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CES 2009: Sony VAIO P Live Demo Video

CES 2009: Sony VAIO P Live Demo Video

Shortly after officially announcing the new VAIO P, Sony spent some time demonstrating the brand new ultraportable to SlashGear. In our video demo, here are all the details missing from the sparse press release: ports, memory card slots, everything you want to know about VAIO P connectivity.

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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