Sony Vaio W Series VPC-W12S1E/P Reviews
Product Type: Sony Netbook
Description:Model ID VPCW12S1E/P.CEK /
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No doubt Sony is audacious, talk about their product pricing or targeting. If there was hint of doubt about the quality of their designers, the latest ultra slim, ultra thin size zero design of Sony Vaio X will make their competitors gaze in astonishment and undoubtedly clear that hint of doubt. The mere slimness of Sony Vaio X will make the rest in the pack look ungainly overweight. It s a netbook in true sense of it. It is the first notebook to wear Windows 7 operating system and add to that, though slightly, a higher spec processor and twice the RAM of its own contemporaries and leaves not only itself but other brands some length behind. It has been built with such ...
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by sara66 - written on 09/06/10 (Useful, 198 readings)
I ve had my Sony Vaio for about six months now, and I absolutely love it. At the beginning it seemed to load a bit slowly, especially the internet, but I believe that s probably due to the fact that I was so used to a faster laptop before that, that this can be a little bit annoying for perhaps the first couple of weeks, but then you get used to it. Other good points are that it is small and so can easily be carried around whether to work, or to lectures at uni. I also found that it is relatively quiet compared with the bigger laptop that I had before, and it also does not get very hot at the bottom, so its fine to place on your lap for lengthy periods of time. It s ...
Sony Vaio W Series VPC-W12S1E/TTasty Netbook (749 words)
by Sushifiend - written on 23/05/10, updated on 24/05/10 (Very useful, 783 readings)
my review here! I actually bought the brown version you see here, but the pink version is technically identical... I just bought one of these at the Sony Centre in Heathrow Airport s Terminal 5. I was considering an Asus EeePC, but this Sony is altogether more stylish, and better still it has a crisp and bright 1366x768 display. Most netbooks have a 1024x600 display, which gives them less screen real-estate than a regular laptop. This makes it harder to view web pages quite as easily. This Sony s display has the same resolution as many full-size laptops, so you would not find it too difficult to use as your only laptop if you are always on the move. The keyboard is ...