When we played World of Warcraft at x resolution, the VAIO E managed a smooth-as-butter 60 frames per second, 15 frames better than the category average of 45 fps and nearly double that of the Satellite L 31 fps. Sony tells us that a x resolution screen configuration of the VAIO E will be available soon, but right now you’re stuck with the standard x display, even if you’re playing high def Blu-ray discs. After playing a Hulu video at full screen for 15 minutes, we measured the keyboard at an acceptable 95 degrees Fahrenheit, the touchpad at a reasonable 94 degrees, and the bottom at a somewhat warm degrees. The front lip has headphone and microphone ports and two different memory card readers: Email Name Comment Firstname. Rather than sitting in the middle of the deck, the VAIO E’s touchpad is positioned left of center and directly beneath the space bar. Though the notebook’s speakers got fairly loud as we streamed tunes from Napster.
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