Reviews and Problems with Sony VAIO L Series (VPC-Lxx)
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Failed Video and Failed Service
29 March 2011
Summary: Here is an update to this review which led to an upgraded review of the machine: My machine was repaired by a technician sent by SONY. He was extremely competent and replaced the motherboard. The machine now works well and I am enjoying using it. Given the lack of a backup screen, I am pursuing backup for data and other techniques that would allow access in case something happens in the future. This is a vulnerable design.
Summary: I bought this great computer which was advertised as having a 320 Gig Hard Drive. After setting it up,I saw available space as 287 Gig. However the computer is excellent for speed and versatility I recommend it.
Summary: We bought this all-in-one from Costco and were very thrilled using it until we went on vacation and forgot the windows password. Sony recommended we restore the PC to factory settings. After that it was all downhill, first the BD-ROM stopped working, spent 6 hrs with Sony tech support. Applied all Vaio/Windows updates but it still did not work.
Excerpt: Had this for about 3 years now, still very powerful and a contender for most machines being released at the moment, and that's the thing when you buy good quality, okay you're splashing out a lot, but it lasts. Spend £300 on an i3 processor it'll be outdated in a few months by a phone. Looks >>>> When this first came out, this computer was the first of its breed, with the sleek, no massive base unit.
Summary: Cosa vuo dire All-in-One ? In pratica è un pc desktop che riduce di granlunga la sua ingombranza. Come fa? Eliminando il "pezzo sotto" o meglio il case. In pratica, dovremmo sistemare solo schermo il mouse e la tastiera, poichè tutte le componenti del pc sono all'interno del monitor! Esteticamente è veramente carinissimo e sicuramente sarà come aver un portatile leggermente più grande, tra l'altro ovviamente ci sono varie "taglie" di schermo.