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Overall 8

Sony Vaio X Series Review

3 February 2010
  • Excerpt: After teasing us with the sleek but useless Vaio P , Sony went back to the drawing board for the launch of Windows 7 to design an impossibly thin and light notebook unhindered by the many, many flaws of its predecessor: the Vaio X.
  • Pros: Truly unprecedented size and weight, Sharp, high-resolution, LED-backlit screen, Acceptable desktop performance, Solid carbon-fiber chassis
  • Cons: Extreme price premium for netbook hardware, Dismal built-in speaker, Won't handle many movies and games
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Overall 8


13 November 2009
  • Conclusion: The Sony Vaio X is as much a step forward for technology as it is a step forward in geek-chic, frou-frou computing. Whether you have a bad back, are sick of frequent flying with large notebooks that have overkill computing power, or just want to have the sexiest hardware in the office, the Vaio X...
  • Pros: Surreally thin and light., The notebook offers standard notebook design and ergonomics made as thin and light as possible. The X looks and feels like no other notebook. Great display, extremely long battery life, pleasant though smallish keyboard, standard ports are on-board. Plenty of wireless i...
  • Cons: Graphics performance isn't exciting., Expensive, good for light to moderate work but no workhorse for desktop replacement tasks and gaming. No optical drive.
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Overall 8

Sony Vaio X series laptop

20 December 2009
  • Excerpt: Sony is renowned for its ultra-portable laptops, offering some of the tiniest, most feature-packed models on the market. The X-series is the latest addition, and is the lightest fully-fledged laptop we’ve seen to date.
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Overall 8

Sony Vaio X Series review

23 October 2009
  • Summary: The most desirable small laptop we’ve seen
  • Pros: Slim, light, sexy, great keyboard
  • Cons: Small trackpad, expensive
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Overall 8

Sony Vaio X im Test: Notebook mit Kohlefaser-Gehäuse

3 December 2009
  • Summary: Das Vaio X steht mit einem Bein im Lager der Netbooks und mit dem anderen auf Notebook-Territorium. Im Gegensatz zu den typischen Mini-Rechnern ist der winzige Sony allerdings alles andere als ein Schnäppchen.
  • Pros: unglaublich dünn und leicht, ausgezeichnete Laufzeit mit stärkerem Akku, schneller als die üblichen Netbooks, 128 GByte SSD-Speicher
  • Cons: teuer angesichts der Leistung, schwacher Standard-Akku
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