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The new Chromebook may be headed to Sony (NYSE:SNE) if the latest images and documents that were leaked recently from the Federal Communications Commission are to be believed. The supposed Chromebook bound is simply called the VAIO VCC11 or the VAIO Chromebook Computer, Series a, 11-inch. Basing on the information shown on this upcoming device, it may feature the Tegra 250 T25 ARM processor from Nvidia (NASDAQ:NVDA), which would make it the first Chromebook to come without an Intel (NASDAQ:INTC ) processor.
Speculations have also emerged suggesting that the device will feature 2GB of RAM and a 16GB SSD. The supposed Chromebook from Sony will also feature the power jack, audio jacks and an HDMI port on the left side while the right side will feature an SD memory card reader and a pair of USB ports.
Estimates on the price tag of the upcoming device may be from $300 to $400. For the moment only four versions of the Chromebook are in the market with two manufactured by Acer and the other two were manufactured by Samsung. This makes the market for the device not too crowded.
The two Chromebooks from each of the two companies consist of a Wi-Fi only and a Wi-Fi/3G device.
The recent discovery will likely be welcomed by users since the latest device will be manufactured by a new company. Reports have also suggested that the upcoming device may be released in the coming months, which is the typical time frame for new laptops t be released into the market after being tested by the FCC.
It also remains uncertain whether the upcoming Chromebook from Sony will be released in the two color options shown on the images that were leaked from the FCC, a black edition and a combination of black and white. It also remains uncertain if Sony will also offer a Wi-Fi only and a Wi-Fi/3G version similar to the earlier versions of the device.
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