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Test Sony Vaio VGN-SR41M/S Notebook

13.3 Inches of Elegance.

Sony fully pits on Intel's Centrino-2 platform in the Vaio VGN-SR41M/S. It is pretty well-equipped not only for standard applications, but also for light work in the area of multimedia with an Intel Core 2 Duo T6400, an ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4570 graphics card, and 4GB of system memory. The following review tells you how the tested pre-serial model meets our requirements.

Sony Vaio VGN-SR41M/S

Sony fully pits on the Intel Centrino-2 platform for the Vaio VGN-SR series. Apart from some pre-configured models, there are also some configurable models in this series - but only the SR45X is currently listed as a configurable model in Germany. Altogether, the models of the SR-series with their compact size of 13.3", relatively light weight, and docking port have been designed for the ultra-mobile segment.

Please note that the tested model is a pre-serial model, deviations from the retail model are thus possible.

Case

A silver display lid with a shiny, chrome-colored Vaio-logo-inlay and a black base unit - that is how the VGN-SR41M/S presents itself on the outside. Silver as the primary choice of colors is consequently continued after opening it, apart from the black keys. The sides also present themselves in black as part of the base unit. The matt surfaces feel pleasant (corresponding to the choice of material) by and large, despite the massive use of plastic components.

In principle, there is nothing wrong with the base unit's stability and torsional stiffness. But a weak spot in the area of the optical drive does not remain hidden on this device either. The right palm rest and the area below the drive yields under pressure, and a creaking can occasionally be heard.
The base unit's slight wedge profile stands out in a good way, the keys are thus slightly slanted forward, which contributes to an ergonomic hand posture.
Both the display's frame, as well as the lid, presented themselves as less resistant to pressure, and with less torsional stiffness. The frame is especially slightly yielding to pressure and also causes image distortions on the switched on display.

The cylindric hinges elegantly integrate themselves into the overall picture of the Sony Vaio VGN-SR41M/S. The operating status is visualized on the left through round LEDs, while the power supply is directly across from it, on the right. The notebook can albeit only be opened to a maximum of 135° due to the opening mechanism's design.
Apart from that, the hinges have a walk-over with the relatively small display. Any desired position is safely supported, and there is hardly any possible luffing after adjusting the opening angle.

They apparently passed on a transport lock in favor of the design. Thus, one should guard against (sharp) items that could end up in the clearance between display and keyboard during transport - all the more as the closed notebook somewhat opens itself when held top-down at the base unit. 

Connectivity

One can call the connectivity a bit scanty by all means with only two USB-2.0 ports. Both are located on the far side of the right lateral edge. Behind them, the RJ-11 (modem) and RJ-45 (LAN) ports have been hidden behind a plastic cover. The optical drive is on the near end of the right side. Altogether, a feasible arrangement of ports for righthanders emerges.

Left-handers might really struggle with the Vaio VGN-SR41M/S, depending on the occupation of the ports along the left side. VGA- and HDMI-ports are located rather in the middle or towards the front. A FireWire-port (IEEE 1394), called i.Link by Sony, an ExpressCard/54 bay, and a Kensington Lock are available on the near end of the left side. Jacks for headphones and microphones are offered in the rear area, behind the vent's opening. An SD-card reader (SD, SDHC, MMC) and a MemoryStick-slot (supporting MemorySticks of the standard and Duo-format) have been placed along the front edge. The rear side has to remain free from ports due to the opening mechanism and the battery's location. A docking port is fortunately found on the bottom side, this means that the notebook can be integrated into (and removed from) an existing working environment without the bothersome connection and disconnection of cables. The docking station (model no. VGPPRSR1.CE), which is available for the lush sum of 199 Euros, extends the ports' range by 3 USB-2.0 ports, VGA, DVI-D, and a Gigabit ethernet connection.      

