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Sony VAIO VPCZ125GX 13.1-inch Notebook (Page 2)

By Shane McGlaun on Sep 9, 2010 09:40 pm CDT
Rating: 97%Manufacturer: Sony

Sony VAIO VPCZ125GX

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The good news is that the screen on this notebook is not as glossy as some other notebooks I have tested, so you get less glare than you might expect. It's hard to see in this picture, but the front edge of the machine has the headphone and mic ports, wireless on/off switch, and the memory card reader.

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The Sony VAIO VPCZ125GX is offered in black or silver. My test unit was a matte black finish that hides fingerprints and smudges well.

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The Sony VAIO VPCZ125GX has a lot of space between the keys. Sony could have made the keys considerably larger, but the right shift key is the right size. You can also see the fingerprint reader between the track pad keys and the control for the power sipping Hybrid Graphics System.

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The left side of the machine has the power adapter port in the hinge area, a cooling grate, Kensington lock port, Ethernet port, HDMI out, a pair of USB ports and the expansion card slot.

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The right side of the machine has the power button in the hinge area, VGA output, USB port and the optical drive.

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