Sony VAIO E Series VPCEA2LGX
Released February, 2010
The Pros:Smooth curves and overall classy looking design. Keyboard is responsive and comfortable to work with for a few hours at a time. Processing power is excellent, can handle high-demand applications gracefully.
The Cons:Battery runs out fairly quickly.
The Sony VAIO E Series VPCEA2LGX is a Windows 7 laptop designed mainly for entertainment purposes. It’s outfitted with a fast Intel Core i3 CPU, DDR3/1066MHz RAM, and a 7200rpm SATA drive. More importantly, the device offers a multiple of connection options including stereo Bluetooth for wireless audio streaming from an Ipod, Gigabit Ethernet and Draft N wireless for a speedy at-home network, HDMI for transmitting to an HDTV, and Memory Stick Pro / MicroSD for expansion options.
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On the audio end the unit is limited to integrated Intel HD audio (expansion is possible), but graphics-wise it hosts a third-party Radeon HD card with a MOTION eye cam, microphone, and integrated face-tracking technology.
- Genuine Windows 7 Pro, 64-Bit
- Intel Core i3-350M (2.26GHz) ; 3MB Cache
- DDR3/1066MHz 4GB (8GB Max)
- Read/Write DVD Drive
- 320GB, 7200rpm SATA
- 14.4" (1366x768) LED Display
- ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5145 (512MB)
- MOTION EYE Camera and Microphone
- Face-Tracking Technology
- Intel HD Audio
- Standard Capacity Lithium-Ion Battery
- Full QWERTY Keyboard
- Electro-Static, Multi-Finer Touchpad
- 1-Year Limited Warranty
- Bluetooth 2.1+EDR (A2DP)
- 802.11BGN Wireless
- Gigabit Ethernet
- HDMI/VGA/USB Connectivity
- Memory Stick PRO Slot
- MicroSD Slot
User Reviews (1)
smooth curves and overall classy looking design
keyboard is responsive and comfortable to work with for a few hours at a time
processing power is excellent, can handle high-demand applications gracefully
very light weight construction, easy to carry around
runs cool and quiet almost all the time
good range of ports, connects to a wide variety of external devices
display looks very clear and sharp, easy to read
battery runs out fairly quickly
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