A new laptop from Sony called the PCG-31113L passed through the FCC today. The device features a Qualcomm Gobi2000 that provides CDMA/EVDO and GSM/WCDMA 3G connectivity, along with an Intel 802.11 a/b/g/n WLAN card and Bluetooth. The device’s label, above, also makes mention of a optical drive.
Test reports show that the PCG-31113L uses a VGP-AC19V32 AC adapter. This adapter is currently used in Sony’s Z-Series notebooks, so this is likely a new addition to the Z-Series line.
We’ll keep you updated as we learn more.
Sony passed a notebook called the PCG-3111L through the FCC today. This model number doesn’t tell us much, however the device’s test report shows the use of a VGP-AC19V32 AC adapter – the same adapter used for Sony’s existing Z Series notebooks.
Specs on the PCG-3111L are hard to come by, but we do know that the device will rock a Gobi2000 processor from Qualcomm for worldwide 3G connectivity and GPS. The PCG-3111L will also have an optical drive, suggesting that it won’t be the smallest notebook on the block.
This notebook from Sony passed through the FCC today, thanks to a filing by Atheros. According to label pics, this device is known as the PCG-21212L. The test report further shows that the base model for this device is PCG-2121, with the next two characters varying based on the device’s specs.
The test report of the PCG-21212L shows that the device will feature 3G WWAN powered by a Qualcomm Gobi2000. The device will also have 802.11 b/g/n WiFi from Atheros, as well as Bluetooth.
FCC documents don’t give us much more info about the PCG-21212L, and as far as we can tell this is a yet-to-be-released notebook from Sony. The test report does note that the device uses Sony VGP-BPL18 and VPG-BPS18 batteries, however. To this point, these batteries have been used exclusively for Sony Vaio W series netbooks, so this may actually be another netbook model from Sony.