Sony VAIO VPCF114FX

Sony VAIO VPCF114FX

Electronics
$400

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Sony VAIO VPCF114FX is a 16.4-Inch laptop designed by Sony as part of the VAIO series. It has an Intel Core i7 Quad Core Processor, 4GB RAM, 128GB SSD, Nvidia GeForce GT 310M and a Windows 10 OS.

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What the community says about Sony VAIO VPCF114FX

  • Keith Alexander
    Written on May 19, 2018
    "While the graphics card and processor are a bit outdated currently, for the price, this thing is a real workhorse! The aesthetics are not exactly stunning, but under the hood you'll find a laptop that would have come at a premium just a couple years ago. Great for light gaming on the go, but don't try to run this year's AAA titles on it, or you will be sorely disappointed."
    Vincent Perkins
    Written on May 21, 2018
    "Sony VAIO Laptop PC VPCF114FX, Intel Core i7 Quad Core up to 2.80Ghz, 128GB SSD Solid State Drive, 4GB DDR3, Nvidia GeForce 512mbs Dedicated Graphics, Backlit Keyboard, Microsoft Office and Windows 10, New Back Lid Cover and Keyboard, New Battery, Excellent Condition, please see the detailed pictures for the cosmetic condition. "
  • Benjamin Hernandez
    Written on May 20, 2018
    "This laptop is great but it could use some more RAM in my opinion. The processor and the screen size definitely make this one a stand out."
  • Navya Malik
    Written on May 19, 2018
    "Sony VAIO Laptop PC VPCF114FX, Intel Core i7 Quad Core up to 2.80Ghz, 128GB SSD Solid State Drive, 4GB DDR3, Nvidia GeForce 512mbs Dedicated Graphics, Backlit Keyboard, Microsoft Office and Windows 10, New Back Lid Cover and Keyboard, New Battery, Excellent Condition, please see the detailed pictures for the cosmetic condition."
  • George Han
    Written on May 18, 2018
    "I've had this laptop for years and it's still working pretty well for me with light browsing. It's a bit older, but the hardware was really good at the time of manufacture. The build quality is a bit lacking and I had to replace the keyboard, but other than that it runs very well for the time I've had it. It's a bit slower with Windows, but booting into Linux is a great experience."
  • Jordan Phillips
    Written on May 14, 2018
    "I was in need of an excellent gaming laptop since I do a lot of travel, but am also a serious PC gamer. In my past experience my biggest problem was they'd always be quick to go out-of-date and I'd have to buy a completely new one within a year or two at most. This Sony VAIO, however, is so powerful that it's not only met but exceeded my needs and expectations with it's i7 Quad Core Processor and Nvideo GeForce graphics. I will be doing some serious gaming on this bad boy for quite some time. I couldn't ask for a better laptop on my budget. Great price, great computer."
  • Jin Yi
    Written on May 23, 2018
    "Sony VAIO VPCF114FX is a 16.4-Inch laptop designed by Sony as part of the VAIO series. It has an Intel Core i7 Quad Core Processor, 4GB RAM, 128GB SSD, Nvidia GeForce GT 310M and a Windows 10 OS."
  • Eugene Fowler
    Written on May 14, 2018
    "The Sony VAIO VPCF114FX is a bit dated for a laptop. Even though it does come with a 2.80Ghz processor, some of the other features leave little to be desired. In my opinion, you can easily find another laptop with the same processor speed and more up to date hardware in the market at a lower cost."
  • Patrick Diaz
    Written on May 15, 2018
    "I wanted a smallish PC-based laptop to dual boot Android. Prior to this purchase, I tried several variations, like detatchables and other "flip" designs. I first settled on the Lenovo Yoga 720, which was a beautiful machine. But to my dismay, that machine will not allow you to dual boot into any linux-based operating systems. I spent nearly 2 weeks struggling with various OS installs, like Remix, Phoenix, and the stock Android x86 builds, to no avail. I finally learned through more research that the Raid-0 configuration of the SSD (implemented by Lenovo supposedly to make it run faster?) was incompatible with all Linux based systems. You didn't get an error, it just wouldn't install or run. Add insult to injury, the Lenovo Yoga 720 has NO legacyBIOS support, it is UEFI only. Lenovo claims this is because Microsoft required it of them. Microsoft said "it isn't us". So...Lenovo has some issues to work through on their newer Yoga lines in that regard."
  • Adam Fields
    Written on May 17, 2018
    "This laptop had all the power I needed and then some. The only drawback was the lack of RAM, but everything else about it was great. The RAM is easily upgradable though, so it was easy to make this laptop really great."
  • Wang Ren
    Written on May 12, 2018
    "Works good for now, really fast, like Mac Pro, and I am still amazed how lightweight it is. I was in doubt whether to buy Vaio or Samsung, since I did not want another Mac. Great display, supposedly is better for your eyes than an LCD screen, and the fact that it has 3 usb ports for such a lightweight laptop is great too. Beautiful design. You can bring it anywhere really."
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