Vaio A12 review: Outsmarted from the off

The Vaio brand is back after half a decade in convalescence. This is the hybrid option, the Vaio A12. It is here to offer something a little different to the plain Vaio SX14 laptop.

It has some great strengths, like one of the more comfortable typing experiences you’ll find in a hybrid. And it has the widest array of sockets you’ll see on any hybrid for sale today, that’s for sure.

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