Generally speaking the Vaio JS190J resembles the look of a typical all-in-one PC. It has a built-in webcam lens bon the top of its edge, a Blue-ray drive opens out from the side as well as an adjustable foot on the back. Its new keyboard design even borrows its looks in no small part from Apple’s iMac keyboard. The unit itself measures approximately 16 inches high by 19.1 inches wide by 2.1 inches deep, stand excluded, which makes it about 2 inches shorter than the iMac.
The Vaio JS190J is remarkably faster than its competitors whose impressive performance wins can be attributed to the Sony’s desktop CPU. As for the other all-in-one computers, they all use slower laptop chips. But not the Vaio JS190J, whose integrated graphics chip, though holds it back from playing advanced 3D games, still for all other tasks, no other all-in-one desktop can match the performance of the Vaio JS190J. If you need an all-in-one PC for productivity of any kind, don’t hesitate to get this system. It’s worth your faith and fee.
Other ports on the system comprise a Gigabit Ethernet port, SD Card and MemoryStick Pro inputs, five USB 2.0 jacks, analog ports for headphones and as well as a microphone.