Wednesday, February 02, 2005

Sony VAIO VGN-U750P (Review)

PC Magazine reports: "The Sony VAIO VGN-U750P is a neat handheld with a fully functional Windows XP operating system. The only thing missing is a built-in keyboard—and perhaps a compelling reason to need one."

If you're looking for an ultra-compact laptop, then the Sony VAIO VGN-U750P is a new choice. I am not the biggest Sony fan, but I was pretty impressed with the specs on this device.

I still don't know I would do with the device, but I am pretty impressive with what it can do. When you buy an MP3 play, you know that it can play MP3s. Without having a built-in keyboard, the VGN-U750P functionality of the device limited to what you can do with the pointing device. Once you plug in a keyboard, you're good to go.
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