Sony Vaio VPC-EE23FX/BI
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Reviews for the Sony Vaio VPC-EE23FX/BI
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Sony's VAIO EE23FX/BI laptop may be affordable but it doesn't really set itself apart from the competition in terms of features, performance or price. Instead, the system really comes down to design and function. The keyboard is very well made and a joy to type on and the system runs very quiet with little in terms of heat. The downside is that the exterior case shows many fingerprints and the glittered palmrest looks like a child dropped some craft materials on it.
Single Review, online available, Short, Date: 10/14/2010
Rating: Total score: 60%
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