netbook pc Sony VAIO VPC-YB15KX/S review

The PCV-YB15KX / S comes with a good selection of ports and connectors, including 3 USB 2.0 ports, VGA and HDMI outputs, and headphone and microphone connections. A physical change along the front edge of the wrist allows you to turn the 802.11 Wi-Fi on and off. Also on the front is not one, but the card reader slots, an SD card and a Sony Memory Stick in a proprietary format. Above the Sony screen is a webcam eye movement, and stereo Bluetooth lets you connect wirelessly to Bluetooth devices such as wireless stereo headphones and sound systems.

Bloatware is pretty light on this netbook. It comes with trial versions of Microsoft Office 2010 and Norton Internet Security, but also includes Evernote and Skype.
The VPC-YB15KX / S also comes with 6-cell 54Wh battery. In our MobileMark 2007 test discharge of the battery, it lasted 7 hours and 53 minutes at full charge from fully drained. This time, exceeded all comparisons, except the HP Mini 5103, which lasted 8:40 with 6-cell 66Wh battery.

Its fast dual-core AMD E-350 processor, a 500GB hard disk, and the size is so compact and portable, yet big enough to write and a nice watch, Sony Vaio VPC-YB15KX / S is a strong indication of the new netbook on the market. Although the battery throughout the day and choosing less expensive Editors' HP Pavilion dm1z can swing some buyers, the Sony VAIO VGN-YB15KX / S is definitely worth considering.

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