Two new VAIO SX series laptops have just been launched in Japan by the PC and hardware manufacturer VAIO ad the all-new VAIO SX12 and SX14 reportedly come in 12.5-inch and 14-inch screen sizes. And the good thing is that these laptops bring 11th generation Intel processors and run on the latest Windows 11 OS.
There are multiple models under the SX12 and SX14 lineups and according to official sources, the VJS12490111B and VJS12490211W start at ¥269,800(~$2,378). Both of these laptops are powered by an Intel Core i7-1195G7 processor and come with 16GB of RAM and 512GB of SSD. The duo has a 12.5-inch screen with a Full-HD resolution.
Coming up next is the lower-end models which have been launched by VAIO and they are the VJS12490311B, VJS12490411T, VJS12490611S, and VJS12490511P. These three laptops are powered by an Intel Core i5-1155G7 processor and have up to 16GB of RAM and 256GB of SSD which is quite a powerful combination. Again, the trio has the same 12.5-inch screen. The laptops start at ¥199,800(~$1,761).
finally, in the SX14, there are various models which include the VJS14490111B, VJS14490211B, VJS14490311T, VS1449011W, and the VJS14490511W. These all laptops unlike their brother from SX12 they all come with a 14-inch display with FHD resolution. The laptop with model VJS14490111B runs on Intel’s Core i7-1195G7, however, the other models have Intel i5-1155G7 processors. The laptops come with up to 16GB of RAM and 512GB of SSD. The 14-inch laptop starts from ¥229,800(~$2,076).