Sony VAIO UX Video
The Sony VAIO UX is one of the best tiny ultraportable computers we've seen. But its high price, poor battery life, and less-than-ideal typing experience keep it from being a home run. CNET's Michelle Thatcher takes a look.
The Sony VAIO TZ150 laptop impresses with smart design and fantastic battery life; only the high price and sluggish performance detract from the flagship notebook.
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.
Sony's Vaio line of laptops, including the midpriced EB series, look great and include some high-end features--we just wish the CPU had been updated for the sake of better battery life.
With great processing power, Blu-ray, and a 1080p display for $1,349, the Sony Vaio VPCF115FM/B is one of the best high-end all-around laptops we've seen in a while.
The Sony XL3 Digital Living System delivers better than any other full-size home theater PC we've seen--if you're inclined to spend a lot for silence and slim design.
With slim 13-inch SSD laptops now well under $1,000, Sony's expensive, high-end Z series laptop is a tough sell, although the long-life slice battery and unique GPU/optical dock help make its case.
Though we love its bright display, the Sony VAIO VGN-FS680/W doesn't offer enough performance, battery life, or built-in features to justify its high price.
The Sony VAIO VGN-T150P/L delivers features, connectivity, performance, and long battery life in a truly ultraportable package. Still, there are less expensive alternatives.
Sony's super-high-end Vaio Z is an enviable status symbol, but probably out of your price range, especially with its optional 512GB SSD.