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Sony Vaio VGN-NS20E Review

The Sony Vaio VGN-NS20E is among the cheapest laptops Sony have ever made. Sony are known for producing high quality, high spec machines, but with a price tag to match. The Sony Vaio VGN-NS20E combines many excellent aspects Sony laptops but with a lower budget in mind. The screen is a standard 15.4” widescreen WXGA resolution, which is more than enough for basis use and watching movies. The Keyboard is ergonomically friendly, with large keys and an excellent feel.

The technical performance of this laptop is good, with a 250GB hard drive being more than enough for most peoples needs. The slight disadvantage to this laptop is also the reason why it is cheaper than the rest of the Sony Vaio family. The processor and memory are not fantastic, but again ample for the casual user. Overall this is an excellent choice for someone looking for a great quality, great looking laptop with the trust of a superb brand behind it.

Laptop Power UK stock both the Sony laptop screen and laptop charger for the Sony Vaio VGN-NS20E. The screen is 15.4” WXGA whilst the laptop adapter is the standard 19.5V 4.7A which Sony have been using for many years now. The Sony Vaio VGN-NS20E laptop comes highly recommended by Laptop Power UK, and we are pleased to add the LCD screen and laptop AC adapter to our extensive range of products.

This entry was posted on Monday, May 31st, 2010 at 9:00 am. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS feed.

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