Las Vegas natives call it "The Big Show." NotebookReview.com staff members call it "Hell Week." Everyone else knows it best as the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES). CES 2010 officially opens its doors on Thursday, but the newest laptops and related gizmos are already starting to show up. Take a look at our predictions, and check back here for the latest news.
Several new Sony notebooks have been leaked including the S, F, Y, and Z series.
Sony has updated its 8-inch ultraportable VAIO P with a faster 2.0GHz Intel Atom processor and Windows 7.
Verizon's website has leaked that the company may be offering the Sony VAIO P notebook/netbook for $299.99 with a service plan.
Sony and the CPSC today announced a voluntary safety recall of certain AC adapters.
Sony has introduced their latest notebook, the 14-inch VAIO CW.
The crew at Engadget managed to get hands-on time with the new Sony X-series laptop.
After a recent deal with Google, Sony will ship its VAIO PCs pre-loaded with the Google Chrome Internet browser.
Sony has at last admitted that "a small percentage" of its VAIO notebooks have been affected by faulty Nvidia graphics cards.
Sony has intentionally disabled hardware virtualization on all Sony VAIO notebook PCs, which means that they will not be able to use Windows 7's XP mode.
Just when you gave up all hope that Sony would release a netbook that costs less than $900, Sony today launched its attractive new line of netbooks--the VAIO W Series. Featuring cool colors, 10-inch screens with high-resolution, as well as a comfortable keyboard and touchpad, the VAIO W promises to make a splash for just $499.
Sony today introduced its latest consumer notebook, the NW series. The NW series will have a 15.5-inch screen and start at $800; models equipped with Blu-ray disc drives start at $880.
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