"It sounds too good to be true and when you look at the price you might think so. While the laptop is fully customisable, thanks to a new shopping service launched by Sony on its website, the three standard mass market models start at £1599 and creep up every quickly to £1999, and that's before you start opting for a Blu-ray drive or Solid State Drives.
BBC Dragon Peter Jones, who was at the launch, suggested that if it lets you get the job done then £2000 is a small price to pay, but with companies tightening budgets it's a brave move launching a laptop that's so expensive, especially when you think that an Asus Eee PC is a tenth of the price.
Admittedly the Eee PC won't be able to do half the things the TT can do, nor does it look as impressive.
So what's the final verdict? If budget isn't an issue this looks like a fantastic work horse for getting your work done on the road without weighing your bag down. But, like the MacBook Pro's announced by Apple on the 14 October, this isn't one for those worried about cash."