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    The VAIO P is crammed with wireless options, including Wi-Fi 802.11n, BlueTooth and Verizon WWAN (subscription required). Location “GPS Like” functionality is part of the mix to enable you to quickly find local restaurants and points of interest.The VAIO P comes with an Intel Atom Z processor clocked at 1.33GHz with 512KB Cache. Built-in RAM is 2GB and the OS that comes bundled is Windows Vista. Obviously performance will be a concern, and Sony has somewhat addressed this by offering an instant-on lite OS called Sony XRoss media bar that allows you to surf the web, play music and view media files without booting into Windows.

    The VAIO P will start at $900 and be available in four colors: Onyx Black, Emerald Green, Garnet Red, Crystal White. Interestingly Sony is not attaching the name “netbook” to the VAIO P. While the size would suggest this device fits into the so called netbook category, the high-end price and other features do not. This device is somewhat like the older Sony VAIO U series that has been around for a while. As with the VAIO U, a dongle is needed to support monitor out and LAN ports.We’ll have a Sony VAIO P review unit in our hands soon and will be sharing more pictures and first thoughts at that time with of course a full review to follow in the coming few days.

    Sony has introduced a new VAIO Y-series notebook with an 11.6-inch display. It weighs 3.52 lbs and features a Core i3-380M Ultra Low Voltage (ULV) processor, 2GB of RAM (max. 8 GB), a 320GB hard drive, and up to a claimed six hours of battery life. Other features include an HDMI port and Bluetooth.Which one of these travel companions is right for you? Which one did our editors like most in a Head to Head comparison? Keep reading and you’ll find out.

    Anyone who reads the reviews of “netbooks” (low-cost, compact laptops) on knows that most of these bottom-rung laptops look and feel cheap. All-plastic construction, horribly small keyboards, and tiny screens with low resolution add up to a rather unimpressive user experience. This is why our editorial staff loves both the HP Mini 2140 and the Sony VAIO P. These computers might share much of the same internals as “netbooks” but both of these tiny laptops look and feel like premium electronics. Pick up either of these computers and you immediately understand why neither HP nor Sony want people to call them “netbooks.” HP was the first notebook manufacturer to come out with what could be described as a “premium netbook” in 2008 when they released the HP Mini-note 2133. The 2133 was a remarkable little laptop with the best build quality and the best keyboard we had ever seen in a notebook that small, but in order to bring the price down well below $1,000 HP decided to use a low-power processor and low-performing graphics. The combination of amazing design combined with sub-par performance made the old 2133 a failure in the eyes of most journalists and consumers alike. This year, when the HP Mini 2140 was announced, it was clear that HP learned a valuable lesson and was committed to making a true premium business netbook.

    Sony’s VAIO notebooks have long been considered some of the most stylish laptops on the planet. Even Apple has been known to “borrow” a few ideas from Sony designers over the years. If there’s one thing Sony knows how to do it’s design electronics that people want to buy. It’s no surprise then that Sony makes the coolest looking netbook on the market. In fact, with its slim design that fits into your back pocket or your purse, the VAIO P is labeled as a “Lifestyle PC” rather than a netbook on the SonyStyle website.

    That said, the VAIO P suffers from some of the same limitations of low-cost netbooks: limited port selection, a tiny keyboard, and a physically small screen. Sure, every member of our staff agrees they would rather own a Sony VAIO P than a MSI Wind netbook, but both computers have strikingly similar features and performance.

    At the end of the day, both the Mini 2140 and VAIO P are among the best-built netbooks on the market. These laptops are so much better than the average netbook that it almost makes you consider not calling them netbooks … almost. That said, the larger keyboard, touchpad, and aluminum and magnesium alloy construction elements of the HP Mini 2140 place it head and shoulders above the VAIO P despite the sexy appeal of the Sony.

