Sony Vaio P

January 8, 2009

VAIO P, the world’s lightest 8-inch netbook at just 1.4 pounds. The Vista-based device packs a 1,600 x 768 resolution LED-backlit XBRITE-ECO LCD display, 802.11n WiFi, 3G WWAN, Bluetooth, a battery good for four hours and a GPS module. You’ll also find an instant-on mode that launches directly into Sony’s Xross Media Bar interface, and the inbuilt webcam for video chats. It’ll start shipping in early next month starting from USD900.

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Sony Vaio L

April 10, 2007

A laptop is something that you put on your lap… A notebook is something you fold into two… A desktop is something desk bound… A Vaio L is a portable desktop with the components of a notebook or laptop combined with the presentable grace of a desktop. Why follow a form or function when you don’t even know if it actually work how you want it to work.

I wanted a personal computer that I can sometimes use for presentation and do file transfer on the go… and not something I want to carry around everyday. Sony did just that and I feel that there is a strong consumer demand for this… now what it needs is being cheap. SGD3099 is a nice price for this PC currently for its configuration but not mass market enough. Can Dell or Acer do something for the mass?

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Looking like a cake box with a chopping board, the TP1 comes with a HDMI port, DVD burner,  memory card slot, a USB port, headphone jack, built-in Wi-Fi and Windows Vista Home Premium. Including the wireless keyboard at USD1,600.

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USB enabled for power directly from your computer, 800dpi resolution, the Polytetrafluoroethylene (aka Teflon) underside for super smooth glide (and it doesn’t stick when you fry an egg on it), 10m bluetooth range, and stylish but hand/wrist killing  form factor, all for only USD85.

Maybe it skips on water too…

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Sony’s ultra-portable VAIO® VGN-N130G/W notebook features an Intel® Core™ Duo processor, built-in editing software suite for photos and videos, CD/DVD burner, 15.4″ widescreen display with XBRITE-ECO™ LCD technology, 802.11 a/b/g wireless LAN and is “Windows Vista™ Premium Ready”.

Maybe fans of Apple will mistake it for Macbook Pro and buy it…

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For James Bond wannabes, even if your looks are rejected, getting the Sony VGNTX007C Limited Edition Spy Gear can still attract some good stares. 

Sony’s 007 Edition VAIO TX ultraportable, 1 inch thick and weighing 2.8 pounds comes with a matching Attaché briefcase. The 11.1-inch machine touts a carbon fiber enclosure, WXGA XBRITE display, 1.2GHz Core Solo, 1GB DDR2 RAM, 80GB 4200RPM hard drive, dual-layer DVD burner, and a “privacy screen” that blurs all on-screen content to your ‘enemies’ not looking head-on. The Casino Royale-approved device also touts audio in / out, Ethernet, USB 2.0, FireWire, MS/MSPro reader, PCMCIA, and the WiFi / Bluetooth that no undercover assassin could function without.

For snapping up those sexy photos of your pretty assistant, Sony bundles in a DSC-T50B (“B” for Bond) which has the same specs found on its less-secretive sibling, but sports a sleek, black finish and the obligatory 007 logo. Live like Bond for just USD4,299.99.

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Sony Vaio C

September 30, 2006

Its suppose to express your personality, reflects individuality, compliment your wardrobe? Maybe we should start thinking about how we can change the shapes too… I don’t feel like being green or pink all the time…

Built with Core 2 Duo, 13.3 inches screen with energy-saving XBRITE-ECO™ LCD technology, built in 802.11a/b/g wireless connectivity and a DVD burner.

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