Specifications for Sony VAIO VPCF13UFX

Sony Vaio vpcf13ufx/b notebook
March 18, 2011 at 11:29:00
Specs: Windows 7 Home Premium, i7 - 1.73Ghz/ 4Gb
Hello, I have recently found out about a Sony VAIO VPCF13UFX laptop at a store. This model is different than Sony VAIO VPCF13UFX/B. I would like to know the specifications for this laptop, as I couldn't find its specifications any where on the internet. All I could find was Sony VAIO VPCF13UFX/B or Sony VAIO VPCF13UFX/H models. Any suggestions would be helpful. Thanks.

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March 18, 2011 at 12:01:29
... you could try this (freeware) System Spec download

... whoops!! just re-read your post (one has to run the prog on the machine)

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March 18, 2011 at 13:21:22

You're a fan of the old Dos Commander Keen series ?

Some models may be available in some areas but not others.

Sony Global - Support


Electronics - choose the country the computer is sold in

Choose Support

Online Support
VAIO and Computing

Search by Model Number
Select Category - VPCF1
Select Model -
If there is no VPCF13UFX model without /letter at the end of it, it doesn't exist - the VPCF13UFX model you looked at has a /letter

Note that I found older Sony models have two model numbers
- one on a label on the outside of the laptop,
- the other one is shown in the laptop's bios Setup.

The latter one is the one you use to look up specific specs and support info.

That may still apply

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March 19, 2011 at 10:42:58
Yes thanks for the quick reply. I found out that the letter after model number tells the color of the laptop. The laptops Sony VAIO VPCF13UFX/B and Sony VAIO VPCF13UFX/H are the same models with the different colors.

Yep... Commander Keen was an awesome game... :) :)

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March 19, 2011 at 13:37:24
"Yep... Commander Keen was an awesome game... :) :)"

I have three or four single shareware disks I got for under $5 at the time, and I think one full set of one series.
It's amazing how many hours of entertainment you could get from those with as little as the data on one floppy disk.
I spent many hours playing those once upon a time.

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March 19, 2011 at 14:44:22
yes you are right... it was an amazing little game... I had a great time playing it back then when it was released... I wonder why don't they make games like that any more... I guess with increasing use of graphics and complexity of play the game developers are missing a big chunk on fun factor. The games are not what they used to be. They have evolved in terms of design, but not in terms of entertainment. It would be simply marvellous to see a remake of Commander Keen with better graphics and design. I hope the game makers can learn a few things from fantastic games like these. Gods was another brilliant game like that.

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