Sony VAIO EA Notebook
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  • Sony VAIO EA was created for those who are interested in multimedia experience and want to bring the whole experience with them
  • Building quality I don't think that is worth mentioning because it is flawless like every other Sony VAIO
  • The displays with glare filter or the glossy displays have invaded the market due to their low cost, and Sony could not fight the current

    • by Bob S.
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      Sony VAIO EA was created for those who are interested in multimedia experience and want to bring the whole experience with them. When I tested this little multimedia machine I was attracted especially by its blue color. The VAIO EA is one of the most accessible in terms of price, despite the fact that Sony’s notebooks are positioned above the market. If you only look at the images of VAIO EA it is very possible not to distinguish it from the VAIO EB, I would have liked that VAIO EA to be more different from

      the VAIO EB.

      Building quality I don’t think that is worth mentioning because it is flawless like every other Sony VAIO. The connector layout is identical to that of VAIO EB. Here is a fact that kind of annoyed me, the USB connectors are pretty close to each other, and often can not be used concurrently.

      The touchpad has a very good sensitivity and high resolution, and its buttons are silent. The displays with glare filter or the glossy displays have invaded the market due to their low cost, and Sony could not fight the

      current. It is appreciated however that they used a resolution intermediate between 1366×768 and 1920×1080 the currently known: 1600×900.

      It is true that this resolution could be considered a little large for a diagonal of a 14″ screen, but no other two would have been appropriate. The angles of vision are above average, and the picture quality is up to Sony standards. The configuration that I have received for testing is slightly more modest than his bigger brother the 15.

      5 inch. The processor and video card are weaker, but still have some performance in the ...


      • Sony VAIO EA Notebook
      current generation of portables. For comparison, the processor has a performance similar to an older Core 2 Duo P8600.

      The video card is perfectly able to run the current games. Regarding the autonomy the battery capacity is relatively reduced and I can say that I had too high expectations from this test model. In an office environment, with screen brightness at 50%, with wireless cards used for Internet browsing and a pair of headphones, the battery is consumed in two hours.

      During this time I edited some documents, viewed some web pages and listened to

      music almost continuously all of these using the Power Saver profile. For media test I played a 720p file with the backlight at 65% and using the Balanced profile. Autonomy was an hour and 30 minutes, while the wireless network card was disabled and I used a pair of headphones for listening.

      Given the battery specifications, Sony VAIO performed very well in the autonomy test. For a user who needs multimedia performance, the Sony VAIO can be a very good choice. You get above average performance, a video card capable of running games and a screen with more than 768 horizontal lines will be appreciated.




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