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Sony Vaio X, 'world's lightest laptop'

Sony Vaio X, 'world's lightest laptop'

Sony revealed its Vaio X, what it calls the "world's lightest laptop," tipping the scales at just 1.5 lbs. It's an 11.1-inch, half-inch thick laptop that lasts up to 17 hours using a pair of batteries.

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4 comments
sreyanka
sreyanka

Really cormfortable keyboard, touchpad very functional. The size is perfect and feels the weight just taking into account the characteristics of desktop replacement and capacity. It has a very powerful processor and decent video. The only exception is on the screen. Although the 1920P resolution is great, the blacks seem to wash quickly when the screen is not perfectly perpendicular. However, I would recommend this PC. http://www.thesonyworld.com

stvroy22
stvroy22

I feel like I'll break that thing just looking at it wrong.

lmullenix
lmullenix

Very interesting little netbook. However, you left out a couple of Very important items. What OS is installed, and what other OS's will run on it??? I would be most intrigued if it were running Windows XP Pro or Windows 7, and it were possible to dual-boot with a version of Linux, depending on cost, of course.

atarentus
atarentus

Solid state drive ... cost $1.3k