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Sony VAIO Y Series Is Sleek and Well-Equipped, but a Little Pricey

At a Glance

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  • Sony VAIO VPCYB15KX/S Notebook
    2.5/5

    The VAIO Y-series strikes a good middle ground between netbook and ultraportable, but for this performance and feature set we'd expect to pay less.

At a Glance

The VAIO Y-series strikes a good middle ground between netbook and ultraportable, but for this performance and feature set we'd expect to pay less.

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Pros

  • Good construction quality
  • Decent built-in software

Cons

  • Tiny touchpad
  • Annoying keyboard
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