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Sony VAIO Fit E 15.5-inch Laptop (White) - (Core i3 1.9GHz Processor, 4GB RAM, 750GB HDD, Windows 8)

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Customer Rating 3.2 out of 5 stars   (64) 4.0 out of 5 stars   (1) 5.0 out of 5 stars   (1) 2.0 out of 5 stars   (1)
Price £489.99£574.09£449.00£459.00
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Sold by electronic savvyConntecUKCity Computer Systems LTDCity Computer Systems LTD
Weight 2.7 kg 2.5 kg 2.5 kg 2.7 kg
Display Size 15.5 inches 15.5 inches 15.5 inches 15.5 inches
Processor Intel Core i3 1.9 GHz Intel Core i3 1.8 GHz Intel Core i3 1.8 GHz Intel Pentium Dual-Core 1.8 GHz
Operating System Windows 8 Windows 8 Windows 8 Windows 8
Memory 4 GB 4 GB 4 GB 4 GB
Hard Drive 750 GB 500 GB 500 GB 500 GB
Graphics Card Intel HD 4000 Intel HD Graphics 4000 Intel HD Graphics 4000 Intel HD Graphics
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Technical Details
BrandSony
Item Weight2.7 Kg
Product Dimensions100 x 100 x 100 cm
Batteries:1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
Item model numberSVF1521J1EW.CEK
SeriesVAIO SVF1521J1E
ColorWhite
Form FactorPortable
Screen Size15.5 inches
Processor BrandIntel
Processor TypeCore i3
Processor Speed1.9 GHz
Processor Count2
RAM Size4 GB
Computer Memory TypeDDR3 SDRAM
Hard Drive Size750 GB
Hard Drive InterfaceATA
Graphics Card DescriptionIntel HD 4000
Operating SystemWindows 8
Lithium Battery Energy Content39.516 watt_hours
Lithium Battery Weight220 grams
  
Additional Information
ASINB00D080SU6
Best Sellers Rank 35,718 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight3.1 Kg
Date First Available5 Jun 2013
  
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The VAIO Fit E

Sony VAIO Fit E Laptop

A Slim Notebook with Powerful Sound for a Richer, Deeper Experience

Hear every sound loud and clear with the sleek VAIO Fit E -- a notebook that puts the power back into your music and films with large speakers, built-in subwoofer and the soul-shaking clarity of ClearAudio+. Hang out with friends, watch films together and enjoy YouTube videos with a richer, more life-like soundtrack.

Connect instantly to your Near Field Communication-enabled (NFC) headphones or speakers with one touch and listen to your favourite music in no time.

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  • Listen to songs and soundtracks with deeper bass and soul-shaking clarity.
  • Quickly connect your NFC-enabled headphones or speakers to your VAIO with one touch.
  • Keep things simple with minimalist styling for easier everyday computing.
One-touch listening with NFC
Connect your NFC-enabled headphones to your VAIO with one touch. View larger
One-touch listening with NFC
Touch your NFC-enabled speakers or headphones against your VAIO to instantly pair them and make a wireless connection. View larger
Soul-Shaking Clarity

Hear every note of your music in perfect clarity, even when played loud. Large speakers give a deeper, richer, more life-like sound. You’ll find precision across a wide audio spectrum from deep lows to intense highs with ClearAudio+ mode. And for that thumping bass, there is a built-in subwoofer.

One-Touch Listening with NFC

Touch your NFC-enabled speakers or headphones against your VAIO to instantly pair them and make a wireless connection. No cables, no complicated settings, no fuss. One-touch by Sony incorporates NFC so you can easily listen to music stored on your VAIO through your wireless accessories.

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Sleek Design

With its clean, uncluttered styling, this VAIO makes everyday computing easier. Speaker grills and ports have been subtly designed in the lower front of the laptop to give a calm and clear appearance from above. And with smooth rounded corners, it slips easily in and out of your bag.

A simpler look and feel
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Automatically Boost your Graphics

Fun and games go side-by-side. Send a blog from the bus, get home, load your favourite first-person shooter. With super smooth graphics, your VAIO switches automatically between optimum battery life and maximum visual performance. No need to manually change settings. You’ll enjoy an immediate power boost when playing games, watching films or video editing.

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AC Adapter, Power Cord, Documentation Pack, VAIO International Repair Service Guide

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161 of 169 people found the following review helpful By SpecialOrder937 TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 22 July 2013
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(**NOTE: This review is of the Sony Vaio Fit 15E Core i3 1.9GHz model, and not the higher-specced i7 model.**) If you read all of the blurb in Amazon's product description for this laptop, you'll be led to believe that this device has "an intuitive touchscreen [that] helps you get the most from your media". This laptop does NOT have a touchscreen. According to its quick start guide, a touchscreen is available "on selected models only", and this model isn't one of them. Amazon's descriptions occasionally turn out to be slightly inaccurate, but this particular description really ought to be amended, since it contains incorrect information about an aspect of the product that's crucial to the way it functions.

