The beautiful LCD screen of the Sony Vaio has remarkable beauty that everyone loves. The 15.4" widescreen looks amazing. Faster than the speed of light, the internet browsing makes the eye dazzle with disbelief. These exhibit brief features provided with the Sony Vaio series.
Let's start with the crisp resolution of the LCD widescreen. The 15.4'' screen gives off the brightness you would want in a computer. One may ask what's the difference between a small television screen and the Sony Vaio LCD screen? I would have to say the Sony Vaio has a HD look to it a "wannabe" television would thrive for. Watching videos and movies on the screen looks like you're in the movie itself. The Sony Vaio's LCD 15.4'' widescreen is a feature most buyers would crave for while searching for a laptop.
As provided in the title, "Got Work?" is the perfect description for such a great laptop. As a marine biologist, owning this laptop get all my research and work done on the road, at home, or even at work. Window's 7 is a great feature that provides excellence with the Sony Vaio, for zero dollars. Window's 7 could be priced over $100, but this spectacular feature comes with the Sony Vaio. Sony Vaio provides a 60-day free trial for Microsoft Word, Powerpoint, and the other great work features provided by Microsoft. The Sony Vaio presents a simple and easy way to get work done.
For me, I love organization, which the Sony Vaio exploits. All of your files are found with ease. The Sony Vaio did an excellent job organizing your files for work, school, and everything else. This is one petite feature I have a keen eye on for laptop shopping.
Finally, a con is the battery life. Without the charger, the memory goes for about 1 hour and 20 minutes. The longest the Sony Vaio can go is about 2 hours, but that is only if the brightness is at the lowest setting, and the battery has to be set to "Power Saver". This doesn't affect me to much, because all you have to do is keep the charger in.
For the game developers and the game players, this computer is so-so. The memory of the Sony Vaio pretty decent, around 6 GB. There are definantly better computers for gaming, so I'm just putting that out there.
Overall, the Sony Vaio laptop is an excellent computer for anyone, excluding game developers. Maybe a bit overpriced, the Sony Vaio is still amazing.