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Sony VAIO RB-series

Sony VAIO RB-series
alaScore 75

2 reviews

Oct, 2019

alaTest has collected and analyzed 2 reviews of Sony VAIO RB-series. The average rating for this product is 3.2/5, compared to an average rating of 4.2/5 for other Desktops for all reviews. People are impressed by the usability. The reliability is also mentioned favorably.

design, reliability, usability

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Desktops the Sony VAIO RB-series is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 75/100 = Good quality.

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Expert review by : Jason Compton (cnet.co.uk)

Sony VAIO RB-series review

 

Sony's new VAIO RB44G HT PC

Clean appearance; versatile set of video inputs and outputs; strong core PC components; room for more hard drives; worthy support.

With no front-panel audio ports and no sound card, audio goes neglected; a dual-core CPU would handle multimedia better than the included single-core 64-bit chip.

This is a solid home-theater PC with basic features, but if you're finicky about audio, you'll want a more configurable system.

Aug, 2005

Expert review by : Jason Compton (cnet.com)

Sony's new VAIO RB44G HT PC

 

We're a little puzzled why Sony offers single-core 64-bit CPUs in its midrange home PC line; it seems that a low-end dual-core chip would be much better suited to the task. But if you're looking for a Windows Media Center starter system, the RB44G has...

Clean appearance; versatile set of video inputs and outputs; strong core PC components; room for more hard drives; worthy support.

With no front-panel audio ports and no sound card, audio goes neglected; a dual-core CPU would handle multimedia better than the included single-core 64-bit chip.

This is a solid home-theater PC with basic features, but if you're finicky about audio, you'll want a more configurable system.

Aug, 2005