Sony has followed Apple in supporting Light Peak, Intel's advanced data transfer technology, by putting it in its latest range of Vaio laptops.The Vaio Z series, announced on Tuesday, feature Intel's silicon nanophotonics technology, which is called Thunderbolt when it appears in Apple products.
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Dell Adamo is just the latest in the luxury thin-and-light laptop segment. But where's the value proposition? Just how much Adamo can you get versus Air, or Envy, or Vaio Z? I find out.
Ultralight notebooks Notebook reviews: AOpen Openbook 1555 Apple PowerBook G4 Dell Latitude D400 Fujitsu Lifebook 6120 IBM ThinkPad X31 Sony Vaio PCG-TR1 Toshiba PortÃƒÂ©gÃƒÂ© R100 Specifications How we tested Sample scenarios Editor's choice Final words About RMIT If you're out on the road a lot, you want a notebook that won't give you a sore shoulder at the end of the day, but you may not want to give up all the features of a full-sized notebook.
Although the PCV-LX1 is a very desirable PC, it's not for the budget-limited or the 3D gamer.
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