Summary: This computer is fine for what I need it for, but it also has a lot of stuff on it that I don't use or ever will, it is far too complicated for me to bother with. Vaio care isn't easy to use, it says you have updates, click here, when I do, it says, no updates available!
Summary: I must admit I am a Vaio fan and this has its good points with a couple of not so good. Firstly it's fast and excellent for streaming video. Excellent HD screen! The sound is much better than my wifes earlier I3 model and I listen to music a lot on it.
Summary: I'm not a techno wizard, but I believe this Sony Vaio has an excellent spec. I love its looks, and as a touch typist I appreciate the keyboard being white not black and having separate keys. The one drawback is its sensitivity.
Summary: I purchased the Laptop to replace a 17 Inch Toshiba Satalite 6 months old unfortunately it was not suitable for travelling only as a desktop replacement due to airport hasle also very poor battery life.
Summary: The laptop parcle was quite heavy, the laptop looks just the same elegant way as the pictures. However, the CD ROM is set with region limitions which i did not see from the information provided by the seller or the manufacturer.
Summary: Pros: - Great looking laptop, far superior in appearance to anything in this price bracket - Reasonably lightweight, comfortable to hold and fantastic build quality that you'd expect from Sony - Perfect keyboard - beautifully spaced, making typing really easy. Inclusion of a numberpad is welcome.
Summary: There is no doubt that the latest Sony to carry the Vaio name is a good looking machine, but does it perform as smartly as it looks? Well for my money, yes it does. The i5 processor is a good one, and is pretty quick at doing most tasks, even with quite intensive graphics applications and watching...