Sony VAIO VGN-AX570G Video
We don't recommend Sony's new VAIO LT19U as an all-in-one PC for everyday computing, but if you're shopping for a flexible, self-contained, HD-capable digital entertainment center, look no further.
Sony's Vaio AW125J/H is an aesthetically pleasing multimedia machine, and those familiar with Sony's high-end laptops will be surprised to find out it's also the cheapest 18-inch Blu-ray-equipped laptop we've tested.
The Sony VAIO FZ180 is a 15-inch theater laptop that comes with a Blu-ray drive and tons of preloaded, unwanted bloatware.
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.
From the design and features list of the 15.5-inch Vaio SE, it's clear Sony is targeting this as a high-end, powerful laptop with potential appeal to business users.
Sony makes some of the best-looking multimedia laptops out there, and the 3D Vaio F215FX is no exception. But you'll have to be willing to pay extra for that sharp design.
Sony's 11-inch AMD ultraportable is thicker than many 13-inch laptops, but a lot less expensive.
Sony's elegant VAIO X505 is an eminently portable laptop with just enough features and performance, but like a fine work of art, it's too expensive for most people.
Although it's expensive for a 15-inch multimedia laptop, the Blu-ray and game-playing capabilities of the attractive 15.4-inch Sony Vaio NW160J make it a worthy portable entertainment system.
The Sony Vaio VGN-NS140E is a 15-inch mainstream laptop worthy of your consideration, thanks to its low cost, solid construction, roomy and comfortable keyboard, and current Intel platform.