Sony Vaio LV250B Review Holland MI

Sony's Vaio LV250B is the follow-up PC to the debut LV100 series of desktop PCs and this all-in-one remains just as feature-rich and versatile as the original in Holland.

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Sony Vaio LV250B Review

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Author: Gill Critchley

The Vaio works just like an HDMI-equipped video monitor and makes up for what it might lack compared with other all-in-ones. HP's TouchSmart in particular has a larger 25.5-inch display, that series' hallmark touch-screen capability, and offers a similar core configuration for about the same price as this Sony, including a Blu-ray drive in the top model. It is clear why people would opt for the HP in favour of the Sony because of the TouchSmart's larger screen, not to mention its touch-based input. However; the Sony Vaio LV250B may have a smaller screen but it still provides raw functionality provided by the Sony's HDMI input.

If the HP TouchSmart can be compared with the Vaio LV250B in its screen size and home entertainment features, Apple's 24-inch iMac makes an ideal comparison for computing. The two are actually very close in core features. The Apple has a larger hard drive, but Sony's CPU, graphics chip, and Blu-ray drive are all more robust. Sony also has the edge over many all-in-ones as it has opted for a desktop CPU, where most of its competitors use slower mobile chips. Dell's Core 2 Quad-based XPS One 24 is an exception. Results show that the chip serves the Dell well enough compared with the Sony and its other Windows-based competition on our multitasking test, but overall, Apple has a firm grip on multitasking. Otherwise, the Sony's fast dual-core chip serves it well on applications that are particularly sensitive to core processing speed and this makes sense for a PC designed primarily for media consumption.

If you need to do a task, for example; converting a large batch of files from one format to another on your PC, then you’ll find that the fast CPU is welcome. For more general productivity oriented tasks, especially when you're switching between many applications, either the quad-core-based Dell or the hyper-efficient iMac are probably better bets for you.

Sony’s LV250B is one of the best multimedia desktop PCs out there at the moment with some of the best computer accessories , including; a wireless mouse and keyboard. If you’re after a PC then a good idea is to compare prices so that you see all the deals on cheap desktop computers

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About the Author:
Gill Critchley is a UK based author with experience within the financial industry centering on the insurance sector.

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