This Sony VAIO all-in-one PC reminds me alot of Apple's iMac range. Of course it's nowhere near as sleek in it's design and looks a little odd with the speakers at the front across the whole width of the gigantic 20.1" 1680 x 1050 screen. Still it's quite contemporary and can easily slot into any modern household. This is described by Sony as a mid-range option in it's series of all-in-one PCs, but you wouldn't of guessed that by looking at it.
The massive 500GB hard drive is mega useful. You can pile software upon software, photos upon photos, hours of film and never worry if you have enough space left on your hard drive. I've had it for a few months now and everything has been transferred from my old PC, which I had to have an external hard drive for. I still have 454GB left to fill.
Possibly down to the massive hard drive, the computer is also super-quick. It takes about twenty-five seconds to turn the computer on and log in. The Windows 7 operating system also allows for multi-tasking. With most computers this would cause a frustrating slowing down and of the PC, but this one manages to hold onto its speed.
Setting up is also quick and easy with a simple help guide included. But you will feel as if you're missing parts because it is virtually clutter-free. Apart from the keyboard and mouse wires, there is virtually no mess - very useful when you have a shortage of plug sockets in your house
The only real negative I can think of is that lots of people have commented on the processor being inferior when comparing it to other recently released computer's, but I definitely haven't noticed any problems.