VAIO E15 NE15V2IN007P 15.6-inch Laptop (AMD R5-3500U/8GB/512GB SSD/FHD Display/Windows 10 Home/Radeon™ Vega 8 Graphics/MS Office 365), Sliver

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  • Processor: AMD R5-3500U processor, 2.1 GHz base processor speed, 3.7 GHz Max speed, 6MB Cache
  • Operating System: Pre-loaded Windows 10 home|Preinstalled Software: None | In the box: Laptop, AC Adapter, User Guide, Cleaning Cloth
  • Display: 15.6-inch screen with (1920X1080)…

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VAIO E15 NE15V2IN007P 15.6-inch Laptop (AMD R5-3500U/8GB/512GB SSD/FHD Display/Windows 10 Home/Radeon™ Vega 8 Graphics/MS Office 365), Sliver
VAIO E15 NE15V2IN007P 15.6-inch Laptop (AMD R5-3500U/8GB/512GB SSD/FHD Display/Windows 10 Home/Radeon™ Vega 8 Graphics/MS Office 365), Sliver

82,999.00

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VAIO E15 and VAIO SE14 Full Specifications | Should You Buy VAIO E15 and SE14 Laptops in 2021??

In this video I will discuss VAIO E15 and VAIO SE14 Full Details Specifications and will also tell Should You Buy VAIO E15 and SE14 Laptops in 2021. As VAIO ...

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Specification: VAIO E15 NE15V2IN007P 15.6-inch Laptop (AMD R5-3500U/8GB/512GB SSD/FHD Display/Windows 10 Home/Radeon™ Vega 8 Graphics/MS Office 365), Sliver

Brand

‎IN-VIRAAT-Vaio-Appario

Item model number

‎NE15V2IN007P

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‎23.9 Centimeters

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‎35.9 x 35.9 x 23.9 cm, 1.59 Kilograms

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‎ALCO ELECTRONICS LIMITED

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‎3 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)

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Item Weight

‎1 kg 590 g

Processor

AMD R5-3500U processor, 2.1 GHz base processor speed, 3.7 GHz Max speed, 6MB Cache

Ports and Optical Drive

1 Micro HDMI, USB 3.1 x 2, USB 3.1 Type-C x 1 (PD 3.0 charging, Display out), Micro SD Card Reader, Combo audio and microphone jack, No Optical Drive

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7 reviews for VAIO E15 NE15V2IN007P 15.6-inch Laptop (AMD R5-3500U/8GB/512GB SSD/FHD Display/Windows 10 Home/Radeon™ Vega 8 Graphics/MS Office 365), Sliver

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  1. vikram

    Was eagerly waiting for Surface Pro 6 to launch. Although i was confused between surface pro and appli ipad. But i think i made the right decision.

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  2. MOSES RAZA KHAN

    All is well.. excellent 8th generation machine, excellent performance, smooth operation of windows 10, beautiful design with studio facility. Better than pro 4 and 5.

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  3. Jitendra Equipment

    The product doesn’t even turn on. Even after charging the surface for 6 hours it isn’t turning on. And when asked for replacement of surface the Amazon people are saying that the product isn’t available for replacement. Should buy it ever.

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  4. Pi G

    Its a lovely device with its features on external aspects. But software issues. Taking notes, windows pen, is leading to rough lines. Not repeatable for long. tip of pen too weak. Pencil input into text is buggy, the write pad crashes or fails to take type into webpages, sometimes even word. So I am basically back to typing on it with logitech k480 keyboard while pen is just for timepass or occasionally adding flowchart into notes.Edit : The one note squiggling of lines occurs when you are not zoomed in to level needed for respective pen, not facing the problem anymore.Crashing of writepad is not occurring anymore after software update.I initially felt its better to have non touch especially when features of windows like Ms word are adapted to that but 2019 version of word is very much touch compatible.Overall, great for mobility but more of a laptop than tablet unlike iPad pro. Can be a good or bad thing depending on you.Edit – Use tablet mode for effective experience of tablet. Really helpful.On screen keyboard has dictation support too. UX getting better.Overall, After four month experience, it couldn’t be a computer without mouse support. I can say, it cannot be traded off for ipad. Surface pro 6 is the best 2in1.Upgrading stars to 5

