The Sony PCG-7112L Specs

Updated July 20, 2017

The Sony PCG-7112L is one in a line of Video Audio Integrated Operation (VAIO) notebook computers. VAIO is a sub-brand for Sony products that combine audio and video capabilities with personal computers. In 2008, the VAIO acronym was amended to Visual Audio Intelligence Organizer to commemorate the 10th year of the brand. VAIO laptops can be custom built to unique specifications including hard drives, processors, colours and textures.

AC Power Adapter Charger

The AC adaptor input is 110 to 240 volts and 50 to 60Hz. Output is 19 to 20 volts DC, up to a maximum of 75 watts. The adaptor connector is a barrel type with a centre pin. A power adaptor charger is also known as a power adaptor or transformer. It converts AC power from the wall outlet into the DC power that is needed to run the computer.


The lithium-Ion battery is 11.1 volts. It is 5200 milliamp hours (mAh). Milliamp hours refers to the rating that defines the total capacity of the battery. The higher the mAh rating, the longer the battery lasts between each charge.


The screen size for the notebook is 15.4 inches. WXGA resolution is 1280 by 800 pixels. The aspect ratio is wide screen and it is available with a glossy or matt surface. The single backlight type is CCFL. The screen has a two-pin connector. The video signal connector is 30-pin.

Hard Drives

Hard drives for this computer are 200 to 500GB. The transfer rate for a 200GB hard drive is 150MB per second. The transfer rate for a 500GB hard drive is up to 3.0GB per second. Hard drive speed is 4200 to 5400 RPM for 200 and 500GB drives, respectively. All hard drive dimensions are 2.4 inches in height.

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