Exciting news for owners of the Sony Tablet S users in the US. Sony have just pushed their release of the latest version of the Google Android 4.0 operating system, which is better know as Ice Cream Sunday to users in the U.S.
Sony made an official post about the update over at their blog, along with a video highlighting some of the more exciting new features, which is embedded below.
The newly announced Sony Vaio E Series 14P, is not only a mouthful to say, it’s also a 14-inch notebook which sits somewhere between a laptop and an ultrabook.
Apart from a very nice design and measuring just 22.4mm thick, the 14-inch Sony 14P boast some very impressive gesture control thanks to it’s 1.3-megapixel Exmor HD web camera… more on that later.
The Sony E Series 14P’s 14-inch display has a 1366 x 768 pixel resolution, and is powered by the Intel Core i3-2350M processor with 4GB of DDR3 RAM, and either Intel HD Graphics 3000 or AMD Radeon HD 7670M graphics with 1GB of VRAM.
Sony have just launched an updated version of it’s 8-inch Vaio P netbook. The second generation Sony Vaio P series comes our way roughly one year since its first release.
While the new Vaio P second generation is mostly the same as the first model, there are a number of updates it brings with it. While it is still the same size with an 8-inch high resolution widescreen display (1600 x 768), and measuring just 0.8-inches thick, it brings a new case design with a matte finish and a choice of colors.
Update: Sony are now accepting pre-orders for the second generation Vaio P. You can order direct from Sony for $899. It should ship the 25th of this month!
Sony have also added in a small optical touchpad built into the right hand side of the screen bezel. This allows you to use two hands (holding near the hinge) and operate the netbook while walking.
A new netbook from Sony has gone from being uncovered and making its way around the Internet, to its official announcement in the last few days.
At first it seemed that Sony either hadn’t gotten around to officially announcing it just yet, or they aren’t making a big deal about it.
The Sony Vaio M series netbook, which has the model name Sony VPC-M11M1E, is a new 10.1-inch netbook, which looks pretty much identical to the Vaio W series.
IFA 2009 in Berlin is just getting off into full swing, and Sony is leading the way. They have just announced the Sony Vaio X ultraportable netbook.
The Vaio X features an 11.1-inch LCD and a new all day battery, that “will set the new standard for stamina.”
Sony’s very first official netbook, the Sony Vaio W has shown on up Amazon for pre-order!
The very attractive 10.1-inch netbook is currently available for pre-order from Amazon for $499 in, White, Brown and Pink colors.
One of the quickest turnarounds ever from announcement, to review. The Sony Vaio W netbook, is the first official Vaio netbook from Sony.
Just days after Sony made the Sony Vaio P netbook official, it has already seen a number of “hands on” and reviews from around the Internet.
Sony have just announced the new Sony Vaio W netbook in an official press release.
Unlike the Sony Vaio P
netbook, Sony are happy to call the Vaio W a netbook.
The Sony Vaio Mini W series consist of three netbooks, but all are identical with the exception of their color.
The never really a netbook (according to Sony), but called a netbook by everyone else, the Sony Vaio P netbook has received an upgrade.
The Sony Vaio P is now available with the new and faster Intel Atom Z550 CPU, which runs a 2.0Ghz, the fastest single core Atom CPU currently available.
The whole world seemed to get excited when rumors of a netbook from Sony started flying around. And sure enough, within a few short weeks Sony announced the Sony Vaio P Series, an 8-inch ultra portable notebook.