Last August, VAIO laptop brand has officially returned to Chinese market and it has launched the VAIO VJS131 and the VAIO VJS112 in Tokyo on January 24, 2018. The two lightweight laptops are powered by Intel’s eighth generation Core processor, and they have optimized heat dissipation system. Besides, the two laptops adopt unique VAIO TruePerformance technology, helping improve Intel’s eighth-generation Core processor’s TDP from 15W to 20W to greatly improve the processor’s performance. The VAIO TruePerformance is currently a unique innovative technology in the lightweight laptop market. Today, we will start the disassembly of the VAIO VJS131 to see its internal design and more importantly to figure out the optimization part of the internal design which can achieve AVAIO TruePerformance technology.
There reserves a SIM card slot at the bottom.
Remove the dustproof cover, and then the SIM card slot can be seen. It is perhaps because the laptop’s Chinese version fails to get pertinent permission that the VAIO VJS131 we will disassemble doesn’t support 4G.
Take out all the screws on the back cover and disconnect all the snap joints at the verge of the surface with keyboard, and then this palm rest can be removed. But be careful that there is a ribbon cable connection below it.
The laptop sports a battery with a capacity of only 35Whr resulted from space wasting. The laptop’s battery is smaller compared with other lightweight laptops’. The battery is made by Chinese manufacturer.
Putting the laptop’s antenna on the top of the screen brings best effect. This is result that VAIO gets from professional testing environment and test instrument. That’s why VAIO laptops’ antenna is basically placed at this place.