Sony VAIO XL1 Digital Living System

alaTest a collecté et analysé 34 avis de consommateurs et d'experts pour le produit Sony VAIO XL1 Digital Living System. La note moyenne du produit est 2.9 sur 5, tandis que les autres Ordinateurs de bureau ont une note moyenne de 4.1 sur 5. Les testeurs apprécient le design mais les testeurs sont moins positifs sur l'ergonomie.


utilisabilité, fiabilité, taille, valeur

Après analyse des notes de consommateurs et d'experts, de l'âge du produit ainsi que d'autres facteurs, et comparé aux autres Ordinateurs de bureau, le Sony VAIO XL1 Digital Living System obtient un alaScore™ de 76/100 = Bien.

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Avis d'utilisateur ( review summary for Sony VAIO XL1 Digital Living System


alaTest has collected and analyzed 29 user reviews of Sony VAIO XL1 Digital Living System from The average user rating for this product is 2.9/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.0/5 for other Desktops on Views are divided on the reliability, but some have doubts about the price and usability.

usability, price

66% of the reviews on give this product a positive rating.

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Oct. 2018

Avis d'expert par : Paul Miller (

Sony VAIO XL1 Digital Living System Media Center PC


Well Sony is swinging around those new VAIO X Media Center boxes we mentioned a bit ago. The VAIO XL1 Digital Living System includes HDMI video out, WiFi, an external DVD changer, and a wireless keyboard with track pad. PC Magazine has the review, and...

Oct. 2005

Avis d'expert par : Dan Ackerman (

Sony VAIO XL1 Digital Living System


Just as Microsoft rolls out support for multidisc changers in its Media Center Edition OS, Sony unveils a new Media Center system with a 200-disc DVD changer. Designed as a living-room computer, the rack-style black-and-silver box is high-end high...

Slick, inventive design; dual-core CPU; HDMI output.

Has trouble ripping large numbers of discs; lacks common PC A/V ports; small hard drive; no mouse included.

The Sony VAIO XL1 DLS breaks some new ground for the living-room PC, but the wonky 200-disc changer hurts its overall appeal.

Nov. 2005

Editor's Choice!

Avis d'expert par (

Sony VAIO XL1 Digital Living System


The XL1 Digital Living System consists of two halves: the VGX-XL1A main unit and the VGP-XL1B 200-disc CD/DVD changer. The XL1B is the muscle of the system. You can load 200 CDs into the changer, call up the MCE interface, select the "manage discs"...

Included DVD and CD changer. Wireless keyboard/touchpad combo complements IR remote. More input/output ports than on any other Media Center. 802.11g Wi-Fi

Changer is loud during some operations. Requires HDMI compatible TV for best picture quality. Single SDTV tuner. Smallish hard drive. Only a 90-day Norton Internet Security subscription

Sony VAIO XL1 Digital Living System won't replace your notebook or desktop PC, but it fast approaches Media Center nirvana.

Avis d'expert par (

Sony VGX-XL1 Intel Pentium D 820 2.8GHz Media Center


Now this is what I'm talking about. Sony computers have finally got it right in making a great media center computer. Without any other considerations, the look alone put it way ahead of many of their competitors in terms of style and design.

The high price tag does put it out of the range of many people. Simple designs lead to lower costs, which is often a priority for many people. But in the end, the styling and ease of use are the best features, putting media center PCs comfortably in...

Mai 2006

Avis d'expert par : Redactie PC Magazine (

Sony VAIO XL1 Digital Living System


De perfecte Media Center-pc?

Fév. 2006