Sony VAIO FE series Video
Instead of succumbing to the latest fads, Sony's Vaio's JS250J all-in-one PC stays the course pioneered by its models from last year, delivering capable performance and best-of-breed home entertainment features at a better price than its all-in-one competition.
Though it's expensive, the Sony VAIO VGN-T250/L delivers features, performance, and long battery life in a truly ultraportable package.
The Sony VAIO VGN-FS570 offers an adequate array of features but doesn't deliver enough performance to justify its premium price.
Though it's expensive, the Sony VAIO VGN-TX670P delivers a great combination of business and entertainment features, long battery life, and unparalleled connectivity in an incredibly ultraportable package.
The pocket-size Sony VAIO UX390 makes solid improvements over the first generation of UMPCs, but its target audience is unclear.
Sony's distinctive, midrange VAIO TP1 Living Room PC trades performance and features for its cutesy appearance.
Sony ditches the Netbook for this more upscale AMD-powered ultraportable, with good performance and features, but also an upscale price.
Sony promises some cutting edge media features on its new Vaio L-Series, but its tough to recommend when not all of them deliver.
Other mainstream notebooks, such as the Toshiba Satellite A45, offer more bang for the buck than the Sony VAIO K series does.
Sony pays some needed attention to the lower end of the midsize laptop market, with the sharp-looking new Vaio E series.