Can game a bit.
Excellent battery life.
Not an Ultrabook, but it weighs a portable 2.25kg.
Easy-off Wi-Fi widget.
Two USB 3.0 ports.
Two USB 2.0 ports.
Too much plastic.
Very glossy screen.
By ThinkDigit on August 03, 2012
For a box price of Rs 55,990, the Vaio E-series offers good performance and looks very well while doing it. However, the real cherry on the cake is the excellent battery life that it offers, something we honestly did not expect.80
By PCWorld AU on July 16, 2012
Sony's VAIO E Series 14P has a good CPU and discrete graphics, making it a worthwhile laptop to consider if you want to do serious work, but it does have a very glossy screen, which could get irritating. Its design is interesting, but a little...70
By PCWorld on July 05, 2012
It’s not an Ultrabook, but it weighs a portable 2.25kg, and with a battery life of two hours 25 minutes in our Productivity battery life test, it’s not exactly a Neanderthal of laptops.90
By TechNews on June 25, 2012
We are not against the best in graphics, but well above the teams that come only with Intel HD 3000. In short, this VAIO model is “in the middle of everything” in both price and performance, with some distinctive elements.-
By alaTest on June 21, 2012
Though not an Ultrabook, this productivity-focussed laptop is still a fairly portable package.90
By TrustedReviews on May 23, 2012
Even better, a dedicated AMD Radeon HD 7670M with 1GB of its own memory comes as standard and shouldn’t be too shabby for very light 3D gaming, so if Sony can keep the price as affordable as the original 14in VAIO C Series...80