Front side: WiFi-switch, Memory-Stick-reader, card reader
Front side: WiFi-switch, Memory-Stick-reader, card reader
Right side: optical drive, 2x USB-2.0, LAN, modem
Right side: optical drive, 2x USB-2.0, LAN, modem
Rear side: battery
Rear side: battery
Left side: microphone, headphones, fan, VGA, HDMI, FireWire, ExpressCard/54, Kensington Lock
Left side: microphone, headphones, fan, VGA, HDMI, FireWire, ExpressCard/54, Kensington Lock

Apart from the Marvell Yukon 88E8040 PCI-E (10/100MBit) ethernet adapter included per default, which provides fast wired transfer with a corresponding infrastructure, there is also an Intel Wireless WiFi Link 5100 AGN for speedy wireless communication with draft-n support featured in the test model. Bluetooth can also be used for wireless communication with other devices.

While no UMTS module is offered, one can in turn also establish an internet connection via the integrated modem - an option that is possibly still available in areas with poor communications infrastructure.
One better upgrades to wireless broadband internet via ExpressCard/54 if needed, since the USB-modems of most manufacturers would occupy both USB-2.0 ports.  

Together with the integrated MotionEye CCD webcam, one is thus pretty well-equipped for mobile internet -telephony.

As far as the operating system is concerned, Vista Home Premium 32-bit is pre-installed. A downgrade to Windows XP is possible according to the manufacturer, corresponding drivers are made available for download on their website when supplying the serial number (unverified). Despite the 4 Gigabyte of physical system memory, altogether only about 3 Gigabyte are available for applications with the pre-installed 32-bit Windows Vista operating system, since a portion is reserved for the operating system itself, and for installed devices (Memory Mapped IO).
Unfortunately, no recovery DVD is included in the cardbord box, so the user has to rely on an intact recovery partition in order to be able to reset the system to factory settings in the worst case. One best first creates recovery volumes through the pre-installed Sony Recovery Assistant, otherwise one is out of luck if the system does not boot at all anymore, or if the recovery partition is destroyed in the course of a hard disk crash...

Sony offers 24 months of guarantee ex factory for the Sony Vaio VGN-SR41M/S in Europe, except for the United Kingdom and Ireland. The period of standard guarantee only amounts to 12 months there. Extensions of guarantee are not yet available, but are supposed to cost 99 Euros for an extra year respectively 179 Euros for two extra years.

Input Devices

Keyboard

The VGN-SR41M/S' single-key keyboard practically makes use of the whole available width of the notebook. Fortunately, it shows a standard layout with a two-line enter-key. The somewhat shortened (15 millimeters side-length) alpha-numeric keys convey a pleasant feeling while typing, with a relatively long stroke and a distinct feedback. The keys' unobtrusive clicking sound could also appeal to us by all means. 

Touch pad

The somewhat subajacent touch pad comes off pleasingly large with a width of 82 millimeters and a height of 49 millimeters. Its sliding properties are excellent, precise control of the mouse pointer is thus possible without problems. The according buttons remained without any conspicuities in the test, they respond flawlessly across their whole surface, and do not work too noisily either - although not supersilent either.

Additional keys

The Sony Vaio VGN-SR41M/S offers some additional keys above the keyboard, apart from the wireless-switch located on the front edge. The mode-key enables switching between different modes of operation, the setting-key opens the VAIO-Mode-Switch-window for changing the keys' allocation, and for changing the background assigned to a mode of operation. The five quick start keys in between are thus all configurable by the user.

Keyboard
Keyboard
Touch pad
Touch pad

Display

The  13.3" X-Black LC-display with LED background-lighting used in our test model showed a very good maximum brightness of 247 cd/m² in the brightness test, measured in the center area of the display. We can record 234 cd/m² on average. The illumination also reaches a good value of 86% due to the only slight decrease of brightness towards the edges.

217
cd/m²
242
cd/m²
213
cd/m²
240
cd/m²
247
cd/m²
227
cd/m²
243
cd/m²
246
cd/m²
234
cd/m²
Distribution of brightness
Information
Maximum: 247 cd/m²
Average: 234.3 cd/m²
Brightness Distribution: 86 %
Black: 0.54 cd/m²
Contrast: 457:1

A low black level (meaning the brightness of black, measured at maximum display brightness in the center part) of 0.54 cd/m², and the high maximum brightness result in an excellent contrast ratio of 457:1. The colors seem vibrant subjectively as well.

reflecting display at disadvantageous lighting conditions, as e.g. outdoors
Sony Vaio VGN-SR41M/S outdoors

Using this notebook outdoors is still somewhat imagineable due to the high brightness, but the reflecting display surface is not ideal for outdoor-usage nevertheless. Reflections occur especially under direct sunlight, in combination with dark backgrounds on the display, or with disadvantageous viewing angles, and make working more tedious than necessary. Reflecting displays are not really recommendable as permanent working places either.

