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CES 2009: Sony VAIO P announced

CES 2009: Sony VAIO P announced

Sony today officially announced the VAIO P Lifestyle PC, their answer to the popular netbook niche.  The $900 1.4lb ultraportable measures roughly as long as a business envelope, and has integrated WAN WiFi b/g/n, LAN and Bluetooth with Verizon 3G EV-DO.  It's around 10-percent smaller than the VAIO TT.

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VAIO P Netbook: “It fits in a pocket”, says Sony

VAIO P Netbook: “It fits in a pocket”, says Sony

It looks like Sony is really jumping into the Netbook business.  All the teasing comes to almost a climax today when the company released specs and a picture of what they're calling the Sony P or P-series.  According to SonyStyle, the P stands for "pocket".  Whether the P fits in my pant pocket or not, I can't wait to get my hands on a unit; hopefully sooner than later.

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Sony VAIO LV all-in-one PC review

Sony VAIO LV all-in-one PC review

When first announced back in September, the Sony VAIO LV-series was described as a High-Definition PC/TV.  That blurring of distinctions between computer and entertainment gives a good idea of how the company envisages their all-in-one slotting into your lifestyle; a relatively rare HMDI input, allowing external sources to use the LV as a 1080p-capable display, helps single the system out even further.  Are TV tuners, Blu-ray and Dolby Digital surround sound enough to let the VAIO LV replace your current HDTV?

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Sony VAIO TT Review

Sony VAIO TT Review

In a world of $250 netbooks and credit crunch, is there a place for a high-end ultraportable that, in its peak configuration, costs $4,345?  That's the question Sony - and plenty of others - are asking about the new Vaio TT, its latest luxury notebook.  A carbon fiber chassis, WWAN, Blu-ray and RAID options all draw upon the latest technology available, but have they over estimated the market?  SlashGear pulled on a pair of museum-standard gloves, buffed the test bench to a dull sheen, and prepared to find out.

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