sony pcg-u1 battery life: 2 hours — tech (March 26, 2003, 0) - I think I need one of those extended batteries. The specs of my
computer can be found at
http://www.transmetazone.com/articleview.cfm?articleID=1056 . In
comparison, the Fujitsu Lifebook P1110 has around 4.8 hours of battery
life, according to
. Hmmm. However, the Vaio PCG-U1 is 70 grams lighter than the P1110,
and it’s much smaller, so I guess it’s worth it.
I heart ultraportables! (July 27, 2006, 0) - The power adapter for my Fujitsu Lifebook P1110 gave up two days ago.
With the funny way my life works, an inconvenience like that turned
into a great opportunity to try out the Sony Vaio U1.
My dad used the Vaio as a wearable computer, strapping it into a
customized belt bag during his aerial photo shoots so that
Moved to Vaio! (July 26, 2006, 0) - The power adapter on my Fujitsu Lifebook P1110 has just completely given up. Fortunately, my parents had given me the Sony Vaio U1 to use as a backup computer. After a day of upgrading it from Ubuntu Breezy Badger to Ubuntu Dapper Drake (that should teach me to deselect all of the GNOME packages before
Net install (April 28, 2005, 0) - I’m setting up Linux on the Sony Vaio U1 so that I can use it as well
as my Lifebook. I’ve decided to give Fedora Core 3 a try instead of
just net-booting and installing Debian like last time. Besides, I
couldn’t find my handy-dandy one-disk Debian net install image.
Fedora Core’s net-install support lags far behind Debian’s. I
Asus EEE 1008HA and Ubuntu: Keep a USB drive handy (June 9, 2009, 12) - I’d been thinking about getting a netbook for a while, but I’d felt guilty over the two ultraportables languishing in our electronics drawer. I occasionally dusted them off and W- even got Ubuntu running on them again, but I just didn’t use them as much as I did before I got my work laptop. Keeping