    The fact that both HP and Sony hate the tem “netbook” should serve as some indication that these ultramobile laptops are loaded with reasonably impressive specs. For starters, the HP Mini 2140 is one of the only Atom-based notebooks currently on the market that features an ExpressCard slot for expansion. Most netbooks only have USB ports for connecting accessories, so the fact that the HP offers an ExpressCard slot makes this product stand out. The ExpressCard slot means you can add eSATA, FireWire, additional USB ports, or any number of other adapter cards or broadband wireless cards to the Mini 2140. Bottom line, the ExpressCard slot opens up a world of possibilities you won’t find in other netbooks.

    Unfortunately, HP doesn’t offer the Mini 2140 with built-in 3G mobile broadband, so you have to use the ExpressCard slot or a USB port to connect your notebook to a broadband wireless network like Verizon or AT&T.The staff at follows a very simple philosophy: “There’s a notebook for every buyer and a buyer for every notebook.” We believe that no matter what you’re looking for there is a notebook that’s perfect for you. Likewise, regardless of whether you think a notebook is great or a piece of junk, there’s someone out there who thinks that notebook is perfect. That’s why it’s so hard to pick a winner in comparisons like these.

    That said, if we make a decision (based solely on the categories above) for the average consumer about which premium netbook to buy, we would have to ultimately choose the winner as the HP Mini 2140. The build quality, ease of use, and price are all strong reasons to suggest the Mini 2140 if you’re an average Joe or Jane looking for a premium netbook for business travel. Just keep in mind that the Sony VAIO P has some strong advantages of its own.The Sony VAIO TR3 ultra portable notebook should be released in the U.S. at the beginning of February. The FCC has performed necessary testing on the TR3 for it to be sold in the U.S. We’ve grabbed some pictures and the user guide for the PCG-TR3 that were posted to the FCC website.

    Last month we speculated that the Japanese released new Sony VAIO S Series would become available in the U.S. and thankfully that speculation is true. Introducing a widescreen display, generous keyboard and an integrated optical drive comprise Sony’s next big thing in ultra-portable computing. VAIO S series notebooks, announced today, sports all that and more within a thin, black case that weighs just about 4 pounds. The VAIO S Series will be available in July.

    The latest addition to Sony’s summer PC line, the S series breaks with convention by offering a 13.3-inch wide format display with XBRITE technology, Sony’s exclusive high contrast display technology, for maximum viewing real estate in a minimal package. The full-sized keyboard offers room to work even in cramped quarters.

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    Sony is releasing this 007 branded gear to hype their upcoming 007 movie "Casino Royale". In this movie Daniel Craig stars as "007" James Bond on Her Majesty’s Secret Service in Casino Royale. Based on the first Bond book written by Ian Fleming, the story recounts the making of the world’s greatest secret agent. James Bond’s first "007" mission leads him to Le Chiffre (Mads Mikkelsen), banker to the world’s terrorists. In order to stop him, and bring down the terrorist network, Bond must beat Le Chiffre in a high-stakes poker game at Casino Royale.

    Sony today introduced the brand new VAIO Fit laptop line built with Sony’s digital imaging, audio and display technologies. Alongside the new Fit laptops are enhancements to Sony’s top-selling VAIO T Series 15 Ultrabooks powered by Windows 8.For students and business users who are looking for a step up and want more of a premium design but still at an entry-level price point, Sony hopes the new VAIO Fit line will be the ideal portable companion. With a major effort focused on design, the VAIO Fit is thin and light and crafted in aluminum alloy with Sony’s signature sparkling diamond cut VAIO logo.

    The VAIO Fit line features LED-backlit, high resolution displays, Full HD (1920 x 1080) on the Fit 15-inch model and HD+ (1600 x 900) on the Fit 14-inch model, as well as “color enhancement technology” for superior image quality. The optional capacitive touchscreen allows for a snappy and responsive touch experience.The web cameras built into the VAIO Fit notebooks feature Exmor R CMOS Sensors that Sony originally developed for better video quality when chatting in low light.

