The world of mobile networking had improved significantly over the years, gone were years ago whereby small laptops were expensive and relatively heavy too. Information technology and innovation had witnessed the birth of a new series of small laptops known as notebooks or netbooks.
Today, as I promised to my readers in my earlier post, presenting to everybody, the SONY VAIO W, a photojournalistic journey into a mobile leisure lifestyle with SONY VAIO W. The technical aspects and first review of the SONY VAIO W had been documented in my personal blog and do drop by to check out my Review Part One !
Nowadays, people are always on the move, with their notebooks or netbooks, armed with their high tech mobile phones or smartphones, MP3 players or portable game consoles. Being a person that is always on the move, the SONY VAIO W fits in nicely into my active lifestyle, at 1.19kg, it’s light, handy and slots nicely into various bags !
The SONY VAIO W slots in nicely into my leather bag, when I do not need to carry too many things out and this leather bag allows me to carry the SONY VAIO W along with my other high tech accessories and personal belongings. Overall, it doesn’t feel heavy too !
Due to my various photography equipment and demands of the photography shoot (leisure or projects), it would usually be packed with my following photography equipment
– Canon 30D
– EF 17-40mm F4 L USM
– EF 70-200mm F4 L USM
– Sigma DG 500 Super
– Spare batteries, CF Cards, cables and cleaning cloth
Besides that, I would be bringing water along for my photography shoot, with all those equipment packed inside my backpack. With all the equipment, it’s quite heavy and with a 12inch or 14inch laptop, it makes the backpack even heavier. With the SONY VAIO W, it not only slots in nicely into my backpack, it also serves as a good traveling notebook to store photos taken, surf the internet while resting or when traveling from places to places, locally or holidays overseas.
Now ….. would you like to own a SONY VAIO W ? 😉