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The Sony VAIO T13122CXS offers a gorgeous metal design.
This 15.5-inch version of Sony's multimedia notebook features a top-of-the line 1080p IPS display and is less than an inch thin.
The team at Sony has completely reinvented the VAIO Y notebook with some help from AMD.
The Sony VAIO F is a high-end multimedia notebook.
Despite newer alternatives, The Sony VAIO P remains one of the sexiest netbooks on the market.
The Sony brand name is often associated with a premium price tag, but the VAIO E-series laptops are Sony's most affordable notebook PCs.
The Sony VAIO E-series laptops are the most affordable notebook PCs available from Sony.
The VAIO Z is Sony's 13.1-inch ultra-portable powerhouse.
The VAIO CS is a 14-inch multimedia notebook from Sony that offers a light bar that pulses with the music you are playing.
This year at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas Sony stunned the world with the introduction of the VAIO P.
The Sony VAIO FW139E/H is a 16.4" semi-desktop replacement notebook configured with an Intel Core 2 Duo P8400, which runs at 2.26GHz with a Front Side Bus speed of 1066MHz, 3GB of DDR2-800 RAM, an ATI Mobility Radeon HD 3470 dedicated graphics card, and a 250GB HDD.
The Sony VAIO FW is a brand new Centrino 2 platform notebook from Sony, offering a much needed facelift, as well as a 16.4" widescreen.
Back in 2006, the Sony VAIO SZ1 set the standard for power in a small package in the 13" notebook segment.
Just in time for the holiday shopping season (and Black Friday shopping deals) Sony has released its most affordable notebook ever: the VAIO NR.
The Sony Vaio G series is an exception to the trend towards widescreen notebooks and has a 12.1” XGA display.
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