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Review: Sony Vaio Z-series VPCZ11Z9E/B ultra-portable laptop

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Sony Vaio Z-series VPCZ11Z9E/B

Sony Vaio Z-series VPCZ11Z9E/B
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What is it:
Premium, 13.1-inch ultra-portable laptop

Typical price:
£2,200

We like:
Sturdy build quality; incredible display; excellent performance

We don't like:
Short battery life; exorbitant cost; no Blu-ray drive

The judgement:
Sony's Vaio Z-series VPCZ11Z9E/B sports top-notch components. But its battery life is on the short side and its price tag should come with a medical warning for those with heart conditions. If you can afford it, the VPCZ11Z9E/B will buy you blistering performance, a beautiful design and real portability

Reviewed by:
CNET.co.uk's Spencer Dalziel, read the full review here.

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