Sony VAIO Z Series Laptop, Intel Core i7 2620M 2.7GHz, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, 13.1" TFT, DVDRW,  £2552 @ Ebuyer
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Sony VAIO Z Series Laptop, Intel Core i7 2620M 2.7GHz, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, 13.1" TFT, DVDRW, £2552 @ Ebuyer

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Found 1st Feb 2012
Processor
Intel Core i7-2620M 2.7GHz
Turbo Boost up to 3.4GHz
4MB L3 Cache
Intel HM67 Express Chipset
Memory
8GB DDR3 SDRAM 1333MHz
Configuration 2 x 4GB
2 x soDIMM slot
Hard Drive
256GB Solid State Drive
Optical Drive
DVD Writer
Software
Operating System: Genuine Windows 7 Professional 64bit with Service Pack 1
VAIO Gate
VAIO Care
VAIO Transfer Support,
VAIO Update,
VAIO Smart network
Microsoft Office Starter 2010,
Windows Live Essentials 2011,
Adobe Reader 10
McAfee Internet Security 30 day subscription,
McAfee Online Backup - Powered by Mozy 30 day subscription
Internet Explorer 9
Display
13.1” VAIO Display Premium
Resolution: 1600 x 900
Graphics
Intel HD Graphics 3000 (on main unit)
Audio
Built-in Speakers
Built-in Microphone
Dolby Home Theater v4
Input Devices
Keyboard and Touchpad
Fingerprint Reader
Networking
LAN: 1000BASE-T/100BASE-TX/10BASE-T
WLAN: 802.11 a/b/g/n
Max Date Rate: 300 Mbps (RX) / 300 Mbps (TX) (RX) / (TX)
Bluetooth standard Ver. 2.1+EDR
Power Supply
Lithium polymer Battery
Battery Life up to 7 hours
Dimensions
Width 330 mm
Depth 210 mm
Height 16.65 mm
Weight 1.18 kg
Interfaces
1 x USB 2.0
1 x Headphone Jack
1 x HDMI
1 x VGA Output
Expansion
SD Card Slot
Warranty / Miscellaneous
1 Year Manufacturer Warranty
HD web camera powered by "Exmor"
Fingerprint Reader
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27 Comments
Only dual core
Isn't worth it for even half the price. Cold
WOW if only!
Either Ebuyer have accidently put a '2' in front of the price or have accidently put Sony instead of Apple
Edited by: "wonneil" 1st Feb 2012
Wow, coooold!
Unknown brand. better with a mac.
um.....
.........
hahahahahahahahaha
COLD AS ICE! Not even worth half that price.
bloody freezing
You'd have to be a real enthusiast to shell out over 2K for a laptop nowdays.
brrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr
kabs

You'd have to be a real enthusiast to shell out over 2K for a laptop … You'd have to be a real enthusiast to shell out over 2K for a laptop nowdays.



or an idiot
Wow. Would def get an i7 Mac Air over this (and buy an iPhone with the change).

And I'm sure even Apple haters would rather get an i7 Mac Air over this.
at this price should have Blue Ray writer!!!
leitchyleck

at this price should have Blue Ray writer!!!



Or **** out golden eggs!
This thing makes a macbook look like a bargain!
wow it has a turbo boost button, will it jump across bridges like knight riders kitt?
If your getting a laptop with an SSD and 8GB of ram included your an idiot. Your paying literally twice as much for the SSD thats half the speed, then 4 times as much for the extra 4GB of ram.
sosrandom

If your getting a laptop with an SSD and 8GB of ram included your an … If your getting a laptop with an SSD and 8GB of ram included your an idiot. Your paying literally twice as much for the SSD thats half the speed, then 4 times as much for the extra 4GB of ram.



Not quite sure what point you're making, why would you be an idiot to buy a laptop with both SSD and RAM - are you comparing SSD memory with RAM? If so, your premise id flawed; SSDs contain non-volatile memory, which is more expensive and complex than RAM. Or do you want to wipe your storage every time you switch your laptop off..?
Agent-006

no usb 3.0 i just bought this £400 … no usb 3.0 i just bought this £400 https://www.saveonlaptops.co.uk/Acer_Aspire_5750_1086986.html



You reckon?!
Forgive me No8, but I believe what sosrandom is trying to get across, is that an SSD and a 4GB ram upgrade may be cheaper to buy individually, rather than to have ordered in a bespoke machine. Whilst, I would not like to profess an opinion with regards to that, I think it is quite apparent that sosrandom is not trying to suggest an equivalency of RAM and SSD
ThePhysiologist

Forgive me No8, but I believe what sosrandom is trying to get across, is … Forgive me No8, but I believe what sosrandom is trying to get across, is that an SSD and a 4GB ram upgrade may be cheaper to buy individually, rather than to have ordered in a bespoke machine. Whilst, I would not like to profess an opinion with regards to that, I think it is quite apparent that sosrandom is not trying to suggest an equivalency of RAM and SSD



Got you. It was the "SSD thats half the speed" that confused me; half the speed of what?
No8

It was the "SSD thats half the speed" that confused me; half the speed of … It was the "SSD thats half the speed" that confused me; half the speed of what?


I presume he meant that SSDs that come pre-installed in laptops will typically be older generation and slower than if you bought a newer generation one yourself from a retail channel.
tomwatts

Unknown brand. better with a mac.



Like what you did there
ROFLMAO!
Agharta

I presume he meant that SSDs that come pre-installed in laptops will … I presume he meant that SSDs that come pre-installed in laptops will typically be older generation and slower than if you bought a newer generation one yourself from a retail channel.



Hell of a presumption!
waaaayyy too cheap.
dry and cold as the weather today
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