The Sony Vaio FJ
series is a 14.1 inch notebook
designed for Windows XP
and the FJ270, FJ290, FJ330,FJ370 models in particular, are designed for Windows Vista
. The FJ Series uses only the Pentium M
processors using the Sonoma platform
of Intel Centrino
The VAIO FJ has a thin, 14.1" wide screen display with Sony's original XBRITE-ECO LCD
technology and it has a built-in Motion Eye
web camera above the screen in the bezel
Low end FJ
Sony released a low end edition of FJ series. This was much cheaper and available from US$800 dollars, but it didn't included a built in camera, and used Intel Celeron
(1.60GHz) processor instead of the more powerful Centrino CPU
(1.90 or 2.33GHz). It also included 60GB hard drive instead of the usual 100GB. This model sold well in Asian market.
The FJ series was first targeted as a home/work computer as the FJ190 but the FJ270/370 which was the most powerful edition was for home/work/student computer the FJ290 which had inferior specifications was the "colors" computer because it was available in five color which were later expanded to 9 colors when VAIO 10th anniversary special edition appeared in Japan the FJ series called F light is available in different colors than in America and was TV capable using Windows Media Center. F light series are starting to be replaced by the C series like in America.