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Avail all kind of repairing service with grade A parts for VAIO Z Canvas in UK

Feb 11th 2019 at 2:13 AM

VAIO products were state of the art in a glorious decade of technology. They made Ultra books years ago, before Intel coined the name. They made Windows handheld PCs that really fit in the palm of your hand before the iPhone and smartphone waves struck. The preference for Japanese technology was the mantra. Of course, the price was not quite out the window, but these products were always expensive. People paid because the products were "like no other", as Sony once said in their marketing line. Sony's vision for the VAIO line fluctuated at a time when quarterly results became more important than innovation, and VAIOs turned into mill laptops with too much bloat ware and lower price tags. Sony still brought some new convertible notebooks to market, such as the VAIO Duo and the short-lived, but actually pretty good VAIO Flip, but most of the line had lost its inspiration.

In 2014, Sony sold its VAIO PC business and its VAIO brand to Japan Industrial Partners, a privately owned investment firm. Sony held a 5% stake in the new company and continued to sell VAIO PCs in Japan through the Sony website. 250 to 300 Sony employees worked for the new company, including R & D, hoping VAIO's philosophy of quality and high-end design could continue. JIP said they would first sell VAIO laptops in Japan and consider returning to the US market. The VAIO Z Canvas is the first US product that has been available in Japan for several months. This is the VAIO, which clearly signals the return of the size the brand offered in its heyday. It has everything you could want from a powerful Windows tablet or a 2-in-1 convertible, and I mean everything. This kind of technology is something that only the old Sony could achieve - put a powerful 15-inch quad-core laptop into a 12.5-inch slim tablet.

Design, connectors and keyboard:

The VAIO Z Canvas is housed in an anodized aluminum case that looks like the MacBook Pro. It feels first-rate and is extremely stiff, although it is not very thin. VAIO could not make it incredibly thin, but still offers a healthy set of full-size ports: two USB 3.0 ports, HDMI, 3.5mm audio, an SD card slot, Gigabit Ethernet, and a mini-display -Connection. This is a better choice of ports than some 13.3-inch Ultrabooks. We are impressed that Sony has found space for these connections in addition to the quad-core CPU and a powerful battery.

The rear stand is a thing of technical beauty. It's a pop-down hinge that provides just the right amount of resistance to keep the Z-screen at any angle with minimal jump. Just slide it into the angle you want, even a low angle to draw, and it stays in place. This is the first time I have seen this type of hinge and it has been done perfectly. However, it is a center stand, so he cannot rest on his feet like Surface Pro 4 (he sits between his legs. This is not a light tablet. Like the Toshiba Portege WT20 12.5 "Windows Tablet, the Surface Pro 4 and the" Clipboard "weigh 1.6 kg, which is the price we have for the quad-core CPU, the big battery, the warm construction It's best suited for drawing and writing on a table or stand The included keyboard weighs 0.75 kg and is extreme thanks to the aluminum back that serves as the cover for the tablet thin yet stiff The cover is in place and does not wobble and does not dissolve like the keyboard cover of the similarly designed Sony VAIO Tap 11.

The keyboard has short but not immovable travels that are more than the 12 "MacBook and similar to the Surface Book. The island style keyboard is tactile and quiet. It is easy to use and I have written this review with great accuracy on it - The keyboard has a 3-position slider: Off, On and Trackpad Off. This trackpad is quite large and works better than many Windows trackpads except when charging the tablet: Place the tablet on the tablet as a cover and connect the keyboard with two charging pins to prevent the keyboard from leaking, it has a micro USB port if you need to charge the keyboard separately More information about a charge: Note that the keyboard of our unit is actually empty, if you have left it in the loading position for one day, we hope that this is a defect in our unit or a fault, ie he is eliminated.

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