Configuration and Accessories
The accessories to this notebook are not numerous. You receive a small universal power adapter (100-240V, 50-60Hz AC input and 16V DC output with a maximum load of 4 amperes) and a small, yet high-capacity battery (7.4V x 7200mAh).
The VAIO VGN-T150 is equipped with an Intel Pentium M ULV 753 processor. Coupled with the high-capacity battery, it results in a long time of autonomous operation. The performance is comparable with that of other notebooks on the Pentium M ULV.
As you see, the VAIO VGN-T150 doesn’t set any performance records. Its results are among the lowest in the overall standings. Of course, it suits fine for office applications, but image-editing may be troublesome. The battery life is, on the contrary, excellent, both under full load and in the reader’s mode. The fully charged default battery should last through your entire workday.
Watching DVDs on this notebook is allowed, its widescreen display and the additional media player controls only adding more comfort.
So, the VAIO VGN-T150 is a very appealing computer. It features one of the best LCD screens among the reviewed models, a very convenient keyboard with full-size keys, and a well-designed touchpad. The notebook is very light while the rough surface of its case makes it less likely to slip out of your fingers. The price may seem somewhat too high, but this is just another confirmation of the fact that you have to pay not only for the configuration, but also for the ergonomic properties and the brand when you buy a notebook of this class.