The stability of the viewing angle comes off rather limited in the vertical field of vision, as common on many notebook displays. Even small deviations from the ideal, perpendicular angle of viewing result in noticeable changes of the image. The display comes off much more tolerant in the horizontal area and permits angular angles of viewing as well. However, increased unwanted reflections then occur here as well.

Viewing Angles Sony Vaio VGN-SR41M/S
Viewing Angles Sony Vaio VGN-SR41M/S

Performance

Our SR41M/S,  based on the Centrino-2 platform, was equipped with a Core 2 Duo processor of the Penryn generation (a CPU manufactured in 45nm process). It is a Core 2 Duo T6400, to be more specific, with 800MHz frontside bus, 2048MB L2-Cache, a clock rate of 2000MHz, and a TDP (Thermal Design Power) of 35 watt.

Since most benchmarks by Futuremark caused problems on this pre-serial device and did not deliver results, we cannot give a PCMark05 (among others) result for assessing the application performance. As far as the computing performance is concerned, it is about as good as the Dell Adamo (1793 seconds, a notebook of a comparable size with a SU9400 processor) at 1695 seconds for 32 million computed digits by PI, with the help of the program SuperPI.

Mobility Radeon HD 4570 by ATI is deployed for computing graphics in the Sony Vaio VGN-SR41M/S, which is a beginners' middle-class graphics card for notebooks, suited for DirectX 10.1. This independent graphics card with 64-bit memory bus is available with different memory equipments: GDDR3, DDR2, or DDR3. The test model's one was equipped with GDDR3 memory. GDDR memory with 32-bit bus is faster than DDR memory with 16-bit bus, but also significantly more expensive in purchasing.

Please note
: the GPU-Z screenshot erroneously states a 128-bit memory bus for this graphics card, but it is a 64-bit connection according to the manufacturer. This can also be confirmed through Lavalys' Everest Report.

Everest Ultimate 5.02 Information on the graphics adapter
GPU-Z Info
The Everest Report is consistent with the manufacturer's statements, while GPU-Z erroneously specifies a 128-Bit memory bus.
Cinebench R10
Cinebench R10

Due to problems at the execution of the 3DMark benchmarks, there are no further 3DMark-results available, apart from 3DMark01 and 3DMark03. The Sony Vaio VGN-SR41M/S reached 2974 CB-GFX in the OpenGL test of the Cinebench R10 benchmark. This corresponds to an increase of about 14% compared to the Acer Aspire 5536G's result of 2598 CB-GFX in the Shading test. The deployment of GDDR3 memory on the ATI Mobility Radeon HD4570 in the Sony Vaio VGNSR41M/S thus turns to account compared to the deployment of DDR2 memory in the Acer Aspire 5536G.  

One can generally say that the ATI Mobility Radeon HD4570 is a beginners' multimedia graphics card, the performance in practice, subjectively seen, is analogous. Light multimedia tasks are no problem for the Sony Vaio SR41M/S, but one should not make overly high demands.

Only about 3GB RAM are available...
Only about 3GB RAM are available...
... with the installed 32-bit Vista version.
... with the installed 32-bit Vista version.

The equipped system memory and mass storage of course also contribute to the total system's performance. The system offers a total capacity of 4GB system memory, which at the same time is also the maximum RAM-capacity which a 32-bit operating system can address. Only about 3GB of that are at the applications' disposal under Windows Vista Home Premium, the rest is reserved for the operating system itself, and for Memory Mapped IO. If one should be thinking about upgrading to up to 8 Gigabyte RAM, a 64-bit operating system is definitely necessary. Upgrading is a breeze thanks to easily accessible maintenance-openings. However, at least one of the used 2GB-modules will become obsolete.

A voluminous 320GB Seagate hard disk (ST9320320AS) is deployed as mass storage. The volume in the 2.5" format runs at a speed of 5400 rpm and shows access times of 23 milliseconds, and transfer rates of up to 67.1 MB/sec in the HDTune benchmalk test. It thus places in the middle of the field of comparable 5400-models.  

