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Vaio Z (2021) review – Laptop Mag

When I first checked out the Vaio Z’s benchmarks, I thought it was rather impressive for a laptop that probably costs somewhere between $1,000 to $2,000, but I was shook cold when I saw the actual price: $3,779. Why the hell is this thing so damn expensive? Well, the Vaio Z is one of a kind. It’s the world’s first contoured carbon fiber laptop. But, what does that mean to the average consumer? Probably nothing, apart from it being super lightweight.

The Vaio Z comes with solid performance from its Intel Core i7-11375H processor, a lightning-fast SSD, a beautiful 14-inch, 4K display and long battery life. However, when you consider the price, the lack of ports, the ugly top bezel and a frustrating touchpad, it’s hard to get stoked about its advantages when other laptops can do the same thing but cheaper.

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