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Not one to be squeezed into the back pocket of your jeans, Sony's Vaio W is a 'proper' netbook.
£399 inc VAT
The Sony VAIO CW Series laptop is quite stylish and comfortable to use. We like its keyboard and also the software that comes preinstalled on it, but it could use…
£699 inc VAT
The new Sony VAIO E is a 15.5-inch mainstream laptop from Sony, based on the Intel Core i5-520M processor - a cheaper, Intel i3 version is available.
£649 inc VAT
The tiny Sony Vaio X is so undeniably cute that you’ll want one even before you’ve thought of what you might possibly be able to achieve with a laptop quite this…
£1,939 inc VAT
The Sony VAIO M is a 10-inch netbook that comes with an Intel Atom N470 processor and improved hardware compared to the VAIO W.
£299 inc VAT
The Sony VAIO F Series notebook is pitched at designers, artists, photographers and video editors who want a stylish laptop that has lots of speed and plenty of…
£1,307 inc VAT
The Sony VAIO F13M0E/B crams a lot into its 16.4 inch frame. It's a bit of a dull, grey lump, but while it may not be as stylish as some of its competitors here or…
£1,099 inc VAT
The Sony Vaio VPCS13V9E/B laptop combines a rather impressive array of business-friendly features with excellent performance, decent build-quality and tastefully…
£1,089 inc VAT
The Sony VAIO VPCF21Z1E/B is a luxurious 16in-screen notebook PC that plays Blu-ray discs in 3D
£1,799 inc VAT
Sony VAIO SB series offers great overall performance for an ultraportable laptop. It's light, thin, and a pleasure to use despite a few minor annoyances.
£1,699 inc VAT
The Sony VAIO Z Series refers to a range of ultraportable laptops, priced from £1434, with optional Light Peak external dock for optical disc and added graphics power.
£2,303 inc VAT
The Sony VAIO S Series laptop won't win any awards for performance or multimedia playback, but it's a great light PC for a business professional.
£1,249 inc VAT
The Sony VAIO F Series is a smallish desktop-replacement laptop that is portable, but not very powerful.
£859 inc VAT
The Sony Vaio T13 is Sony's debut Ultrabook. We got our hands on the entry-level model which costs less than £700. Read our Sony Ultrabook review to find out more.
£679 inc VAT
The Sony VAIO E15 is a stylish mainstream laptop with great specs, but oddly, no fast hard drive option. Read our Sony VAIO E15 review to find out more.
£519 inc VAT
Sony's revamped 15-inch E series arrives. We look at the entry-level SVE1511K1E model. It may not have an Ivy Bridge processor, but can it still compete in the value…
£499 inc VAT
Sony's new S Series includes both 13in and 15in models with Ivy Bridge processors. We take a look at the 13in entry-level model, the SVS1311N9E to see whether it's…
£899 inc VAT
Sony's Duo 11 is a new hybrid touchscreen tablet and ultrabook convertible. We put it through its paces to find out if it really solves the "Should I buy a laptop or…
£1,499 inc VAT
The Vaio T13 Touch review is a touch screen laptop with an ultraportable design, good performance and battery life for well under £800.
£739 inc VAT
The Sony VAIO Pro 13 is a great Ultrabook to consider if you want something very light, easy to carry, yet comfortable to use and with good performance. Read our Sony…
£1,039 inc VAT
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