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  5. Shubhang Vatsa

    It’s a laptop in form of tablet …. You will get all the things running except some exclusive apps on iOS or Android ….. emulator may work or may not …..Do remember that while deciding to buy ……Surface pen is essential but you can skip the keyboard to control the cost ….. Netflix and YouTube works like a charm …. Note taking is veryEffecient …… It’s the perfect 2 in one ……But do consider if you wanna have a big mobile (like iPad ) it’s not that ….. It’s a portable laptopAll Microsoft office software works on it and transfer of data is easy due to usb port ….Other than the iOS exclusives you won’t find anything disappointing ….. It’s a go to option for professionalReview after 4 months of use by a medical student

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  6. Amazon Customer

    The first laptop I ever tested, some time in 2011, was a Sony Vaio model that had aspirations of passing itself off as a gaming laptop. I remember it well because its translucent, neon green case — Nvidia green, was, I believe, the inspiration — is still seared into my brain. It was hideous, and I didn’t ever want to be caught using it.Fast-forward to 2021, and almost exactly a decade later, I’m looking at yet another Vaio – the E15. It’s missing the Sony branding — the two companies parted ways in 2014 — but the design language is familiar.the specs, however, with Vaio offering an AMD Ryzen APU from 2019 — the 3700U — paired with 8 GB RAM and 512 GB of storage is good for great stuff. The design is simple and angular, and somehow reminiscent of the original Vaios. The choice of materials and the simplicity of the design, however, makes it feel like premium.Opening the lid raises the base to improve airflow and reveals a large, 15.6-inch display and a proper keyboard with numpad. The keys are backlit and the trackpad is higly responsive, There’s no Windows Hello compatible webcam or fingerprint reader for logging in, and you power up the device with an archaic, green and glowy power button.The screen is decent, with good contrast but poor colour depth. Reds tend towards orange and videos generally seem a bit washed out. Testing with an i1Display Pro Plus colorimeter confirms my suspicions. Contrast ratio was measured at 1100:1 but colour gamut came in at a mere 57 percent sRGB. Brightness is also a middling 227 nits, which is only enough for indoor use.

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  7. Amazon Customer

    The first laptop I ever tested, some time in 2011, was a Sony Vaio model that had aspirations of passing itself off as a gaming laptop. I remember it well because its translucent, neon green case — Nvidia green, was, I believe, the inspiration — is still seared into my brain. It was hideous, and I didn’t ever want to be caught using it.Fast-forward to 2021, and almost exactly a decade later, I’m looking at yet another Vaio – the E15. It’s missing the Sony branding — the two companies parted ways in 2014 — but the design language is familiar.the specs, however, with Vaio offering an AMD Ryzen APU from 2019 — the 3700U — paired with 8 GB RAM and 512 GB of storage is good for great stuff. The design is simple and angular, and somehow reminiscent of the original Vaios. The choice of materials and the simplicity of the design, however, makes it feel like premium.Opening the lid raises the base to improve airflow and reveals a large, 15.6-inch display and a proper keyboard with numpad. The keys are backlit and the trackpad is higly responsive, There’s no Windows Hello compatible webcam or fingerprint reader for logging in, and you power up the device with an archaic, green and glowy power button.The screen is decent, with good contrast but poor colour depth. Reds tend towards orange and videos generally seem a bit washed out. Testing with an i1Display Pro Plus colorimeter confirms my suspicions. Contrast ratio was measured at 1100:1 but colour gamut came in at a mere 57 percent sRGB. Brightness is also a middling 227 nits, which is only enough for indoor use.

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