The Sony Vaio X is so thin and so light, even photos don't do it justice, so we've included a video review. The half inch thick, 1.5 lb. Sony Vaio X has an 11.1" LED display, yet it looks and feels nothing like popular 11" ultralights on the market. The display is typical Sony; bright, saturated and high res and the carbon fiber body is typical Sony chic and strong. The Vaio X runs Windows 7 Home Premium on a 2GHz Intel Atom CPU with 2 gigs of RAM and your choice of a 64 or 128 gig SSD drive. It has WiFi 802.11n, Bluetooth + EDR, Verizon EV-DO Rev. A and a GPS. There are plenty of ports and the notebook comes with a standard battery and an extended battery that's good for 10 or more hours. If extreme portability and stamina are your thing, the X has it in a beautiful package.
The Sony Vaio X and the MacBook Air.
Read our Sony Vaio X review.