Sony VAIO PCG-X505/SP Review

Posted: Jan 7 2004, 7:58am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 9:52am CDT, in Shopping | Shopping Tips

 

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Sony VAIO PCG-X505/SP Review
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We reported about the Sony VAIO PCG-X505/SP Extreme - the world's thinnest Notebook last November. Our Friends at DesignTechnica got their hands on one of those amazing machines.

Quote from the Review:
"The Sony X505 pushes the envelope when it comes to sub-notebook design and innovation. Almost everything is unique in one way or another and Sony tops it off by adding the elegance and detail that we have only seen from companies such as Apple. The included optical mouse adds a nice touch by offering a memory stick reader, and the packaging that the X505 comes in is very stylish and retro.
Using the X505 in a public place such as a coffeehouse or on public transportation, you'll notice a lot of glances. Whether they are looking at the elegant little powerhouse in front of you or the big grin on your face while using it, you will be noticed - it's just that special. The Sony X505 is an extreme system that will appeal to those wanting the bleeding edge in design and innovation."
Full Review.

The Sony VAIO PCG-X505/SP is available from Japanese Gadget Specialist Dynamism.com for $3,999. The Sony VAIO PCG-X505/P for 3,499.
The difference betweent he SP and the P is the casing. The SP has the more robust Nickel/Carbon, where as the P only has a Carbon casing.

See Also:
Fujitsu Lifebook P5020 Review
World's First Intel Pentium Extreme Notebooks by Liebermann
JVC Interlink 7310 Sub-Notebook Review



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