'big, highly polished VAIO logo'
'the VAIO NW was able to deftly handle our flick's fast-moving action scenes at 1080p resolution.'
'this notebook was designed to look clean and simple.'
'elegant black and silver system'
'full 5.1 channel surround sound system'
'thinnest and lightest
'Active protection system'
'IBM's smallest laptop ever - it combines true ultralight portability with all the right expansion, connectivity, and battery options for the business traveler'
'2.6-pound, ultra compact notebook computer'
'Difficult to remove the battery.'
'The system feels quite sturdy, thanks to a magnesium alloy frame and a scratch-resistant in-mold lamination around the keyboard.'
'The system's 3 hour 55 minute run on our MobileMark 2005 battery-life tests is fine for everyday commuting, but won't get you from coast to coast.'
'Mediocre performance and battery life.'
'the system doesn't run particularly hot, the fan is quite loud and runs often.'
'Game play is decent on the AX570G'
'The fast Serial ATA hard drives and ultra-efficient DDR2 memory deliver robust computing performance'
'thin and light notebook'
'The laptop is well-equipped, with a fast 2GHz central processing unit, although it only has 512MB of RAM.'
'The 15.1” SXGA+ LCD display is sharp and bright'
'Optical drive is external only.'
'Less power than its competitors.'
'Press the blue Access IBM button and you'll see an explanation page about your new purchase - not generic to ThinkPads, but customised to the X41 - and which also provides a shortcut to its Protect & Recover feature.'
'Writing surface is recessed.'
'Weak battery life'
'No docking station available'
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