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It almost sounds like a fairy tale when it comes to what Sony has created with the new Z models: An Sony Vaio VPCZ134GXB Infineon thin How this is possible? Many have tried and failed so far, until now: An external graphics solution that is supposed to help mobile notebooks to improve their performance at will.

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The main problem thus far: A relevant high performance external interface for the exchange of data to and from the notebook was missing, which is able to also serve the integrated display at peak performance. This problem has now apparently been solved by Sony thanks Sony Vaio VPCZ134GXB Infineon the new Intel Light Peak technology - an external monitor makes a lot more sense. Does that mean everything is perfect? More on this in the following review.

Case When it comes to Sony's top of the range models, these have for the past several years been of the favorite 'small black' variety. This options is of course not completely arbitrary, since this is also supposed to Sony Vaio VPCZ134GXB Infineon the material value of the notebook.

The online configuration tool on Sony's website in addition also provides three further designs: Blue, gold, and premium carbon. Carbon is the material used by Sony to achieve the best possible performance to weight ratio. The Japanese manufacturer declares an official thickness of 1. We measured to make sure: Optically the case can definitely make a good impression: Elegant, simple, understatement par excellence would be fitting. When it comes to handling the device it quickly becomes obvious though that we are dealing with a plastic case in the sub euros class. The satin surfaces are good at concealing finger prints and dust particles, and definitely feel qualitative.

Paint problems, uneven gaps, or Sony Vaio VPCZ134GXB Infineon a wobbly battery? Sony has been known for not always taking the precision of the battery Sony Vaio VPCZ134GXB Infineon too seriously in the past.

This shortcoming was however obviously avoided intentionally with these high-end models. Compared to its counterparts in the 13 inch segment, such as the MacBook Air or the Samsungs X3ASony Vaio VPCZ134GXB Infineon which the battery can either not be removed or only after taking apart the case warranty? Changing this is therefore possible, but only with a lot of effort. The remaining components cannot be accessed however, with the exception of taking apart the whole case.

What for though, the RAM is soldered in place - which prevents any further future upgrades. And also the Solid State Drive has a special format which prevents an easy exchange. Those that want to take a look at the inside of the Vaio VPC-Z21 anyway can do that by watching this video.

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Before we continue, just another quick note regarding the case: The attractive optical appearance and high quality feel aren't quite matched by the stability of the case. The base unit can easily be dented somewhat by a little Sony Vaio VPCZ134GXB Infineon in the area around the palm resting area, as well as the keyboard wireless switch. This becomes more apparent when it comes to the display. The lid of the only 5 millimeter thin component may not let any pressure through to the sensitive display panel, but it can be warped easily.


Merely two fingers are enough to create a lot of bending. The left side is primarily occupied by the generously sized cooling vent. The VGA port in the rear region attests how close the case is to its limits when it comes to thickness. At first glance the interface for the Power Dock is not discernible from that of a conventional USB port, this wouldn't allow the Sony Vaio VPCZ134GXB Infineon to work though.


When taking a closer look, two small optical elements as well as the appropriate counterparts can be seen in the USB 3. Thus we are Sony Vaio VPCZ134GXB Infineon with one of the first series production notebooks with an incorporated optical interface technology, which is based on Intel's Thunderbolt previously Light Peak Sony Vaio VPCZ134GXB Infineon, even if adapted by Sony for a proprietary solution. The current Apple notebooks may also use this technology, but this still uses a copper circuit data transfer route which can be implemented much more cheaply. At present Intel prefers the Mini DisplayPort as standard, and thus future accessories will likely not be compatible for users of the Sony Z21 with the Thunderbolt interface.


An important point in the press release for the VPC-Z21 is the possible multi-monitor operation, with up to 4 displays including the notebook display itself. The first thing we did was to test the VGA port directly on the notebook with a Dell Wfp monitor using the maximum resolution x Title: Sony Vaio VPCZGX/B Infineon TPM Software Sony Vaio VPCZ134GXB Infineon name. Title: Sony Vaio VPCZ21TGX/B Infineon TPM Package for Windows 7 MB fast download Sony Vaio VPCZGX/B Infineon TPM Software.

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