For an early Christmas present last year, my dad got me a Sony Vaio laptop. I had been needing one, since I would enter high school in a few months, and this turned out to be perfect for me.
The Vaio laptop's best quality is its resolution. It has a very high resolution, and wide screen, which just adds to the effect. The screen is about 15 inches wide, which is great for watching movies or editing videos. I can watch all of my research documentaries on there with no problem. Another great feature is its memory capacity, since it can store up to 250 GB of data. That will plenty for me, since it's been a year, and I've only used up about 10 GB.
But it does have a few disadvantages. First of all, its weight. Because of its wide screen, it is quite heavy, and can be a bother carrying around, so I just usually use it around my home. Another thing is its batter life, which to me, is relatively short. As time goes by, the battery life gets shorter and shorter, and now, it can probably go for only about 2 hours without the cord, on low quality.