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Notebook Pc Sony VAIO E Series VPCEH17FG

The 15.6IN, 2.4 kg VPCEH17FG Sony VAIO E Series has a name that is hard to remember the best moments, but the laptop is far from easy to forget. It has a diamond-shaped, matte finish with a 3D texture that feels soft hand and very smooth. It also looks very elegant and makes a nice change from most flat surfaces, polished finishes we've seen recently.

Good-looking, and feel that is presented to the E-Series does not start and end the line, ie: screen 1366x768 is one of the best in its class, and chiclet keyboard is solid, is regulation of the numeric keypad, and is an absolute pleasure to type. But back to the screen. It has a glossy surface, which is not as bright as other notebooks we've seen the glossy screens, reflections, and did not bother us too much, when we used it in an office environment. In addition, color reproduction and horizontal viewing angles are much better than what we have seen the price of other laptops or less than $ 799. As with most laptop screens, however, its vertical viewing angle is far from great.
It may be a small change that we would do with the design of this laptop to improve your viewing pleasure, and it would move the touchpad a little more to the right to give more space for the left hand rest - we felt a little too small for both. The touchpad itself is 76x47mm and has tiny bumps, giving it a texture a little tricky. The bumps seem to be slightly lower than those we saw on the series E VPCEB36FG late last year and we did not experience nearly as many problems with responsiveness.

Within the series and has an Intel Core i3-2330M CPU and 4GB of DDR3 SDRAM, graphics, and manages the CPU (Intel HD 3000). The weak link in the assembly is a hard drive, which is only 320 GB in size and with a rotation speed of 5400rpm. Although this is an entry-level notebook, a larger hard disk capacity may be useful. This is disappointing, considering that other low-cost models, such as the Dell Inspiron 15R N5110 will be a 500GB hard drive.

Our tests, the E series yielded the expected results. It recognizes our Blender 3D test 55 sec, 1min 6sec our iTunes MP3 encoding test, and 1hr 9min our AutoGordianKnot Xvid DVD-to-test conversion. We have not tested any other laptop with a 2.2GHz Core i3-2330M CPU yet, but comparing it with the 15R Dell, which has been tested to 2.1 GHz Core i3-2310 m, the scale of Sony profits well. However, Sony difficult transfer rate was a disappointing record 25.85 megabytes per second (Mbps) - Dell 29.85MBps recorded in this test. In 3DMark06, it scored 3314, so do not expect anything good this notebook is running the latest games.

In terms of connectivity and other features, the Sony VAIO E Series offers a basic four USB 2.0 ports, HDMI, VGA, Gigabit Ethernet, DVD burner, webcam and SD card MS Pro DUO memory slots, headphone ports separated and a microphone, Bluetooth and 802.11n Wi-Fi (Atheros AR9285). No USB 3.0 port and Wi-Fi module is not large - only connect to our 802.11n network of 54 megabits per second.

Sony would be delighted if you use a better class of wireless network card in this model due to its price level, and USB 3.0 would be a good addition, too. If you want USB 3.0 on a Sony laptop Consumer Products, you should choose the C Series, S Series F and Series. Given manufacturers such as Dell already offers USB 3.0 for consumer notebooks, the E series is a bit weird.

But that's not all on USB 3.0 and many of you probably will not worry about this function. E-series is certainly an enjoyable book and what you pay is a very good user experience. The screen is above average, the keyboard is very comfortable and the touchpad is not bad either.

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