Notebook Computer Sony VAIO S Series VPC-SB1V9E review

Sony PCV-SB1V9E  is the latest ultraportable power, but it is unusual for Sony - itfalls in the series of business-minded VAIO S.

VAIO Z series is the giant Japanese Series ultraportable laptop usual, ridiculously sexy mini-producing machines that can handle any application. Of course, often, this combo of power and portability is quite a cost, usually well on the wrong side of a large.

But when the VPC-SB1V9E VAIO S series may be the look of the Samsung 9 series or MacBook Air, this is still a good laptop that does not skimp on performance. Even better, £ 899, asking price is too steep for an ultra-portable.
At first glance, the VAIO PCV-SB1V9E not much of a spectator. The cover is attractive enough with a black polished aluminum finish, but the inside looks a bit too plastic. However, it is available in black, white and silver, and is a solid effort throughout. There were no areas that fell under the pressure, and the cover is sturdy enough to withstand a few hits, unlike the VAIO VPC-Y21S1E/SI effort.

Weighing only 1.7 kg, you can take the S Series notebook all day, while the depth of 30 mm is comparable to a netbook. Fortunately, the chassis is wider than a netbook, so the style of the keyboard is properly sized isolation. Each button looks through individual holes, which means they are separated by a covered area. This makes it much easier to write.

If you're a late night playing with a spreadsheet, you must be very happy to hear that the keyboard is also backlit, which highlights the keys in the dark.

Sony VAIO WEB HELP usual shortcut buttons and stick a little keyboard VAIO PCV-SB1V9E. WEB is explicit, whereas ASSIST leads to possession VAIO Care application, which helps diagnose problems with your laptop and improve performance. VAIO acts as a hub for their support, which gives quick access to your photos, videos and music.

We also appreciate the assistance of the VAIO PCV-SB1V9E touchpad is surprisingly spacious, making it the most compact palm rest. Two standard mouse buttons, make a nice change from the bar single type.
Working on your laptop when you are away can be a huge pain, thanks to the prevalence of the bright display. Squinting at blurry images is never fun, so Sony has used an anti-reflective TFT screen for improved models of the VAIO S series, which eliminates glare.

13.3-inch, it's good seems to work for a long time. We were also impressed with the bright colors, because the images generally look a bit 'empty, without a glossy Super-TFT coating. 1366 x 768 resolution to keep things sharp, excellent contrast.

A real surprise was the presence of a DVD, a feature rarely seen in ultra-thin notebooks like the VAIO PCV-SB1V9E. Therefore, no lugging a USB stick to watch movies or install and run applications.

Since the Sony VAIO S Series notebooks business, Sony has included a tiny fingerprint reader, located between the mouse buttons. Is a measure of safety, especially if you have trouble remembering passwords.
We were also impressed with the VAIO PCV-SB1V9E the 500 GB hard drive, given the compact chassis. Many use technology ultra-portable solid state drive instead - people like the MacBook Air contains 128 GB of storage - so it's refreshing to have plenty of room to take our media with us.

Strong networks with Wi-Fi 802.11n support, along with Gigabit Ethernet. HDMI and VGA ports can be used to connect monitors or projectors, while one of the three USB ports are USB 3.0 for fast data transfer.
The main reason for this is to incorporate the latest Intel Sandy Bridge, especially dual-core processor Core i5-2410M runs at 2.3 GHz, and the VAIO VGN-SB1V9E. We have seen some incredible performance of these chip-powered go beyond the original Core i5 and i7 processors. 4 GB DDR3 SDRAM is also on board, we had hoped VAIO VGN-SB1V9E let us down.

Sony also includes a switch for speed / high resistance of the chassis, which can be used to prolong battery life by reducing some parameters of performance. If you want to sacrifice some graphics power to snatch an hour of battery life is a great option.

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