Sony VAIO X505 series Video
The Sony VAIO SZ manages to be eminently portable without sacrificing a readable screen or a usable keyboard, and it incorporates all of the features and components, and most of the connections, that business users need.
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.
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.
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.
Sony pays some needed attention to the lower end of the midsize laptop market, with the sharp-looking new Vaio E series.
Sony's small but versatile 11.6-inch AMD Fusion laptop is Netbook-like but more powerful, and a compelling alternative to more expensive Ultrabooks.
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.
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 Sony VAIO NR160 is a perfectly functional, budget 15-inch laptop--we just wish it didn't stray so far from the excellent industrial design of the company's more expensive systems.
Sony's high-end Z series laptop lives up to its luxury reputation, with a slim, lightweight body, plenty of processing power, and a highly specialized GPU dock.