Sony Vaio Ux 50

By: Eden Ali

This microtablet comes out with an innovative, light weight, attached keypad, intuitional user interface, two integrated cameras, lots of ports for connections, and good screen resolution for viewing files.

Unfortunately, it has a high market price, small with a high screen reflection, short battery life, and it is uncomfortable using the keyboard for typing for a long time.

Despite its disadvantages, Sony Vaio UX is still among the best small tablets that exist.

With its small size, its features are impressive. They include two built-in cameras, and a fingerprint scanner, also a headphone and microphone cable system, a USB port, a slot for a memory stick, and a Compact Flash reader. Its network connections on the Japanese model are 802.11a/b/g WLAN and a Bluetooth. The American version features a Cingular EDGE WWAN.

sony vaio ux 50

The system also features a dock that adds FireWire, a VGA, and 3 other USB ports, with also an Ethernet cable system. All its ports and connections system matches any of the . The only thing missing is an optical drive that transfers DVDs to the HDD, and maybe support features for more media card formats.

It also a has a dimension of 5.9 inches width, 3.7 inches depth(extendable to 5.1 inches), 1.5 inches thick, and a weight of 1.6 pounds. This really makes it very compact. It also has 4.5 inches wide screen display, with a resolution of 1024 x 600.

Despite its tiny size, it has an Intel Core Solo CPU, and operates on a Windows XP version, and a touch screen feature. has buttons that assist you move around without a mouse.

But the didn't meet the Microsoft's standard in its Windows XP home instead of the Tablet version.

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