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Posted by: dfh
« on: April 08, 2012, 23:46:20 »

' And if it then even runs under Windows, the competition truly becomes scarce. Then we'll put an outdoor suitable screen on top, which should make any contemplating about the price unnecessary.'

where did you people learn English?
Posted by: Michael REMY
« on: April 07, 2012, 18:37:33 »

i trust you when you said it is the state of the art ! cause , a couple of month ago, i bought the previous model (vaio VPC-SA3C with cpu core i7-2640m) and it was a very state of the art yet ! i didn't know a more compact and powerful 13' notebook like that at all !
Posted by: Shaun
« on: April 07, 2012, 10:50:17 »

Guys, when testing HDTune etc,have u got the power option set to HighPower? Have u configured a custom setting, meaning set the processor power to 100% Min & Max? Have u set the "Turn off Hard Disk after" setting to NEVER. Are u testing on plugged in power? And do u test with or without antivirus on? Do u always test on 64kb block size? And by the by, pls go and pay for HDTune version 5, it gives more accurate results. CPU usage etc. That disk cannot be that slow!
Posted by: Redaktion
« on: April 07, 2012, 07:50:12 »

Private business. It seems like Sony sticks to this brief motto even almost a year after the VPC-SB subnotebook range's debut. The innovations that are now found in the light 13.3" device are disclosed in our review.

http://www.notebookcheck.net/Review-Sony-Vaio-VPC-SB4X9EB-Notebook.72680.0.html


 
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