SONY VAIO Fit 15E SVF1532M4EB 15.5 Intel® Core i5-4200U with turbo boost / Bluetooth / USB 3.0 / USB 2.0 / 4GB Ram / LED 15.'' screen / HDMI / Win 8.1 £529.98 @ PC World Buisness 8% Quidco - HotUKDeals
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Anyone can by this laptop not just business users

Cracking price for this around £580+ elsewhere. Superfast i5-4200U 1.6Ghz with turboboost upto 2.6Ghz. Comes with USB 3.0 x 3 and USB 2.0 x 2 along with HDMI and 4GB RAM and bluetooth.

Some blurb

Perfect for business, home and education, the Sony VAIO Fit 15E SVF1532M4EB 15.5" Laptop offers fast everyday computing whatever your requirements. Windows 8.1 Pro Windows 8.1 combines the improved usability and performance of Windows 8 with the familiar desktop and navigation of previous generations, so you can explore the new App Store, Live Tiles and Start Screen or boot straight to the traditional home screen for instant access to software and documents. Pro includes all the functionality of Windows 8.1 along with added features designed specifically for business and advanced users, including BitLocker data encryption, remote desktop connectivity and the ability to join business and school networks. Intel® Core™ performance A 4 th generation Intel® Core™ i5-4200U delivers the perfect mixture of performance and efficiency thanks to TurboBoost technology that increases the processor's speed to match the task at hand. Whether you're ploughing through mountains of work, streaming HD media or simply browsing the web, you can expect reliable and effective processing that works as fast as you do. Secure storage Files storage comes courtesy of a 500 GB hard drive that offers plenty of space for media, documents and more, while built-in Cloud connectivity and two USB 3.0 ports make backing up your vital information simple. Impressive audio From enjoying films on the go to streaming music during work hours, whatever your audio source, you can expect impressive clarity and range courtesy of large built-in stereo speakers and an integrated subwoofer. NFC makes sharing your music a breeze; simply touch compatible speakers or headphones to the NFC pad by the keyboard to sync in seconds. With no cables to worry about and simple syncing, it's easy to share your music wherever you are. Convenient connectivity Getting online is easy with integrated WiFi, while built-in Bluetooth 4.0 provides handy cable-free pairing if your wireless speakers of choice don't support NFC. An HDMI port can be used to connect to an external monitor or TV for an expanded dual-screen set up, a duplicated screen for presentations or as a separate large screen display. HDMI supports audio too, so you only need a single cable for large screen, Full HD computing
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#1
Not touch screen?
1368*768 res?
#2
very poor buiold quality on these
#3
It is not sony anymore
#4
"Business" is the word you're looking for ;)
1 Like #5
pcsolutions
very poor buiold quality on these
Where did you hear this ,or do you own one perhaps?
I only see good reviews .I have VAIO Duo 13 ,granted it's not the same but it's certainly well built and I find it hard to believe this quality would be different on the VAIO Fit .
Just wondering.
[HUKD Deal Editor]#6
mardavrio
pcsolutions
very poor buiold quality on these
Where did you hear this ,or do you own one perhaps?
I only see good reviews .I have VAIO Duo 13 ,granted it's not the same but it's certainly well built and I find it hard to believe this quality would be different on the VAIO Fit .
Just wondering.

'very poor buiold quality on these' 8/10 people would back this up with a statement as to why they have reason to think this, I choose to ignore comments like this.

The one thing with posting PC's or Laptops is unfortunately 90% of the time everybody thinks they are the next Bill Gates, where in true reality they dont have a clue what they are typing (_;)
#7
BuzzDuraband
mardavrio
pcsolutions
very poor buiold quality on these
Where did you hear this ,or do you own one perhaps?
I only see good reviews .I have VAIO Duo 13 ,granted it's not the same but it's certainly well built and I find it hard to believe this quality would be different on the VAIO Fit .
Just wondering.

'very poor buiold quality on these' 8/10 people would back this up with a statement as to why they have reason to think this, I choose to ignore comments like this.

The one thing with posting PC's or Laptops is unfortunately 90% of the time everybody thinks they are the next Bill Gates, where in true reality they dont have a clue what they are typing (_;)


My vaio was repaired 3 times due to a light leak on the bezle, Sony later on refunded me as it was classed as a design fault.
1 Like #8
pcsolutions
very poor buiold quality on these

BuzzDuraband
I choose to ignore comments like this.


Fail - you commented on it 8)
[HUKD Deal Editor] 2 Likes #9
Shambles
pcsolutions
very poor buiold quality on these

BuzzDuraband
I choose to ignore comments like this.

Fail - you commented on it 8)

Please notice who I quoted ;) Technically I drifted over the original comment X)
#10
Well... I picked one of these below at Xmas time (with 1TB HDD instead of 750GB):
http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/computing/laptops/laptops/hp-pavilion-15-n297sa-15-6-laptop-21921792-pdt.html
They were at £399.
So £529 for a lesser spec (apart from Win8.1Pro), I don't see this as a deal. All you're doing is paying for the Sony logo.
I hope it's gold for that price difference.
#11
I got this http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00HNQXCXG for £360 .. now 399.. apart from average screen with poor viewing angles it is great.
#12
pcsolutions


My vaio was repaired 3 times due to a light leak on the bezle, Sony later on refunded me as it was classed as a design fault.

a leak?
http://media.giphy.com/media/10UNS0llDNcm4w/giphy.gif
#13
Do not buy fit 15e's, I have one myself and others have also reported to have a massive build issue involving the wifi. I cannot get good connection if im upstairs and the router is downstairs. Apparently you can fix it by replacing the wifi card, but it requires removing the whole shell to get to it.

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