Plus- Nice display, DVD; Minus- twitchy mousepad and wi-fi, Windows 8/8.1
William Krueger, Amazon
16 December 2013
Summary: For my next laptop (I am a business user) I wanted a larger high-quality display for showing demos to clients and a DVD drive, but was looking for less weight, and a backlit keyboard- and this unit has all those things. For me the i5 was more than enough power. The display is crisp, although it has a narrow vertical viewing angle- it washes out pretty quickly if too high or low, while horizontal doesn't seem to suffer as much.
Windows 8 IS NOT Totally Accessible for the handicapped
Justin Wigren, Amazon
10 September 2013
Summary: Windows and Microsoft are great companies. Don't get me wrong. They are just not 100% handicapped accessible. I use an onscreen keyboard to type. It is called WiVik. It has a word prediction and a feature called Macros. All you have to do is type jw and then <SPACE> and my full name will appear. Windows 8 DOES have an onscreen keyboard, but it is very BASIC. I also got an error message when I closed out of Internet Explorer. So much more went on.
Summary: Ich habe leider mehr erwartet. Nun zu den Details: Ausstattung TOP: FULL-HD Bildschirm, Touch, usw. alle meine Wünsche würden erfüllt, aber: Windows8: Habe erstmal 5 Stunden gebraucht um alle Updates durchzubekommen. Ständige Neustarts mindestens 3 abstürze während den Updates... Also Geduld mitbringen - Plug & Play ist leider nicht. Die Vaio Updates dauern ebenfalls ewig... Hochfahren aus heruntergefahrenem Modus ca. 1:30 min.... Das sollte schneller sein.