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PostSubject: Sony Vaio Vgn-sz270p Notebook Computer Article   Mon Nov 14, 2011 3:36 pm




Are you wanting power, good looks, and prestige? The Sony VAIO SZ laptop may be your answer. This thin and light machine comes packed with portable energy, a stylish design, and loads of features, while maintaining a light and thin profile. These attributes ought to certainly appeal to most business users who demand energy and portability inside a sexy package. The fastest model available uses Intel's Core Duo T2500, clocked at 2.0GHz with other models available in 1.86GHz. It is also equipped with 1GB DDR2 (supporting up to 2GB) RAM, up to a 120GB 5400RPM hard drive, and a beautiful 13.3-inch widescreen LCD with XBRITE technology.Add the optional docking station for additional connectivity including much more USB ports and DVI to convert it into a portable desktop replacement machine. Obviously, for a premium laptop computer, expect to pay a premium price. The lowest design sells for around $1800 and the more costly configurations can reach up to $2600.

Mobility is in demand, especially for many who travel frequently where every ounce matters. Classified as thin-and-light, the VAIO SZ excels in portability. Measuring 12.5-inches wide, 9.3-inches long and only .9-inches thick in front section and extending 1.3-inches thick towards the back, this slim notebook is made to slip very easily inside most laptop computer carry cases or backpacks. At three.72 pounds using the regular battery, the VAIO SZ (Premium) is intended to accompany you wherever you go, best suited for heavy travelers for example students and business professionals. Even the 4.1 pound regular SZ model won't break your back.



Like previous models, Sony assembled an aesthetically chic yet smooth modern business laptop computer. The two tone inverted color scheme keeps it smooth and refined, with black wrapping close to the carbon-fiber top lid and bottom chassis.

Previously, I haven't been as well fond of Sony's keyboard comfort level using the exception from the A series. Nevertheless, the keyboard high quality on the SZ has improved. The keyboard layout offers a spacious area for typing, with large-sized keys to prevent almost any cramping or even mistyping. I can type quickly, accurately, and quite comfortably. In fact, I'm typing this review on it right now. The keys aren't mushy or stiff by any means, but they don't provide the exact same type of 'soft' and 'quiet' comfort-level feel on the keyboard from the Apple MacBook Pro. Thanks towards the 3mm key degree depth, it offers adequate depression levels to ensure a much better typing experience. Audio generation is really a bit loud when typing. Overall, this keyboard is sufficient for my degree of typing, but doesn't match the high quality amount MacBook Pro or ThinkPads.

The SZ suffers from the exact same kind of fan issue - it is rather obvious and it never stops! The cooling fan on this machine operates based on processor load, and also the fan audio generated in the VAIO SZ is moderately loud and noticeable under most circumstances, and highly noticeable in a quiet environment. When the fan begins to spin, it in no way ceases. This is attributed to the type of fan/thermal solution utilized in this personal computer. Comparing the audio degree from the Apple MacBook Pro or a ThinkPad T42, this machine is noticeably louder.

At a frequency of 1.0GHz and undertaking tasks for example word processing, the fan noise is still noticeable but spins at a constant rate. During general Internet/email usage and word processing with the AC power plugged in, the fan begins to spin much more noticeably and creates a low-pitched whooshing sound as the air passes via the system's vents within the rear. When using the laptop for prolonged use or when the processor is set to run at full-speed, the fan operates faster, thus noise degree becomes substantially much more obvious. The good news is you can control the CPU fan, but to a certain & minimal extent in the VAIO Power Management application



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