Sony Vaio NS30E/P Reviews
Product Type: Sony laptops
Description:Model ID VGNNS30E/P.CEK / Sony VAIO VGN-NS30E/P - P T4200 / 2 GHz - RAM 3 GB - HDD 250 GB - DVD±RW (±R DL) / DVD-RAM - GMA 4500M Dynamic Video Memory Technology 5.0 - Gigabit Ethernet - WLAN : 802.11b/g/n (draft) - Vista Home Premium - 15.4" Widescreen TFT 1280 x 800 ( WXGA ) X-black ... more
Sony Vaio NS30E/P ... - camera / With a slim 15.4" form factor, the VAIO NS notebook is easy to handle and great for on-the-go computing. Rounded corners and beveled edges make for easy insertion and removal from carrying cases and handbags.
Newest Review: ... it says the battery life lasts 4 hours, but I think this is more like 2-3 hours of general use. However this to me is still a ... more
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Customer Sony Vaio NS30E/P Reviews (5)
by - written on 08/03/11 (Useful, 23 readings)
I've had this laptop for nearly a year and a half now, and I think it's great. Its light weight, easily fits into a rucksack, and has a great battery life. It's also highly resilient, to whatever I seem to do with it. It has been dropped, had a number of liquids spilt on it and still works efficiently. In the specification it says the battery life lasts 4 hours, but I think this is more like 2-3 hours of general use. However this to me is still a pretty good battery life. It seems to have a good amount of memory, as I've never had to clean it out due to it being full. There's a built in web cam that is pretty decent, though I've only used it a few times. The built ... Read the complete review
by georgia - written on 19/12/09
Sony Vaio Ns30e Battery life 2.5/3 hours Not that Heavy,Very clear screen.No Problems & a reasonable price.Especially the 250gb Hard drive & 3gb ram.I'd Definitely recommend this laptop.
by Damian - written on 19/11/09
I bought a sony vaio vgn ns30e from Comet, Guildford, mid oct 2009, & almost immediately, the touchpad starting playing up. Halfway through a sentence, you look up to find the cursor has moved to another part of the page & you are tying in the wrong place, middle of another paragraph etc. Bloody infuriating & googling the issue, it seems common going back to 2007. I hate the machine now, 3 weeks old & wish I had my ibm thinkpad back. Its as hard to write an email as doing it on a small phone. Not as it should be. Do not want.PS, before someone tells me its because my thumbs hover over the pad, it isn't.I'm highly dexterous, have had 5 laptops in 10 years & even use the finger toggle on an ibm with great effeciancy. Its not me doing it, its just not reliable
by - written on 19/10/09 (Useful, 52 readings)
I have had my sony vaio for half a year now and never experienced any problems with it. It is the fastest running laptop i have ever had. As a university student i use the sony vaio every day and really put it through the works storing a lot of work on it and down loading even more files from the internet. It has no problems carrying out these functions. Its battery life is longer than most laptops and doesnt take long to charge. For people who like to just chill on their laptop and take a break from work there are many fun games on it to mess about with. When you first buy the laptop it is so easy to set up and link to the internet etc. It is well worth the money and i . Read the complete review
by - written on 15/09/09 (Very useful, 221 readings)
After purchasing my first Sony Vaio in 2003, it took me through university (many late nights of essay writing, playing games) and through to the world of work. When this great laptop finally lost its life 3 months ago (due to me spilling the 100th glass of wine on it!) it was time to purchase a new one. After having such a reliable time of 6 years with the last Sony Vaio I thought this is the only type to buy again. I purchased Sony VAIO NS30E Pink Laptop . I bought this online and it arrived within 7 days very prompt. Part of my job involves me travelling to London and this laptop is light enough and portable enough to carry in my handbag and work with on the train. ... Read the complete review
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