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Sony Vaio E Series

alaTest has collected and analyzed 7 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviews about the build quality and keyboard are generally positive. The value for money and design also get good feedback, but the portability and connectivity get less positive opinions.

screen, design, value for money, keyboard, build quality

battery, touchpad, connectivity, portability

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Laptops the Sony Vaio E Series is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 83/100 = Very good quality.

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Sony VAIO E Series

 

A head-turning design, good graphics performance, and smooth Blu-ray playback make this 15.5-inch notebook a strong choice for home use.

Attractive design with several color options ; Strong graphics performance ; Crisp Blu-ray playback ; Good webcam

Weak battery life ; Friction-heavy touchpad ; Tinny speakers ; Mediocre viewing angles

If you want a notebook with a conservative look that will fade into the wallpaper, don't buy the VAIO E Series. However, if you desire a colorful, exciting design that really turns heads, the VAIO E is for you. However, it's not made for road warriors....

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Sony VAIO E-Series

 

This bright sub-$1,000 notebook handled multitasking well, and its CPU was powerful, though it struggled with 3D gaming. Moderately demanding users with a hankering for color will like this model.

Solid, beautiful industrial design; comfortable keyboard; bright, colorful display

Short battery life; bulky

Despite its poor battery life and some lesser quibbles, we’re still pleased with the E-Series. Its PCMark Vantage score was better than its category average, and its industrial design was superb for the price. We found it a pleasure to use in everyday...

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Sony VAIO E Series review

 

Sony's latest gets the basics done, but lacks any lasting style

Decent 3D performance ; Good usability ; Good quality screen

Average battery life ; Average performance ; Basic connectivity

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Sony VAIO E Series (VPCEB36FG) notebook

 

The aqua colour of the Sony VAIO E Series (VPCEB36FG) may not be appealing to many people, but don't fret: it's also available in white, red, black and green. It's a 15.5in notebook that has many things going for it; it feels very well built, it has a...

Full HD screen, excellent keyboard, well built, ExpressCard/34 slot, good performance ;

Terrible touchpad, annoying preinstalled software, no Blu-ray drive ;

As the screen has a 1920x1080 resolution, high-definition movies will look great on it. However, standard-definition content will look a little too blotchy and pixelated — you'll have to sit a fair way back from the screen in order to mask some of...

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Stuff magazine

 

Sony's latest isn't the lightest laptop on the block, but it is packed full of features and topped with a 1080p screen

Worth it for the HD screen alone, but the rest of the laptop defies the price point, too

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Sony Vaio E Series

 

Good expandability ; Decent power for the price

Textured touch pad isn't nice to use ; Low screen quality ; Low battery life

Sony's E series are perfectly good budget laptops, with the only real detractors being the screen quality and battery life. But for the price, what you're getting is a good deal.

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Sony Vaio E Series

 

Sony's E series are perfectly good budget laptops, with the only real detractors being the screen quality and battery life. But for the price, what you're getting is a good deal.

Good expandability ; Decent power for the price

Textured touch pad isn't nice to use ; Low screen quality ; Low battery life

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