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While the Xbox 360 saw solid gains against the PlayStation 3, roles have switched in the next-gen era. Sony's PlayStation 4 has found its way into nearly 9 million homes to date, while the Xbox One has only sold around 5 million units. This describes Sony's opportunity, and according to a new report, it's betting hard... Read more...
Sony is officially leaving the PC business. Instead, the company will focus on smartphones and tablets and also work to make its TV unit profitable. The venerable company has been trying to turn its PC unit around for a while now but announced that, due to the “drastic changes” in the PC industry and other... Read more...
There’s a deluge of tantalizing mobile products pouring out of IFA in Berlin this year--see our recent coverage for more--and here’s another: Sony announced the VAIO Tap 11, the “world’s thinnest” Windows 8 tablet PC, which measures 9.9mm in depth without its keyboard dock. For... Read more...
Sony has a new line of entry-level notebooks bearing the VAIO Fit moniker, and they’re aimed at both businesses and students. Models include the VAIO Fit 14 and 15 and the VAIO Fit 14E and 15E; all are designed to be “super” thin and light with tough aluminum shells for better durability. The Fit 14 model has an LED-backlit... Read more...
You have to give Sony credit for trying new things; the company announced a gaggle of new T series, E series, and S series computers, but more notable is a tablet/notebook hybrid called the VAIO Duo 11 Ultrabook and the VAIO Tap 20, a tabletop PC designed for families. The Duo 11 is an interesting take on the... Read more...
The Ultrabook category is still alive and well, and in fact, still growing. Sony has just announced a new VAIO S, available in 13.3" and 15.5" screen sizes. The S Series 13 and 15 will ship with rigid cases crafted from magnesium, aluminium and carbon fibre (depends on model), with the S Series 15 models tipping the scales at below 2kg. All... Read more...
The Ultrabook race is far from over, and it's obvious that Intel is going to be pushing the monicker for the foreseeable future. Tons of companies have stretched the mere meaning of the term, but there has been one major absence in the field: Sony. To date, Sony has somehow dodged the temptation to jump into the lucrative Ultrabook market,... Read more...
Sony may be most likely to be associated with their VAIO notebooks and slimmer-than-slim HDTVs, but the company's camera modules are pretty stellar. The NEX line of mirrorless cameras are giving everyone else in that market a run for their money, and now the company is unveiling a next-gen back-illuminated CMOS image... Read more...
Say hello to the most beautiful Windows-based laptop ever built. Or, at least that's what some would say. Sony's VAIO Z is easily one of the most stunning machines that we have seen in some time, and it's a modern-day feat of engineering, too. It's quite amazing how much Sony was able to shove into such a thin case... Read more...
This all has to be considered a rumor for now, because there's nothing coming directly from Sony to support the claims. That said, Sony Insider has a solid track record, and at this point in time, Sony may actually be crazy enough to produce something this wild. The word is that Sony will be producing a "VAIO Hybrid PC," which sounds like... Read more...
If you're in the mood for an all-in-one desktop, Sony's VAIO J has you covered. But what if you'd prefer some of that VAIO style on a notebook? You're covered there as well, with the VAIO EA and VAIO ES families launching today with a crazy amount of crazy color options. The VAIO EA series is based around a 14" frame... Read more...
Years back, a notebook was a notebook. So long as it had a battery, a keyboard and a foldable LCD, it would suffice on the road. But things have changed, and consumers are caring more and more about design and style. Sony's VAIO series of laptops have always been stylish when compared to most other portable machines offered by other PC makers,... Read more...
Sony's VAIO line has been around for years now, and for years, it has remained constant; classy, styled well, and expensive. That's just the markings of a VAIO. They've been called the "Apple notebooks" of the PC world, and while they have added so many colors and finishes now that the same thing really isn't true any longer, it's still a... Read more...
Do you know who is currently the world's most "admired" company? According to recent reports, that would be Apple. Even though the company has less than 10% of the global PC operating system market share, Steve Jobs has managed to create a force that has permeated throughout the consumer electronics realm, and the mindshare battle is clearly... Read more...
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