If you happen to own a Sony VAIO F Series notebook, then you might want to spruce it up with this rather interesting number known as the eCog Mercury Cover. It definitely will not come cheap at a whopping $1,250 (sans notebook of course), but surely this will transform your notebook experience into a truly one of a kind affair. Constructed from scratch as a special commission by Sony America, this is the first eCog Mercury which took around three and a half weeks to build, delivering steampunk aesthetics to the Sony VAIO F notebook without gimping its functionality in any way. Not only that, design considerations had to be made to ensure that the notebook will remain serviceable as and when required.
A very thin birch plywood was used for different parts of the build on and around the keyboard, while the screen cover featured copper art. As long as you have the Sony VAIO F Series notebook model number VPCF2390X CTO, you are good to go. Those who want to get their hands on this can also do so if they happen to own the model number VPCF215FX/B (3D version), VPCF22SFX/W, VPCF23BFX/B, VPCF232FX/B, and in general the VPCFxxxx designation for 16” notebooks that can be purchased from retail locations.
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