Sony VAIO G1 Review

Posted: Nov 21 2006, 3:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:24am CDT, in News | Notebooks and PCs

Sony VAIO G1 Review
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Sony introduced the world's lightest 12 inch notebook VAIO G1 in Japan on November 1st. It will go on sale early December only in Japan.

AkihabaraNews got their hands on a Sony VAIO G1 and posted a short review along with lots of photos and a HD video. Quote from the review:
"Only Panasonic is reigning supreme over the “Ultra” market with their R5, a compact portable PC that is extremely reliable and light. To be honest with you, quite a number of journalists and professionals in Japan use the R5 for the reasons I just mentioned above.
While the R5 is not very “sexy”, Sony came up with a PC that is certainly bigger, but it also has a larger display and is as light (even lighter), robust, better-looking, and more flexible, with a biometric reader, a TPM chipset, Bluetooth, an optical reader… "
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