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Sony VAIO VGN-C2ZR/B notebook reviewed

Posted on Saturday, August 11 2007 @ 19:01:46 CEST by

The guys from X-bit Labs have taken a look at Sony's VAIO VGN-C2ZR/B notebook:
There is a golden mean, however. I’m talking about notebooks the size of an A4 paper sheet, within 2 kilos of mass, with superb ergonomics and high enough performance. Having a screen diagonal of 13-14 inches, they provide a large enough display area while not becoming a burden on long trips.

The Sony VAIO VGN-C2ZR/B represents such a reasonable compromise between optimal size/weight parameters and high performance delivered by the refresh Napa platform with a 1.66GHz Intel Core 2 Duo T5500 processor and an Nvidia GeForce Go 7400 discrete graphics core. The notebook is equipped with all the widespread wireless interfaces, thus being doubly mobile. It comes in strikingly different colors, from black (the version we tested) to green, blue and pink, targeting different user audiences.
Check it out over here. Overall they liked this notebook. The only problems are its high price and short battery life.



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