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8.2 out of 10

Sony SVE1511

3rd gen Intel® Core™ i5-3210M (2.50 / 3.10GHz) Windows® 7 Home P Read more

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Reviews and Problems with Sony SVE1511

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Overall 6

Expert Review

27 September 2012
  • Excerpt: Like Toshiba's middling effort, the Sony Vaio E-Series SVE1511C5E also failed to wow us in our Iceland group test. The Intel 2.3GHz Pentium B970 processor, 4GB RAM and 500GB HDD are middle of the road to say the list, and though the keyboard felt fluid enough, the 4 hours 21 minutes battery life away from the mains just isn't enough.
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Overall 8
Performance 9
Battery performance 8
Display 7
Weight 8
Noise 9
Gaming performance 8
Connectivity 7
Keyboard 8
Temperature 8

Review Sony Vaio SV-E1511V1EW Notebook

13 September 2012
  • Summary: Multimedia all-rounder. For a price of 700 Euros (~$895) Sony offers a multimedia notebook including an AMD Radeon HD 7650M GPU and an Intel Core i5 processor. Our review will reveal if the device is any good.
  • Pros: Nice Casing, Good application performance, Quite during daily routine, Free guaranty extension of 12 months available (Registration necessary), Big memory capacity, The notebook can be configured individually in the Sony online shop.
  • Cons: Poor battery life, The keyboard is loose, Low-contrast display, Only 12 month standard guaranty, Integrated GPU not used, Maximum of 8 GB RAM, Better battery life. That should have been possible.
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Expert Review

22 August 2012
  • Conclusion: All in all, Sony Vaio SVE1511AEN is surely a good attempt to enter the competition of multitask performer laptop except few cons and loopholes.
  • Pros: Wide screen, and superb multimedia features work in great favor.
  • Cons: The unimpressive battery life along with heavy weight pulls it back to certain extent.
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Test Sony Vaio SV-E1511V1EW Notebook

4 September 2012
  • Conclusion: Das Sony Vaio SV-E1511V1EW bietet durchaus Anlaß zur Kritik. Da wären der Verzicht auf die Nutzung der integrierten GPU, die schlechten Akkulaufzeiten, die klappernde Tastatur und auch das durchschnittliche Display zu nennen. Wer mit den kritisierten Punkten leben kann, bekommt ein Multimedia-Notebook für den Heimgebrauch, das alle alltäglichen Anwendungsszenarien zufriedenstellend erledigt. Im beruflichen Umfeld hingegen hat das Notebook nichts zu suchen.
  • Pros: Schönes Gehäuse, Gute Anwendungsleistung, Während des Alltagsbetriebs leise, Kostenlose Garantieerweiterung um 12 Monate verfügbar (Registrierung notwendig), Viel Speicherplatz
  • Cons: Schlechte Akkulaufzeit, Die Tastatur sitzt nicht fest, Ein kontrastarmes Display, Nur 12 Monate Standardgarantie, Die integrierte GPU wird nicht benutzt, Maximal 8 GB Arbeitsspeicher
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Overall 7

Test Sony VAIO SV-E1511Z1EB - K.O. durch Displayschwäche

14 August 2012
Overall 6

Test Sony VAIO SV-E1511X1EB - Neues Design, alte Mängel

13 June 2012