by January 8, 2010 0 comments



Sony has recently been in the news for charging extra for removing the
crapware it installs on the laptops before selling it. The bad press does not
seem to have affected Sony at all, as it continues to launch one Vaio after
another. And we were quite hoping that the machines may have had a performance
boost as well, to get back in the good books of those who were annoyed by Sony’s
crapware saga. The CW15FN definitely is a step in that direction as it offers
the perfect blend of portability, looks and even performance. And it is some
performance.

 Let us inform you about the configuration first- Intel’s Core2 Duo
processor T6600 clocking at 2.20GHz, paired with 3GB RAM and a 320GB hard drive.
The display is a 14 inch HD Ready display with LED backlighting. The performance
offered by the Vaio is much better than expected. The PC Mark score of 5220 is
brilliant, by any stretch of the imagination. The pre installed Windows7 Home
Premium 64-bit will work, and even multi-task with absolutely no slowdowns,
system freeze or ‘out of memory’ errors.

We talked about the HD Ready screen. The screen display is managed by the
more than efficient nVidia GeForce G210M graphics card with 256MB GDDR3 video
memory. The 3D Mark score of 5827 is exceptional, and will put a lot of ‘gaming’
notebooks and desktops to shame.

Sony Vaio CW notebook
Price:
47,990
Recommendation:
Contacts:
Sony India www.sony.co.in

Specs: Intel C2D T6600 @ 2.20GHz, 3GB RAM, 320GB HDD, NVidia Ge Force
G210M 256MB GDDR3, Wi-Fi, bluetooth, Win 7 Home Premium

Visit www.LD2.in for more reviews

SMS Buy 130158 to 56677

Apart from this, there is the usual gamut of features- WiFi, Bluetooth, 3 USB
ports, HDMI, memory card and stick slot and a whole lot of trial software.

Overall, at about Rs 48k, Sony has a winner on its hands with this kind of
performance.

Vishal Mathur

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