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Review Sony Vaio VPC-SE2M9E/B Notebook
« on: May 14, 2012, 04:00:28 »
Black Beauty. Sony's Vaio S range currently encompasses over 24 models. In this review, we have the balanced Vaio VPC-SE2M9E model under the microscope. The 15.5-inch unit definitely delivers in looks, but what about performance?


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Re: Review Sony Vaio VPC-SE2M9E/B Notebook
« Reply #1 on: May 18, 2012, 12:54:15 »
>> The colors look quite natural and do not have an overlying color.

This is not true. The screen has inability to produce RED colour at all and everything looks ORANGEeee! Just go to BBC or CNN web site to test new ORANGE tint of everything. Plain annoying you can see you would not buy it for £50 if you test _any_ picture - ideally beautiful ferrari red to make you laugh.

What a failure for otherwise excellent piece of laptop, uses same "orange retarded" screen as ENVY 15 inch - just matt. Put in VPCF series quality screen and we talk.


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Re: Review Sony Vaio VPC-SE2M9E/B Notebook
« Reply #2 on: June 02, 2012, 23:08:01 »
I think a specific design error should have been pointed out in the review, that is part of the cause for the noisy cooling system:  When you open the display lid to use the computer, the bottom of the lid folds down behind the unit, directly blocking the fan exhaust.  This obviously hampers the cooling system to some degree and alters the fan sound for the worse.


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