Sony Vaio VPC-F23 Series
A Blu-ray drive, Nvidia GeForce GT 540M graphics, and 1080p resolution display make it a full-featured movie and gaming machine; sharp look; useful preloaded software.
Excellent multimedia playback, Light and portable.
Big, bright screen, Strong productivity and multimedia performance, Good gaming performance for the price, Long battery life, Excellent software bundle
Impressive performance, Handsome 1080p HD screen, Spacious keyboard, Bundled multimedia software.
Vibrant 1080p display; Blazing fast performance; Good graphics muscle; Comfortable backlit keyboard
Intel Core i7 CPU and Nvidia GT 540M GPU ensure that there are few applications it can't handle, Blu-ray player, Full 1080p HD resolution, WiMAX 4G broadband, Bluetooth connects wireless peripherals, Backlit keyboard, USB 3,0, Big 750GB hard drive.
Lacks category's typical performance, Ugly design.
Bland, basic-black chassis, Disappointing Webcam quality
A mite pricey, Graphics fall short of full-resolution gaming nirvana, Too-short 30-day security trialware.
Stiff touchpad buttons; Undersized keys on keyboard; A little chunky; Expensive
Touchpad texture was uncomfortable, Mouse button needs work.
By evogadget.com on June 01, 2012
The Sony Vaio F Series VPC-F236FM/B is the type of laptop that brings many happy moments to whomever owns it and the kind of device which you won't regret...-
By DigitalVersus on March 23, 2012
Sony isn’t only setting its store by performance with the F Series. It also offers comfortable keying and the Full HD screen coupled with a Blu-ray player mean this Vaio covers all the bases… except perhaps when it comes to battery life. It...80
By CNET Asia on January 30, 2012
If the size is right for you, the Vaio F Series is a well-made high-end laptop, and is a good reminder that Sony is one of the few brands that comes close to Apple on design and polish....76
By pcworld.com_techhive.com on December 20, 2011
This smallish desktop replacement laptop may be fairly easy to tote, but it just isn't very powerful. Images (click to enlarge) Sony VAIO F Series Review: Portable, but Lacks Power Sony VAIO F-Series (VPCF233FX/B) Review, by Sarah Jacobsson...60
By Computer Shopper on December 09, 2011
The feature-packed Sony F Series may be the best-performing laptop around its price. It speeds through everyday tasks and can even handle moderate gaming....90
By PC Mag on November 23, 2011
The Sony VAIO VPC-F237FX/B is a potent quad-core desktop replacement laptop that targets multimedia buffs with a striking 1080p screen and special video- and music-editing software....80
By TechReviewSource on November 22, 2011
The Sony VAIO F Series measured 15.7 x 10.7 x 1.7-inches (wdh) and weights about 6.5-pounds, so it isn't the smallest or lightest laptop on the market. The design and size of this laptop makes it chunky too, so portability is slightly hampered. The...80
By LaptopMag on November 17, 2011
The Sony VAIO F delivers impressive performance with Core i7 muscle, Nvidia graphics, and a full HD...70
By Engadget on November 08, 2011
If you're looking for a desktop replacement that doesn't break the bank, the Sony VAIO F Series isn't a bad choice -- it packs a satisfying punch, has a gorgeous display and can be had for under a grand. A low-end configuration isn't...-
By PC Mag on October 19, 2011
The Sony VAIO VPC-F236FM is a laptop powerhouse. You can rely on its Intel Core i7 CPU and Nvidia GT 540M to get the job done, whether that 'job' may entail gaming or manipulating images in Photoshop. ...80