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Hands on: super-thin Sony Vaio X netbook

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8 Oct
2009
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Sony Vaio X netbook

It’s not called the “thinnest and lightest Vaio” for no good reason.

The Vaio X,  Sony’s shiny new Atom-based netbook, went on display today, as the Japanese electronics maker took the wraps off its Fall 2009 lineup of Vaio PCs globally.

At the Singapore launch, Techgoondu managed to get a quick hands-on with the much-awaited Vaio X, which is one of the most eye-catching netbooks this goondu has seen so far.

 
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