System information CPU
System information Cache
System information mainboard
System information RAM
System information RAM
System information RAM
System information HDD
System information Sony Vaio VGN-SR41M/S
3D Mark
3DMark 2001SE17594 points
3DMark 0310878 points
Help
Cinebench R10 Rendering Single 32Bit
2120
Cinebench R10 Rendering Multiple CPUs 32Bit
3982
Cinebench R10 Shading 32Bit
2974
Help
Seagate Momentus 5400.5 ST9320320AS
Transfer Rate Minimum: 29.2 MB/s
Transfer Rate Maximum: 67.1 MB/s
Transfer Rate Average: 52.4 MB/s
Access Time: 22.8 ms
Burst Rate: 43.7 MB/s
CPU Usage: 65.1 %

Gaming Performance

We would like to keep it short as far as gaming performance is concerned, since the Sony Vaio VGN-SR41M/S is rather to be classified to the field of beginners' multimedia, it is definitely no genuine gaming bolid. Older titles, such as Doom, are no problem for the Sony Vaio VGN-SR41M/S, even at high resolution and high level of detail. The featured Mobility Radeon HD 4570 also has a walk-over in World of Warcraft (WoW), at least up to a resolution of 1024x768 pixels and medium settings. After all, an average of 52 frames per second could be recorded here via Fraps.

In conclusion one can say that even newer, 3-D demanding games can at least be played halfway appealing at low resolution and with a low level of detail - with the exception of GTA IV, which makes very high demands and partly even loads genuine gaming notebooks up to the limits.  

Emissions

System Noise

The fan shows itself as constantly present in the Sony Vaio VGN-SR41M/S, it is well audible with an average of 33.3 dB(A) even in idle mode respectively under low load. One notices a periodical swelling and subsiding under load, with maximum values between 38.8 dB(A) and 40.2 dB(A). However, the fan does not come off as really bothersome otherwise, due to the low-frequency noise characteristics.

The optical drive's data transfer is also relatively noisy, 46.3 dB(A) were measured. Fortunately, it is somewhat more unobtrusive during DVD-playback with 36.3 dB(A).

Noise Level

Idle 32.8 / 33.3 / dB(A)
DVD 36.3 / 46.3 dB(A)
Load 38.4 / 40.2 dB(A)
 
    30 dB
silent
40 dB
audible
50 dB
loud
 
min: , med: , max:     (15 cm distance)

Temperature

The heating keeps within bounds, normal body temperature is barely surpassed with a maximum of 37.4 degrees Celsius on the top side above the vent. In any case, the palm rests remain pleasantly cold even under load, whereat the left one heats up a bit more than the right one. 

The heating also keeps within bounds at the bottom side. However, the maximum value of 42.2 degrees Celsius can be a bit unpleasant for constant usage under load in one's lap. This value was also measured in the segment below the vent opening.

Max. Load
 37.3 °C36.1 °C31.4 °C 
 37.4 °C36.3 °C31.5 °C 
 31.7 °C31.9 °C25.9 °C 
Maximum: 37.4 °C
Average: 33.3 °C
32.9 °C35.8 °C39.6 °C
33.2 °C36 °C42.2 °C
28.8 °C38.6 °C37.8 °C
Maximum: 42.2 °C
Average: 36.1 °C

Loudspeakers

The two loudspeakers, integrated above the keyboard, offer an appealing sound by all means, although it is somewhat low on basses. It is in any case sufficient for multimedia applications, and the maximum volume is also alright. The quality of sound via 3.5 mm headphone jack remains without distinctive features as well.

Battery Life

This device's battery life (it is equipped with a 54 Wh, 4800maH lithium-ion battery) is appealing, but not outstanding. We manually measured this notebook's battery life due to problems with the BatteryEater tests, which did not deliver any results. The Sony Vaio VGN-SR41M/S reaches a maximum of 294 minutes (almost 5 hours, after all) while reading texts on minimal brightness, with maximal energy-saving mechanisms, and switched-off wireless modules. 

In a practical WLAN-test, meaning during surfing the internet via wireless LAN, at good brightness (level 5 of 8), and with energy-saver profile, one can work for 253 minutes without interruptions on battery - meaning 4 hours and 13 minutes. This about complies with the manufacturer's statement of 4.5 hours.

