Sony VAIO X

Sony’s much maligned VAIO notebooks, by virtue of its insane, elite-hugging prices, seem to find the need to innovate in design and aesthetics. Indeed, it easily matches Apple’s more minimalist and clean look, and to the chagrin of the masses, including the price.

Even with such disdain from the tech-drooling public, Sony continues to deliver with the freshly released Sony VAIO X. The svelte gadget dominates the ultraportable market with its impressive weight of 1.5 lbs as well as a crisp 1366 x 768 display, 11.1 inch screen, and a world-record-setting batt life of up to 14 hours! Under the hood you’ll find a decent 2GHZ Intel Atom Z550 processor, a disappointing GMA 500 graphics, but, breath, an acceptable 64GB to 128GB SSD. And yes, you get Windows 7 Home Premium pre-installed.

It is a VAIO, so what’s the catch? This technological marvel comes at a harrowing $1,300. Ouch.

2 comments:

Ralph Mendoza said...

Holy shit 14 hours! My thinkpad can only live for 1.5

Anonymous said...

Thinkpads can kiss my...