    Sony also leverages sound quality from the Sony audio group called ClearAudio+ and implements this into the VAIO Fit line so users experience a virtualized surround sound experience. In fact, the Fit E 14-inch and 15-inch models include “big box speakers” while the Fit E 15-inch also features a subwoofer greater bass.Additionally, the Fit models include standard Sony features such as a full size backlit keyboard with integrated number pad (Fit 15-inch only), large touch pad, quick charge functionality and Sony’s own Rapid Wake technology for instant PC resume.The TR series of VAIO notebooks are known for their award winning build and amazing light-weight combined with unique features such as a built-in web camera. The TR3 will continue this tradition while providing faster performance than its predecessors. The TR3 will weigh approximately 3.1 lbs and have a 10.6 in screen with a standard 512MB of RAM and built-in Wi-Fi.

    The first pictures of a new Sony VAIO have appeared on the web, this is the first notebook we can confirm is powered by Intel’s new Dothan processor. The specs on this sweet looking VAIO include up to a 2.0GHz Pentium M Dothan processor, 80 GB 5400RPM Hard Drive, 17″ Wide Screen UXGA, ATI Radeon 128MB Graphics processor and a thin yet wide design.

    It appears buyers can choose a 15.4 inch screen or 17″ inch screen in widescreen format and there is a choice between a 1.8GHz Pentium M processor or 2.0GHz Pentium M processor. We expect Sony to make a U.S. announcement about this notebook next Tuesday at around the same time Intel officially releases it’s Dothan processor. Hopefully there will be more notebooks from other manufacturers. This offering from Sony certainly does look intriguing and we look forward to finding out more about it.

    Powered by Intel Centrino mobile technology, the VAIO S series is prepared to go the distance, delivering up to five hours of work time on a single charge. And integrated wireless access ensures mobile professionals are plugged in even when far from the office. The onboard combination CD-RW/DVD-ROM drive allows for the creation and playback of multimedia

    “The S series is the ultimate survival tool for the mobile professional,” said Mike Abary, general manager of VAIO product marketing for Sony Electronics. “Power, performance and a beautiful chassis about the size of a legal pad portfolio, this machine makes work a pleasure.”All S series notebooks come with a wealth of connectivity options, including two USB 2.0 ports, a Memory Stick media slot, and an i.LINK (IEEE 1394) digital interface for speedy, no-hassle transfer of digital content among a universe of compatible products. An optional port replicator is also available for easy cable management whether the machine is on a desk or out on the road.

    With Near Field Communication (NFC) technology users can now quickly exchange website URLs and enable Bluetooth and Wi-Fi direct connections by simply touching a compatible NFC device to the new VAIO Fit.Also included with VAIO Fit is ArtRage Studio, a digital arts software. ArtRage Studio offers natural painting tools such as oil paints and watercolors, along with utilities to make painting easier for anyone who wants to paint or draw on their computer regardless of skill level.

    For those that want to try their hand at video creation and music recording, the Fit family includes a pre-installed version of Sony Imagination Studio VAIO Edition software, about a $170 value, including Movie Studio Platinum, ACID Music Studio, Sound Forge Audio Studio and DVD Architect Studio software.The Fit models come with third generation Intel Core processors available with up to Core i7. In addition, the Fit notebooks also offer optional NVIDIA Graphics with up to 2GB of VRAM, Hybrid Hard Drive and Solid State Drive options for faster boot-up and data access, and optical drives (including Blu-ray Disc writing options as well).

    Sony’s brushed aluminum touch-enabled VAIO T Series 15 Ultrabook continues into the summer of 2013 as well. The VAIO T Series 15 is a robust laptop for users looking for a powerful yet portable solution with a larger screen. Featuring a Full HD (1920×1080) 15-inch touchscreen and a full-size keyboard with an integrated number pad, users can create presentations, edit and watch videos and browse the web in multiple windows without sacrificing mobility.The updated VAIO T packs Intel’s latest generation of Core series processors for high performance as well as Hybrid Drive options for storage, making the VAIO T Series 15 ideal for multi-tasking college students and business professionals who demand speed at all times.

    The Fit 14 and 15 are available beginning mid-May in Steel Black, Steel Pink and Steel Silver for about $649 and $699. The Fit E 14 and Fit E 15 are available in Black, Pink and White for about $549 and $579. The VAIO T Series 15 is also available mid-May for about $849 at Sony retail stores and other authorized dealers nationwide.