Sony Vaio VPC-SE1 Series
Goodlooking screen, Light, thin, and portable.
Slim, lightweight design, Widescreen 1080p display, Automatic brightness and backlight adjustment, Intel Core i5 CPU and AMD discrete graphics makes for a powerful combination, Blu-ray player, WiDi 2,0.
Discrete graphics and optional slice battery help it stand out from other midsize laptops; included TPM chip should play nice with your IT department.; stylish.
Bright 1080p display, Solid performance, Good battery life (slice)
All USB ports are clustered on the same side, Speakers are loud, but tinny and annoying.
Needs an extra battery for real endurance, Small touches, like the keyboard and touchpad, felt unrefined.
AMD graphics switching still tied to clunky physical switch; without the extra slice, battery life is merely OK.
Uninspiring construction, Gesturehating trackpad, Subpar battery life (no slice)
By Blogcritics on April 19, 2012
With Intel's creation of the "ultrabook" category, Windows PC makers may have carved out a highly marketable niche for laptops that appeal to a wide array everyday consumers. Who wouldn't want a powerful yet extremely portable computer, one...-
By AnandTech on April 03, 2012
When I saw the VAIO SE at the Sony booth at CES 2012, it was already a slightly older laptop and normally I wouldn’t have given it much time, but one thing clearly stood out from all of the other laptops I’ve reviewed in the past several...-
By Ubergizmo on February 24, 2012
very good) The Sony Vaio S 15” is an effective laptop that can be used for a variety of productivity tasks and also for light gaming. I personally think that it would be great for just about everything everything except hardcore gaming. As such,...-
By Digital Trends on December 24, 2011
The Sony Vaio is one of the most attractive PC laptops available today, it offers a display that is among the best we’ve ever used, and a user interface that’s much better than...80
By TechReviewSource on December 19, 2011
The Sony VAIO S Series comes in two colors, black and silver. Our unit was black and we really liked the plain, matte finish that resisted fingerprints. The chassis is thin with squared-off corners to create a fairly simple and minimalist design. In...70
By PCWorld on December 14, 2011
Sony's VAIO S Series won't win any awards for performance or multimedia playback, but it's a great light laptop for a business professional. Images (click to enlarge) Sony VAIO S Series: Mediocre Performance in a Thin, Sexy Chassis Sony...70
By PC Pro on November 10, 2011
A sumptuous Full HD screen is complemented by a host of other pedigree components – highly...83
By NotebookCheck on November 09, 2011
All that glitters is not gold. Nevertheless: Hopes of a balanced combination of professional work device and entertainment suitable consumer have basically been met. Sony builds in the contrast and viewing angle strong Full HD screen that many have...83
By PC Mag on September 28, 2011
The Sony VAIO VPC-SE16FX/S laptop is a compelling package, with a commuter-friendly thin design, a gorgeous high-definition display, and a potent combination of processing and graphics hardware. ...80
By CNET Asia on September 09, 2011
Sony knocks out another stylish system with the 15-inch Vaio SE, with some extra appeal for business users....80