A fair product when you put money and delivery at same plate...
27 July 2013
Summary: I am user from Sony Vaio at least 5 years. Tested small and big sizes, but if you are a "road warrior" like myself, the 13"is the best option. The weight is perfect to carry on backpack or hand bag (without feel pain next week).
Summary: First, to give an idea of which laptops I'm used to, and first impressions of the Vaio ultrabook in comparison to these the Thinkpad series for company/work purpose(from the earlier models to quite recent ones, but not 'ultrabook' thinkpad like X1 carbon) Asus G74sx gaming laptop (personal/gaming...
Summary: PROS: - small (but not the smallest ultra-book) foot print - light (but not the lightest) - aluminum case - decent/OK ultra-book screen - large hard-drive CONS: - chic-let keyboard (poor design, hard to type fast, accurate) - keys pop-up on keyboard (& don't re-seat) - customer service starts-out...
Summary: I don't care for this computer AT ALL for the following reasons: Keyboard: it sucks. It just does. Since they keyboard is small and my hands are also small you would THINK typing is easy, but I have to press hard like a typewriter for the letters to work (usually more than once).
Summary: So far I really like this computer. I've had a Sony Vaio before so I am very familiar with the brand. It is a great size for traveling and for taking to a conference, meeting, or class. Battery life for me has been a little over 6 hours and it does start up really fast as advertised.
Summary: I bought this "refurbished" Sony Ultrabook for my son because his other computer-HP, ceased to work after three years. The noisy fan is constantly on. There are two USBs, one HDMi, and a slot for a SD card. No CD drive. It's about 3.5 lbs. The brightness of the screen needs to be adjusted.
Summary: Update: Sony has had my laptop now for about a month and I got an email that the parts to repair my laptop are back ordered... Hey Sony, keep the laptop and refund my money, I'll go buy the Samsung, Acer, Apple, Toshiba, Lenovo, etc...anything besides this thing.
Summary: The T-series VAIO ultrabook has some quality issues, to say the least, which is surprising given Sony's reputation and Vaio's premium brand. I could've bought a standard notebook at this price point with more functionality (e.g.
Summary: It is fine and upto the standard of my usage, however, the basic application MSoffice does not work as it was promised. The font size is not much adjustable on the screen, either too small or big.
Summary: Its look is good and jaunty. it is very light. The appearance of it is nearly perfect. However it doesn't work. It says operating system not found. If you intend to use it for decorative purposes and not actually use it as a pc, I would recommend it to you.