Review: Sony VAIO VGN-TX670P (HardwareCentral.com)

Sony VAIO VGN-TX670P
HardwareCentral.com has published a review by Eric Grevstad of the Sony VAIO VGN-TX670P. The TX670P has an 11-inch widescreen display, and the frame/body is encased in carbon fiber, making for a very light ultraportable (while still including a DVD-burning optical drive) at just under three pounds. The 670Ps are powered by Pentium M Ultra Low Voltage (ULV) CPUs running at around 1.2GHz.

HardwareCentral gave it four out of five stars, saying:

As you can tell, we like the Vaio TX670P a lot; it’s a terrific productivity solution for swank, jet-setting execs. That said, it gets another four- instead of HardwareCentral’s rare five-star review score mainly because of the swank factor: The notebook plus your first year’s Cingular data subscription equals $3,480, which is painfully pricey in this age of affordable laptops. But that’s not the heroic Sony engineers’ fault.

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