We can record "balanced" 155 minutes (ca. two and a half hours) for DVD-playback, also with adjusted brightness (level 5 of 8), and energy-saver profile.

A 9-cell battery with 7200 mAh (11. Volt) is soon supposed to be available for around 249 Euros in Germany as well. This should make possible improving the battery life by up to 50%.

Power Consumption

Off / Standby 0.2 / 0.4 Watt
Idle 11.6 / 17.1 / 19.2 Watt
Load / 59 Watt
 
Key: min: , med: , max:         
Battery Runtime
Idle (without WLAN, min brightness)
4h 54min
WiFi Surfing
4h 13min
DVD
2h 35min

Verdict

Sony Vaio VGN-SR41M/S

The Sony Vaio VGN-SR41M/S also shows a Sony-typical thourougly styled exterior, which is definitely relatable through hallmarks typical of the brand. The compact 13.3" notebook in a silver look albeit also convinces through a good built quality and on the whole stable case.

An Intel Core 2 Duo T6400 Processor, based on a Centrino-2 platform, and an independent ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4570 graphics card work on the inside. A comprehensive package with very good office performance, which is also well-equipped for light multimedia tasks, emerges together with four Gigabyte of system memory and a large 320 Gigabyte hard disk.

The display features excellent brightness and good illumination, making outdoor usage (even though in a limited way) possible. At disadvantageous incidence of light, or at disadvantageous viewing angles, one albeit has to take into account increasing reflections, due to the reflecting surface.

It is not only the reflecting screen that limits mobile usage needlessly though, the battery life also does definitely not last for a whole work day far from a power outlet.

A big pro of this notebook is the communication equipment, which also offers a RJ-11 modem jack, next to a RJ-45 jack (ethernet), and Bluetooth. UMTS can best be upgraded via ExpressCard/54 if needed. The notebook is also ready for video telephony via internet in connection with the integrated webcam.

All in all, the Sony Vaio VGN-SR41M/S presents itself as a compact and relatively light-weight notebook, also for mobile usage, yet with limitations. The elegant design will definitely attract attention when on the move.

Reviewed: Sony Vaio VGN-SR41M/S
Reviewed: Sony Vaio VGN-SR41M/S

Specifications

Sony Vaio VGN-SR41M/S
Graphics adapter
ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4570 - 512 MB, Core: 680 MHz, Memory: 800 MHz, GDDR3, 8.581.0.0
Memory
4096 MB 
, DDR2
Display
13.3 inch 16:10, 1280x800 pixel, glossy: yes
Mainboard
Intel PM45
Harddisk
Seagate Momentus 5400.5 ST9320320AS, 320 GB 
5400 rpm
Soundcard
Realtek ALC262 HD Audio
Connections
1 Express Card 54mm, 2 USB 2.0, 1 Firewire, 1 VGA, 1 HDMI, HDAUDIO SoftV92 Data Fax Modem with SmartCP Modem, 1 Kensington Lock, Audio Connections: headphones, microphone, Card Reader: 1x SD-card reader 1x MemoryStick reader,
Networking
Marvell Yukon 88E8040 PCI-E (10/100MBit), Intel Wireless WiFi Link 5100 AGN (a b g n ), 2.x Bluetooth
Optical drive
Matshita DVD-RAM UJ-862AS
Size
height x width x depth (in mm): 34 x 215 x 233.8 ( = 1.34 x 8.46 x 9.2 in)
Weight
1.83 kg ( = 64.55 oz) Power Supply: 370 g ( = 13.05 oz)
Battery
55 Wh Lithium-Ion
Price
1200 Euro
Operating System
Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium 32 Bit
Additional features
Various pre-installed applications: e.g. Intervideo DVD, Adobe PS Elements, Adobe Premiere Elements 7, 24 Months Warranty

 

