small, fast and in a league of its own
Not a Retina MacBook Air, but awfully close
Eye-pamperingly gorgeous Retina display
While the new Pro with Retina isn’t a huge leap forward from its predecessor in anything except battery life, its generous price drop offers good value and makes ultrabook alternatives look over-priced.
Glorious screen, Innovative flip mechanism
Great in its laptop mode, and has some very high-end options
Attractive, Innovative design, Mostly reliable trackpad
Modern components, Stylish design
Blu-ray drive and an HD webcam
Very slim, very light, Attractive design
Stunning and elegant design, excellent matte full HD display, fast and light
Exceedingly well built
Keyboard is spacious and comfortable
Strong performance on HD video and 3D
Powerful AMD GPU with more dedicated memory
Best touchpad so far, Switchable graphics
Thin, Strong performance, Excellent speakers
Includes several premium media tools
Sleek modern design, Great audio, Solid performance and graphics
1080p video plays very smoothly
Superb battery life, Fast overall performance
Large multi-touch trackpad, and edge-to-edge glass-fronted display
Better integrated graphics, Unibody build
Powerful updates to the CPU and GPU
Quality of the case, High-quality display
Trackpad and gesture controls are still the best of any current laptop
'big, highly polished VAIO logo'
'the VAIO NW was able to deftly handle our flick's fast-moving action scenes at 1080p resolution.'
'It’s a decent budget laptop'
'We found the L300 was fine when handling standard tasks, such as writing emails while Media Player was running in the background.'
'great budget laptop'
'awkward sized notebook'