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Conclusion

I can’t but praise the engineers who managed to put such an economical, yet sufficiently high-performing configuration into the 272x205x34mm dimensions. The notebook is fast enough for running office applications, and its configuration won’t call for an upgrade in near future. There are few areas the Sony VAIO VGN-T2XRP/S wouldn’t succeed in, one of which is today’s 3D games, but otherwise this sub-notebook is head above other models. It can really make a good traveling companion, being very small and light. It will readily take in the contents of the flash card from your digital camera during your vacation. Its battery life time is so long that you don’t feel tethered to the wall socket. Besides office applications, this notebook with its widescreen display suits well for watching movies during your trips.

Highs:

  • Small and light
  • Long battery life
  • Original design and advanced enough configuration for so small dimensions
  • High-resolution widescreen display with good viewing angles
  • High saturation, brightness and contrast due to Sony X-BLACK LCD technology
  • Quiet operation

Lows:

  • Reflections on the screen
  • Doesn’t support Bluetooth
  • High price
  • No bag or pouch for transportation included
  • Discs with VAIO recovery aids are not included
  • Low performance in 3D games
 
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