, CA92127  
For more information: 1.800.4SONYPC (476-6972)  
Web address:  
2.0–3.0 hours with one battery  
4.0–6.0 hours with optional second battery6  
® 9  
AT&T WorldNet  
Compuserve® 2000 9  
Computer Interface: The computer industry lacks standards, and therefore, there are a multitude  
of varying software packages and add-on hardware options. This personal computer is not man-  
ufactured to any specific software, and Sony does not and cannot make any warranty or repre-  
sentation with respect to the performance of this product with any particular software packages  
and/or non-Sony add-on hardware option except those mentioned in this document. Sony here-  
by disclaims any representations or warranty that this product is compatible with any combina-  
tion of products you may choose to connect. While Sony representatives or Sony authorized  
dealers may be able to assist you and may make recommendations, they are NOT authorized to  
vary or waive this disclaimer. Purchasers must determine for themselves the suitability and com-  
patibility of the hardware and software in each and every particular instance. Some pre-installed  
software titles may not include full documentation. Software titles pre-installed on the Sony  
Notebook Computer are subject to change without notice. Simulated graphic shown on display.  
PC Card Slots  
Supports two type II cards or one type III card  
CardBus support  
EarthLink Network TotalAccess® 9  
Microsoft Internet Explorer  
Netscape Communicator  
Supports 4 Mbps, 1.1 Mbps and 115 kbps IrDAstandard  
® 9  
Prodigy Internet  
VAIO Support Agent  
Other Interfaces  
Serial, parallel printer, VGAmonitor, PS/2® keyboard/  
mouse, NTSCvideo out, USB(2), RJ-11 phone jack,  
2000 Sony Electronics Inc. All rights reserved. Reproduction in whole or in part without written  
permission is prohibited. Sony, i.LINKand VAIO are registered trademarks and 3MAX+, DVgate,  
Media Bar and PictureGear are trademarks of Sony. Intel and Pentium are registered trademarks  
of Intel Corporation. Microsoft and Windows are trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. All other  
trademarks are trademarks of their respective owners. This product meets the standards of the  
International Energy Star Program for energy efficiency. Features and specifications are subject  
to change without notice. Non-metric weights and measurements are approximate.  
i.LINK (IEEE1394) S400, mic-in, headphone  
Printed in U.S.A. 09/00  

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