The Sony TZ91 is available in two flavors. You can get the computer with a standard 5400rpm hard drive, or you can load it up with a 64GB solid state drive (for around a $1000 price premium). Check out this video to watch the SSD toast the moving hard drive by about 12 seconds when booting up. So just what is your time worth again? [sysadmingear]
The only thing certain is that if a perfectly interesting item is posted on Giz about a Windows or Mac machine, it eventually turns into the flame wars that have been in place since the first BBS systems appeared in the early 80's. It is amazing that the technology can continue to advance at this pace, but the humans stay exactly the same.