Sony Vaio VPC-X113KG - Intel Atom

  • Sony Vaio VPC-X113KG - Intel Atom
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Based on 5 scores, 6 reviews available
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    1
  • Good:
    3
  • Average:
    0
  • Bad:
    1

Pros:

  • Ultra-thin, extremely lightweight, chic design, good quality screen, silent operation

Cons:

  • Average battery life on the default battery, keyboard tactility inferior to previous Vaios, no multi-touch scrolling, expensive

Expert reviews and ratings

By Good Gear Guide on 75

While the Sony VAIO X Series (VPCX113KGB) might not be all that fast, it’s very light and strong. It’s perfect if you want a laptop that won’t be a burden to carry around with you and it’ll definitely get people’s...

By PCWorld New Zealand on 90

The ding dong battle for “lightest and thinnest” notebook continues this month with Sony laying claim to the title following the release of the new X series Vaio – it’s just 655 grams.In fact, it’s so light we actually...

By Stuff NZ on

Netbooks have been a hit among laptop buyers because they're cheap and they're easy to carry. Now there's the option to pay a lot more and get a lot less - a lot less weight, that is. Sony's Vaio X is the runway model of netbooks:...

By TechTree on 60

Sony's Vaio P was something that every geek out there synomously describes as a horrible mistake. Other than the literally "pocket-able" size, it had the internals of an underpowered netbook and a resource-hungry Windows Vista to make things worse....

By HardwareZone.com on 80

Folks, you may remember the Sony VAIO P, a slim and tiny Intel Atom machine that didn't quite live up to consumer expectations. It was gorgeous, it was tiny, and it was pretty, but the price made consumers really wary about paying so much for a...

By ElectricPig.co.uk on 80

The most desirable small laptop we’ve...