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How would you change Sony's VAIO Fit 15?

Daniel Cooper, @danielwcooper
September 7, 2014
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Welcome to How Would You Change, where we ask you to join our forum and talk about what you'd change about a product that has been out on the market for a while. This week, it's Sony's VAIO Fit 15. When we reviewed it, the general consensus was that the unit kicked off back-to-school season on a strong note. Sony's commitment to not scrimping on specs by including high-res screens and backlit keyboards earned high praise, and in fact the overall experience was generally better. In the demerits column was simply the fact that the battery life could have been longer and some wonky build quality issues. The question, therefore, is did your experience mirror ours? Use your indoor voice, please.

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