Thursday, December 22, 2005

Sony VAIO VGN-T350P laptop review

PcMag Reviews Sony VAIO VGN-T350P and writes :
Sony's newest ultraportable integrates the new mobile wireless, which, until now, had only been found in some Cingular EDGE phones and PC Cards. (EDGE will also be coming to T-Mobile customers this year.) EDGE is a cellular network with theoretical speeds of up to 236 Kbps and typical speeds in the 100- to 160-Kbps range. Whereas you once needed to be within about a 160-foot radius of a wireless access point, you can now wander, say, through Manhattan and remain connected. (View our Cingular Maps to see how widespread the Cingular EDGE network is nationwide.)

The Cingular Connection Manager, which manages all of your laptop's wireless connections, is intuitive and very easy to use. It manages not only your EDGE connection, but the built-in Bluetooth and Intel Pro 802.11g wireless as well. The utility doesn't automatically switch your wireless connections; users can do this manually. In addition, the notebook has an on/off switch that disables all of your wireless radios.

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