Sony’s New Vaio TZ Notebooks to Hit Stores in August

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Sony Vaio TZ-Series Notebook PC

Sony has a new line of sleek and light notebooks designed to empty your wallet, but satisfy the style-conscious geek in you.

The new Vaio TZ line of ultra-portable laptops from Sony of course features high-performance and high-fashion for the money, packing in the power of a larger PC into a small, portable form factor, weighing in at just 2.65 lbs. and slim at less than an inch thin.

Featuring carbon-fiber construction and the latest Intel Core2 Duo processors, the Vaio TZ models range in price from $2300 to $3300. They’ll be seen in stores starting next month.

But beware, because you bought their high-priced notebook, the company might have assumed that you are awash with cash. Be prepared for a deluge of ads; fire up a Sony Vaio for the first time and you will be bombarded with a whole slew of bloatware come-ons for other Sony products. (And the Sony boss says the Apple boss is greedy!)


Published by Chris Malinao

Chris teaches Lightroom as workflow software to photography students at the FPPF, Federation of Philippine Photographers Foundation. He also teaches smartphone photography.