Published on July 30th, 2011 | by Ramon Trotman


Sony VAIO Z review

Sony VAIO Z review

engadget has posted a very detailed review of the VAIO Z.

There’s no question that this year’s Z, like all three that came before it, is a striking, formiddable sliver of machinery. Equally indisputable: $2,749 is a lot to spend on a laptop, particularly at a time when other ultrportables such as the Samsung Series 9 and MacBook Air are getting skinnier and more capable. Whether or not the Z is worth that chunk of change ultimately depends on how you define "best." If it means superior specs and benchmark scores, then we’re going to have a hard time selling you on something else. Thanks to the Power Media Dock, the Z bests all of its competitors that top out at integrated graphics, offer fewer ports, and are missing an optical drive. There are no two ways about it: the Z is simply a more powerful laptop.

make the jump for the entire review.


source engadget

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