Get connected. Hook up your VAIO® P Series Lifestyle PC to a LAN line, external display or projector with the VGP-DA10 display/LAN adapter. Designed exclusively for the Lifestyle PC, this adapter seamlessly connects with the VGP-AC10V2 standard AC adapter (sold separately) to form one convenient connection.
Designed exclusively for the VAIO® P Series Lifestyle PC.
Easily connect your VAIO® Lifestyle PC to a LAN line and an external display or projecetor to show off the most recent additions to your portfolio.
The Display/LAN Adapter seamlessly connects with the AC10V2 to form one convenient connection.
( Rated 4.5 out of 5 Stars AVERAGE RATING | 2 REVIEWS Ratings Snapshot )
2 of 2 (100%) customers would recommend this product to a friend
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I've had this product for3-6 months
14of15 people found this helpful
Pros: it is very useful when you want to connect your ethernet at home or in the office
Cons: the description says mini VGA...so is it a VGA or mini-VGA
i like it, but it is very confusing. the specs say its a mini VGA but when i searched online to purchase an adapter, I realize its different. so its a REGULAR VGA just without the two screws on the side...it is not the apple mini-VGA. The specs needs to be more clear and less confusing.
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Reviewer: vcsjones (Washington, DC)
I've had this product forless than a month
10of12 people found this helpful
Pros: Does what it says
Cons: Bit big and clunky
Even though the specifications on the page indicate it only works with the P-500 series, it works just as well for the newer P-700. I was a bit disappointed as to how big it was. Since the whole point of getting a P is to get something compact and stylish, this really doesn't fit it that well. In fact the actual adapter is bigger than the charger block. My major reason for buying a P and this was I do a LOT of traveling doing PowerPoints. This devices works just fine with a few projectors I tried it on, including a pico projector. I read moshimoshi80's review, and I think Sony may have updated the wording, so for the unsure it IS just a plain VGA adapter. Nothing "mini" or cute. The gigabit port works just great. This is very handy for hotel rooms that don't have wireless and provide a wired connection.. another must have for the traveling man. It does a neat trick where it "connects" to your power adapter kinda like some Power Ranger kid's toy. It keeps but them together but at that point it's frankly too big. It'd sooner see it thinner, drop the attaching to the charger, give it a nice slick look so that it doesn't look like cheap plastic (it looks so out of place next to a Vaio P) and raise the price $10. It does affect your battery pretty noticeably. The reason being that the Ethernet port's electronics are actually in the Vaio itself, just disabled. When you connect the adapter, it re-enables the Network Adapter and starts chewing through the battery even if it isn't connected to anything. tl;dr: Have a charger/spare battery with you if you use this. It does have a solid build feel, so it can just be thrown in a bag with all your other stuff - I suppose an advantage to the bulky design.