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Sony Australia announces VAIO W Billabong special edition

05/23/2010, Love surfing and the Billabong brand? You might want to upload photos of your surf outings on the Sony VAIO W Billabong special edition netbook in the future then, where it will hit Australia right smack in the middle of winter for AUD$749. Thanks to a...

Sony VAIO P with crocodile skin might just irk some

05/12/2010, The recently revamped Sony VAIO P might come in a bevy of colors, but if you really want to stand out from the crowd without giving two hoots to those PETA activists, then you might want to consider this extremely limited VAIO P that sports black...

New Sony VAIO P Series With Accelerometer Announced

05/09/2010, Sony’s VAIO P notebook might not be the most powerful notebook around, but if you’re looking for something really portable, then it does fit the bill. As the rumors have been going around of an upcoming refresh to Sony’s VAIO P series,...

Sony Japan hints at new Ultra Mobile Vaio

04/28/2010, The Vaio brand from Sony has often been one that is high end where notebooks are concerned, and it looks set to be expanded further with Sony Japan dropping hits of a new ultra mobile Vaio. Currently, there is no other information concerning the ultra...

PS3 Remote Play to arrive on Sony Vaio notebooks as well

04/26/2010, The PS3 Remote Play feature will soon see action on Vaio notebooks according to the PlayStation UK site. What does Remote Play do? Well, it basically allows you to access content on your console from virtually anywhere worldwide, but there is a catch as...

Sony VAIO offers minimalistic design

04/02/2010, Check out this rather unique Sony VAIO desktop that sports a totally different design, where it bears many minimalistic lines despite cramming enough computing power underneath its chassis – or so that is what Sony claims. It apparently comes with...

Sony PCG-11111L Visits The FCC

03/31/2010, Exact details of this aren’t clear yet, but a previously unheard of Sony Vaio PCG-11111L has paid a visit the FCC, and seems to offer CDMA850 and CDMA1900, thanks to Qualcomm’s Gobi silicon. Based on the form factor, it’s probably worth...

Sony Vaio M netbook out for real

03/16/2010, We first brought you a whiff of the Sony Vaio M netbook earlier this January, and further confirmed its existence this month. Guess all of that patience has paid off, with Sony having announced its Vaio M netbook officially. This is different from other...

Sony VAIO EC specifications updated

03/05/2010, One must wonder whether the executives from Sony borrowed a page from Asus’ book by convoluting the naming convention of the once simple-to-understand VAIO line? Apart from the VAIO EB which was unveiled a few weeks ago, along comes the VAIO EC...

Sony Vaio M netbook range on its way

03/04/2010, Word has it that Sony is working on a new range of netbooks under the Vaio M series, where it sports a 10″ display. There is no official announcement from the folks at Sony, but Notebookreview Forums did see it at a few stores in the UK, where it...

Multicolored Sony Vaio E Series Launched

02/02/2010, Sony has just launched its VAIO E series line of notebooks, and its 15.5-inch stands out from the pack by offering an extremely customizable design. Besides being offered in bright colors such as “Caribbean Green”, “Hibiscus Pink”...

Sony Vaio M series notebook in the works

01/26/2010, At CES 2010, Sony’s press conference and booth showed off a whole lot of goodies (mmm…Taylor Swift!), but apparently they did not lay all their cards on the table as the unannounced Vaio M Series notebook is one device that wasn’t...

Sony Vaio EL Prototype Has Dual Displays

10/10/2009, Now here’s something that you don’t see every day. Sony has recently demonstrated its prototype VAIO EL laptop, and one of the things you’ll notice immediately about it, is that is has 2 (OLED) displays, and no keyboard. The use of a...

Sony VAIO L all-in-one PC

10/08/2009, Sony’s latest all-in-one PC would be the Vaio L that boasts Windows 7 support alongside its very own multitouch capability that makes allowance for scrolling and zooming through content without the need for any additional special software. Their...