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  • Laptops 4 out of 5

    Sony Vaio SB VPC-SB1V9E review

    By 10 October 2011

    At first glance Sony's Vaio SB looks exactly what you'd expect from a business-oriented laptop. Small and light, it mixes a Core i5 processor with AMD Radeon graphics, and wraps it all up in a thin matte black shell. It’s the laptop you imagine Sony...

  • Laptops 3 out of 5

    Sony VAIO C VPCCA2SOE review

    By 26 September 2011

    The designers of Sony's colourful new VAIO C series notebooks were definitely wearing the brave trousers when they came up with these models. Neon-bright polycarbonate 14" cases in red, green, orange or pink -as well as a more subtle white- that use the...

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    Sony Vaio L series hands-on

    By 22 February 2011

    Sony has announced its new Vaio L series all-in-one multimedia PC, which the company hopes will become the centre of your family's multimedia world. The facts of the matter are that PCs more than ever are the centre for family life, so there is the...

  • Laptops

    Sony Vaio S series hands-on

    By 22 February 2011

    As ever, it's the more office orientated models that make the better Sony Vaios, and the Sony Vaio S series was no exception when Pocket-lint got hands on at the London launch. Sitting next to the eye-piercing C series, the brushed aluminium body of the...

  • Laptops

    Sony Vaio C series hands-on

    By 22 February 2011

    Unique design is something which Sony Vaio prides itself on and the laptop maker has certainly kept up part of its mission with the launch of the Sony Vaio C Series in London. As ever, Pocket-lint was at hand with trusty camera and SD card ready to fill,...

  • Laptops 0 out of 5

    Sony Vaio VGN-TT11WN/B notebook - First Look review

    By 22 October 2008

    Sony's latest flagship promises a long battery life, a small package and performance, but can you have all three? We managed to get some hands-on time at the UK launch of the new laptop in London. You know how netbooks are small, compact and very portable?...

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