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Sony VAIO VPCY218FX: Not Enough Power in a Small, Sexy Package

At a Glance

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  • Sony VAIO VPCY218FX
    3/5

    Though the Sony VAIO VPCY218FX has many of the ingredients to be a powerful-yet-slim ultraportable, it's not quite there.

At a Glance

Though the Sony VAIO VPCY218FX has many of the ingredients to be a powerful-yet-slim ultraportable, it's not quite there.

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Pros

  • Includes 3G connectivity
  • Pretty, light, thin, and stylish

Cons

  • Keys are small and fingers slip off easily
  • Awful audio quality
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