Sony Vaio X Video
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.
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.
CNET's Tom Merritt gives you a close look at the latest addition to Sony's Vaio laptop series from the floor of this year's CES.\r\n
The Sony VAIO FZ180 is a 15-inch theater laptop that comes with a Blu-ray drive and tons of preloaded, unwanted bloatware.
Sony pays some needed attention to the lower end of the midsize laptop market, with the sharp-looking new Vaio E series.
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.
The great-looking, versatile Sony VAIO V505 is a top thin-and-light for work or play, although it's not the fastest on the block.
With very good performance and battery life and even better design and features for its price, the Fit 14 is an exemplary thin-and-light.
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.
Sony's revamped Vaio S series laptops have slimmed down, but still offer plenty of high-end features, creating an affordable alternative to the attractive-but-expensive Vaio Z.