Sony VAIO L Series (VPCL118FGB) touch-screen PC

An all-in-one touch-screen PC that makes for a great media centre and all-round desktop

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  • Expert Rating

    3.75 / 5
  • User Rating

    5.00 / 5 (of 2 Reviews)
  • Price

    $ 2,999.00 (AUD)

User Reviews:




Great overall machine
Media Gallery is quirky
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I purchased a similar version of this machine a few months ago and I am still on the honeymoon. This machine is absolutely wonderful. The screen real estate is large and the picture bright and crisp. I am a heavy user of adobe editing software and can run multiple applications without a hiccup.
The media gallery seems unstable and works off and on. My machine came with 8 gigs of ram and will fit 12. I don't know if I'll push it to 12 or not. At this point I see no need for 12. The bottom line is that this machine is incredible! Oh, I forgot to mention that the touch screen responds like a dream, although I find the mouse easier to use only because I don't like reaching across the desk for every move.

Norbert Schlang



all in idea
missing yr comments on sound quality
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I live in Europe. When will the VPLC be on the market here?

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