|Screen Size||14 inches|
|Screen Resolution||1600 x 900|
|Max Screen Resolution||1600 x 900 pixels|
|Processor||1.8 GHz Core i5 3337U|
|RAM||6 GB DDR3L SDRAM|
|Memory Speed||1600 MHz|
|Hard Drive||750 GB mechanical_hard_drive|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Intel HD 4000|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||2|
|Number of USB 3.0 Ports||2|
Sony VAIO Fit Series SVF14214CXB 14-Inch Core i5 Laptop
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I wanted a new computer with Windows 7 but none could be found, so I settled for this one. I like the looks of it and the weight, but I have zero interest in using Microsoft's tile desktop. To avoid it, all you have to do is hit the Windows button on the keyboard and you'll have what looks pretty much like a Windows 7 desktop. That increased my comfort level considerably.
However, the touch pad has a mind of its own. When typing, I must be swiping the touch pad because windows keep re-sizing themselves. Very frustrating. Speaking of sizing, I don't know whose eyes can see the default font size. I just know for sure it's not my eyes. I've had to go through all my bookmarks, boosting the display to 120% or 133%.
Scrolling is a real pain. I intend to look for instructions on how to use the touch pad with more skill. Everything I've done so far is just following all my learned habits with touch pads, which I've been using exclusively for many years. This touch pad is like nothing I've ever used before. In addition to the scrolling headache, just plain clicking is different. You have to be in the upper center part of the touch pad for the computer to respond.
And now about the "night shift" lighting on the keyboard: It would be fine if I could turn off the lights when I don't want them. They're extremely distracting during daylight. When the room goes dark, the keyboard is great. A nice improvement. But during daylight, the lights that go around the keys are parallel lines of bright lights that glare and distract. The lighting has zero benefit, and a considerable dis-benefit.Read more ›
If you want a laptop which does not reliably connect through wifi unless you disable the internal wifi and buy another part, this is the one for you. Shame on Sony.
Garbage, wont stay connected to wifi for more than 10 sec. Although there are sparse random times when it decides to stay connected for about 1 hr, most of the time it wont connect. Unfortunately with a heavy school load I cant afford the downtime without a computer to return this crap. Dont waste your time or money
The worst thing is that Sony have surrounded themselves with layer upon layer of "customer service" people who they have turned into terrible jobsworths with procedures and rules. They have multiple layers, long queues, they stick to the rules, they don't call back when they promise to do so.
Never, ever buy a Sony Vaio - and if you do, make sure you get the onsite warranty, and a spare laptop for when it's away getting repaired..
Buy a Dell, after it goes bad you'll have enough money to buy a new one.
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Not a good buy.
It stop working two months use. Later on, I had to replace some parts as well but it still run. Read more
One of the first things I did when I got this laptop was to swap out the Broadcom wireless with an Intel wireless card I had from a previous laptop. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Colin MacLean
I BOUGHT THIS WAS WORKING FINE IT NOW NEEDS TO BE REPAIRED AND I SONY CANT FIND THIS AS ONE OF THEIR MODEL NUMBER.Published 17 months ago by Kinda Oneil
here are the details of the laptop I ordered
Intel Core i5-3337U
6 GB DDR3L SDRAM
750 GB 5400 rpm Hard Drive
But what did I receive? Read more
At first I thought I'd write a review of this product, but then thought to myself, why bother? There are nearly 1300 reviews here already. [...]
Awful, awful product.
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