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The Sony Vaio SZ-110/B (model # VGNSZ110B) is Sony's entry-level SZ-series notebook.
The Sony VAIO FE590 is the first custom configurable unit in Sony's FE series.
The Sony VAIO BX business notebook is packed with versatile features such as a biometric fingerprint reader, modular bay, and built-in camera that can video conference with an available wireless Bluetooth headset.
The Sony VAIO S550 is a 13.3" widescreen thin and light notebook.
The Sony VAIO FJ series notebook is a thin-and-light notebook designed in the typical stylish Sony way. The unit being reviewed is the Sony VAIO VGN-FJ170 which sports a Pentium M 1.73GHz processor, 512MB of RAM, 100GB 5400RPM SATA hard
The Sony T series ultraportable notebook has always had something new upon each release.
The Sony VAIO S270 is a 13.3-inch screen laptop with a Pentium M 725 1.6GHz processor.
Shortly after the release of the Vaio S360, Sony brought out the next model of the S series, that being the Vaio S460.
The Sony VAIO FS is Sony's contender in the heavily contested 15.4" main stream notebook arena.
The Sony VAIO S380 has got to be the smallest, lightest and grooviest laptop I have ever owned.
The Sony VAIO S360P is a number crunching, long lasting, amazingly small and light weight machine.
Sony does make good laptops.
I have always been a Sony fan for many reasons.
The Sony VAIO S Series notebook is designed to provide mobility via light-weight, excellent battery life and small footprint area.
Sony's newest entry into their line of ultra-small PCs blurs the line between laptop and handheld computing, packing desktop processors and 20 GB of storage into a device the size of a paperback book.
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