Confusion over its touchscreen capabilities aside, the Sony Vaio Fit 15E (to give it its proper title) is a decent, solid, mid-range laptop. On the inside is an updated Intel Core i3 processor (i3-3227U), 4GBs of RAM and a 750GB hard drive. There's no discrete video card (only integrated graphics via Intel HD 4000). On the left side are two USB 3.0 ports, an HDMI port, an Ethernet port, a microphone jack and a headphone jack. On the right are two USB 2.0 ports and a DVD drive. All of the USB ports are situated close to the front corners, which is a bit of an odd, occasionally irritating design decision. A front-facing SD card slot completes the range of connections.

The screen has a resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels and looks pretty decent. It's quite glossy, though this doesn't bother me. The keys are nice and responsive and the numeric keypad is a welcome addition. The touchpad is far from ideal, however. It features two areas at the bottom that correspond to the left and right click of a mouse, and there doesn't appear to be any way to change this.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Ad on 13 May 2014
As if Windows 8 isn't annoying enough to begin with; if you make the terrible decision to buy one of these then your frustrations will more than likely increase ten fold.

I got my first one a couple of months ago just before I went on holiday. I wasn't enjoying my new laptop at all but I put it mainly down to Windows 8 getting me worked up. Then, without any warning and only a week old, it freezes. CTRL ALT DELETE had no effect so I had to switch off using the power button.

So I turn it back on and it heads into "auto repair". This pointless process only took about 2/3 hours to get through, nice and quick. The end result? Your computer could not be fixed. So I try to restore to factory settings, another 3/4 hours later. Still not working. Retry anything I can think of over and over and the brand new laptop just won't work.

Get another from Amazon eventually. On this one, the internet is literally slower than dial up days. There are 2 other laptops in the house, 2 Ipads, a PS3, a PS4 and 2 smart phones. All were working perfectly on the internet. The mouse is non-responsive half of the time also. You can click all you like but nothing's happening on the screen.

So 2 laptops, full of problems from pretty much the second I opened the box. Maybe I'm just unlucky, who knows, I'm just telling you about my experience with this horrible machine.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Lech on 21 Mar 2014
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Amazon seem to have an issue with product descriptions and reviews, with reviews for other models being displayed, causing a lot of confusion and giving an unrepresentative view of customer opinion for a particular model.

I ordered this laptop for my mum for Christmas, and it does have a touch screen (incidentally it was also about £100 cheaper then at £365). Not knowing what's going on with Amazon though, I cannot say whether if you order it today you will get a touchscreen.

Despite the astounding shortcomings of Windows 8 - you just need to bite the bullet and install Classic Shell (I was adamant to do it Microsoft's way: if the start menu is not there it must be possible to do without... I'll stop there or I'll go into a rant and this is not about w8), this is an elegant laptop of high build quality. I just bought a much more expensive higher spec Lenovo laptop (IdeaPad Z710 with i7, 8GB and a hybrid HDD with 8GB cache) and I'm disappointed - compared to this VAIO it's clunky: touchpad clicking is a disaster (/very nice on the Sony), USB ports seem like they're not quite the right size, and most disappointingly of all, standard quality video skips sometimes - this seems inexcusable.

Here is the trick: buy this VAIO or a similar high-build quality lower-spec laptop and simply upgrade the components. The cost difference between these and higher-spec components is I'm sure minimal to the manufacturer: it's all about pricing for the market, so the higher-spec models are disproportionately expensive. Do it in this order: SSD harddrive (~£100), extra 4GB memory, better processor. My hunch/understanding is that processors have plateaued and i3, i5, i7 is all much of a muchness.
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80 of 93 people found the following review helpful By hugh macleod on 2 Dec 2013
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Experienced issues with the pre-installed Software. Had to re-install Windows 8 and then 2 weeks later the battery died of a critical failure. Tried to contact FozTronik who failed to reply to my request for a repair. Contacted Sony and sent back to their Engineers who discovered the laptop had been tampered with by FozTronik which had subsequently invalidated the Warranty. Report as follows "The serial number of battery inside unit does not match the configuration check, screws are either missing or fitted to the incorrect place, and cables have been incorrectly seated." Still waiting to hear back from FozTronik and I would definately avoid dealing with this seller again. Maybe they should advertise their laptops as being reconditioned [somewhat poorly] rather than new.....DISSAPOINTING..
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