Sony Vaio Flip 15 Review

Sony Vaio Flip 15 Rating

Sony Vaio Flip 15 Rating
8.36

Overall

9/10

    Speed

    8/10

      Design

      9/10

        Graphics

        7/10

          Battery

          8/10

            Pros

            • Decent Originality
            • Exceptional Development
            • Powerful

            Cons

            • Screen glossy
            • Low Electric battery

            The Sony Vaio Flip 15 is a slim 15-inch hybrid laptop. It features a fourth-gen Intel Core i7 CPU and 8GB RAM with a 1TB 7,200rpm hard drive, but no discrete Graphics Processing Unit

            With a button swipe, it literally flips backwards converting from a laptop to a kiosk mode and finally to a tablet. The brushed metal aluminum design gives it a monochromatic look and the backlit keyboard is just beautiful to use.

            It works better in the laptop mode since it is not entirely flat in the tablet mode giving a less than satisfying experience to the user. At the price, this isn’t an everyday portable laptop, but it’s decent for occasional use.

            The fancy-pants of multi-way PC, Flip 15 measuring 15.6” and at 1920×1082 features the mid-lid hinge that proves the high-standard of design from the house of Sony. Digital artists find this device especially useful because of its vivid display and excellent photo and video capture.
            Sony VAIO Flip 15 specs include a 1600MHz SDRAM of 8 GB, Graphics 4400 from Intel HD and storage of 1TB.

            Pros
            Touch screen
            Slim and sleek design
            Transition from laptop to tablet and back to laptop is much more smoother than its counterparts

            Cons
            No Optical drive
            Average battery life
            Tablet does not lie flat on surface
            LSI: Sony, Sony VAIO Flip 15, Sony VAIO Flip 15 specs


             

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