Sony Vaio EB Series VPC-EB3L9E/BQ Reviews
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Description:Model ID VPCEB3L9E/BQ.CEK /
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Sony Vaio E Series VPC-EB1E9J/BJSurprisingly good for gaming ! (238 words)
by nevan01 - written on 16/09/10, updated on 21/09/10 (Useful, 83 readings)
Most of applications can run smoothly. Also, even the latest games titles like Dragon Age: Origins or Battlefied: Bad Company 2 can be played smoothly, thanks to the brisk Core i3 , one of the fastest processor for laptop. Initially, I have to get used with the island-style keys keyboard but after short time it works pretty well. The response from the keys feel a little soft and mushy at first, but I soon adjust. Separate numeric pad is a big plus. There are a few things to consider before buying this laptop : - Very weak battery life (often less than 2 hours) which is typical Sony Vaio s problem. - Display screen has only small viewing angles and low contrast. - ...
Sony Vaio E Series VPC-EA1Z1E/BA great option for gaming and entertainment on the go (269 words)
by JasonJ - written on 11/10/10, updated on 11/10/10 (Useful, 60 readings)
with dirt. Sony were quick to identify and send someone to fix this problem. It was probably my own fault although i have never had this problem with any other laptops in the past. The one negative is my battery is awful. I don t know if i got a faulty one but it literally lasts 20min max, when it was brand new it was lasting 1hr or so. Luckily even when traveling i never have to use battery power as trains,planes etc now have power sockets, BUT if i was for any reason forced to try to run on battery power, this laptop on the current battery would be literally useless to me. If you intent to use it on just battery i would suggest upgrading to the extended life battery ...
Sony Vaio E Series VPC-EA1Z1E/BIt's simply not an athlete of a machine (213 words)
by Banky1 - written on 09/10/10 (Useful, 56 readings)
for expansion are rather limited The overall performance from the AMD dual-core processor is without a doubt a little disappointing As stated earlier, if you are shopping for a notebook which can undertake much less strenuous tasks at the same time look stylish, it may be a good choice. Whilst there is certainly no doubting the elegance of the Sony Vaio E-series VPC-EE2E1E/WI and especially at its affordable price tag The Sony Vaio E-series hard drive is reasonably large at 320GB, and there s a built-in DVD writer as well as both SD Card and memory stick ...