Sony Vaio SVE-1511 Series

  • Sony Vaio SVE-1511 Series
73
Based on 9 scores, 13 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    0
  • Good:
    4
  • Average:
    4
  • Bad:
    1

Pros:

  • Windows 8 with touch screen and 1080p display. Zippy new Intel Core i53337U processor. Storage capacity without compromise thanks to 750GB hard drive and 24GB solidstate cache. Quality programs and service trials instead of the usual bloatware.
  • Good keyboard, Strong processor performance, Many options
  • Stylish design, Modern components.

Cons:

  • Thick for an ultrabook. Touchpad has gesture support, but it's touchy
  • Poor touchpad, Short battery life, Poor value, Some pricy options

Expert reviews and ratings

By PC Mag on 80

The Sony VAIO T15 Touch ultrabook offers solid performance, a healthy feature set, and a generous selection of...

By 5FWD on 60

Like Toshiba's middling effort, the Sony Vaio E-Series SVE1511C5E also failed to wow us in our Iceland group test. The Intel 2.3GHz Pentium B970 processor, 4GB RAM and 500GB HDD are middle of the road to say the list, and though the keyboard felt...

By Digital Trends on 70

Sony's refreshed Sony Vaio E fits snuggly into the current mainstream laptop market, but the computer is also what you make of it. The review unit we received is a typical budget laptop that makes a few subtle attempts to class things up. It...

By PC Advisor on 70

The Sony Vaio SVE1511K1E feels slightly clunky and we aren’t fans of the buttonless trackpad. The gesture control is something of a gimmick, too. Nonetheless this laptop is a decent performer - gaming aside - with a great screen for watching video...

By PC World on 70

A sense of style raises this otherwise median mainstream laptop above the...

By Computer Shopper on 70

The redesigned touch pad might trip you up, but the 2012 Sony VAIO E Series is an otherwise well-designed 15.5-inch laptop that delivers fast performance and a big software bundle for a reasonable price....

By PC Mag on 80

With the Sony VAIO E15 (SVE15116FXS), Sony brings Intel Ivy Bridge processing to entry-level desktop replacement laptops to great effect, and throws in enough extras to keep people buying when other manufacturers catch up. ...

By LaptopMag on 80

The 15-inch Sony VAIO E15 offers an attractive design, Ivy Bridge power and powerful multimedia...

By evogadget.com on -

The VAIO E15 designed by the Japanese team at Sony is definitely a good looker. Not only that, but it also performs well. The sound quality and variety of apps found in its app suite also greatly make up for the poor third-generation Core i5 CPU. Add to...

By Trusted Reviews on -

Silver aluminium body 15.5in, 1920 x 1080 IPS screen Dedicated Nvidia GeForce GT640M graphics Core i3-i7, 4-8GB RAM, hybrid/pure SSD storage Up to 14 hours battery life Blue-backlit keyboard Slot-loading DVD/Blu-ray drive We’ve already looked at...

International Review By notebookinfo.de on -

Wir können dem Sony Vaio 15E11Z1EB keine Empfehlung aussprechen. Die gravierendste Schwäche findet sich beim spiegelnden und schwach ausgeleuchteten Display, auch der Sound und die Multimedialeistung werden der Preisklasse von 900 Euro nicht...

International Review By Notebookjournal on 80

Das SVE1511X1ESI besitzt eine gediegene Optik und eine ordentliche Verarbeitung. Die silberfarbenen, rutschfesten Kunststoff-Oberflächen sind unanfällig für Fingerabdrücke und bieten eine gute Anfassqualität. Die...

International Review By notebookinfo.de on -

Das Sony VAIO E1511X1EB präsentiert sich als gut verarbeitetes Multimedia-Notebook. Jedoch ohne nennenswerte Stärken. Nichts an dem 15,5-Zoll Notebook hebt sich von der Konkurrenz ab. Im Gegenteil, zum Einstiegspreis von 749 Euro bekommt man...