Last year, Sony put out one of the most practical solutions to the convertible problem with its "Flip" line of laptops. Now the backflipping, keyboard-stashing, laptop-tablet hybrid lines is getting a new member: an 11-incher, that comes loaded up with Photoshop Elements 12.
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A couple of extra sizes of the E-series Vaio range first announced in February have been shown off today: a more portable 14-incher and desktop-hog 17-incher. Both have Blu-ray drives, and the 17-inch model has a Core i5 chip.
Sony wowed us this morning with its Vaio X Series, but details are now emerging. According to this video, the .55-inch thin system may be more netbook than notebook. It has an 11.2-inch screen and possibly an Atom CPU.
Hey, a Sony Vaio software add-on that doesn't suck: Sony's pre-installing Google Chrome onto some of its laptops. Not a bad strategy for Google to boost Chrome's paltry but growing 2.6 per cent marketshare—I suspect we'll see them ink some more deals—though I wonder how many people are gonna think it's crapware.
Sony has just trotted out the Vaio NW, their new line of Blu-ray equipped, mid-market notebooks, and at 3cm, they are quite slim too.