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The Sony Vaio VGN-SR41/M is available in different color variants.
The Sony Vaio VGN-SR41/M is available in different color variants.
One can reach a battery life of up to almost five hours with the included 54 Wh battery. An optional 9-cell version with a capacity increased by 50% is supposed to be available soon.
One can reach a battery life of up to almost five hours with the included 54 Wh battery. An optional 9-cell version with a capacity increased by 50% is supposed to be available soon.
While the Sony Vaio VGN-SR41M/S is not among the most silent, its bottom side also does not become too heated.
While the Sony Vaio VGN-SR41M/S is not among the most silent, its bottom side also does not become too heated.
... as is exchanging the hard disk.
... as is exchanging the hard disk.
This is possible without any problems through the easily accessible maintenance hatches...
This is possible without any problems through the easily accessible maintenance hatches...
With the pre-installed Windows Vista 32-bit, switching to a 64-bit operating system becomes necessary at the latest when upgrading to more than 4GB RAM.
With the pre-installed Windows Vista 32-bit, switching to a 64-bit operating system becomes necessary at the latest when upgrading to more than 4GB RAM.
The hardware equipment with a Core 2 Duo T6400 CPU and an ATI Mobility Radeon HD4570 GPU positions the Sony Vaio VGN-SR41M/S as an ultra-mobile subnotebook with a good application performance, and it also masters light multimedia tasks well.
The hardware equipment with a Core 2 Duo T6400 CPU and an ATI Mobility Radeon HD4570 GPU positions the Sony Vaio VGN-SR41M/S as an ultra-mobile subnotebook with a good application performance, and it also masters light multimedia tasks well.
...as is working in disadvantageous lighting conditions.
...as is working in disadvantageous lighting conditions.
In spite of excellent brightness and good illumination, using the notebook outdoors is difficult due to reflections...
In spite of excellent brightness and good illumination, using the notebook outdoors is difficult due to reflections...
The SR41M/S features no less than five quick start buttons which the user can configure.
The SR41M/S features no less than five quick start buttons which the user can configure.
... and touch pad are appealing.
... and touch pad are appealing.
The keyboard in single-key layout...
The keyboard in single-key layout...
Fortunately, a docking port, together with an optional docking station, make integrating the notebook into an existing working environment, and removing it from that easier.
Fortunately, a docking port, together with an optional docking station, make integrating the notebook into an existing working environment, and removing it from that easier.
The arrangement of the ports might potentially not be ideal for left-handers.
The arrangement of the ports might potentially not be ideal for left-handers.
... and limited opening angle, and hidden, but relatively generous communications equipment.
... and limited opening angle, and hidden, but relatively generous communications equipment.
A stylish exterior with a cylindric hinge,...
A stylish exterior with a cylindric hinge,...
Compact, good built quality, and a relatively stable case without transport latch.
Compact, good built quality, and a relatively stable case without transport latch.
Our test device showed silver on the display lid.
Our test device showed silver on the display lid.
Comprehensive accessories are not really among this notebook's strengths. Recovery volumes are not included either, so one should quickly create some with the pre-installed Sony-Recovery-Center.
Comprehensive accessories are not really among this notebook's strengths. Recovery volumes are not included either, so one should quickly create some with the pre-installed Sony-Recovery-Center.

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Preisvergleich

Pro

+Stylish design, good built quality
+Good input devices
+RJ-11 modem-port
+docking port
+Bright display with good illumination
+Easy access to serviceable components
 

Cons

-No recovery volume
-Reflecting display
-The arrangement of ports for left-handers
-No latch for transport

Shortcut

What we liked

The stable, elegantly looking case - despite the massive use of plastic.

What we missed

A better battery life, a matt display. Recovery volumes and drivers could also be included at that price.

What surprised us

That Windows XP compatible drivers and tools can only be downloaded if the serial number is supplied.

The competition

with 13.3"-factor is numerous. Apart from e.g. the Dell Studio XPS 13, the LG P310 Camini, and the Apple MacBook Aluminium Unibody 13 with independent graphics cards (like our test device), numerous 13" notebooks with integrated graphics card are also offered.

Bewertung

Sony Vaio VGN-SR41M/S
06/27/2009
Martina Osztovits

Chassis
88%
Keyboard
93%
Pointing Device
93%
Connectivity
80%
Weight
88%
Battery
87%
Display
85%
Games Performance
78%
Application Performance
80%
Temperature
85%
Noise
85%
Add Points
80%
Average
85%
85%
Subnotebook *
Weighted Average

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Author: Martina Osztovits, 2009-07- 6 (Update: 2013-06- 6)