Sony Vaio Desktop Computers Price List in Philippines January 2017
Latest Reviews for Sony Vaio
Ang daming humanga sa computer namen dito sa bahay ang bilis daw mag load , Dito pa kame naglalaro ng DOTA kasi hindi hang eh, Sony Vaio na computer sulit na sulit yung speed at internal software.. ...Read more
- Rating : 4.6
- Review by Ym0Kan 91@
- Date : Apr 23, 2015
Sony Vaio released this computer last year If I'm not mistaken and I'm so happy that I have a chance to buy this , A really good PC , user friendly and fast functionality , This one comes with space ...Read more
- Rating : 4.7
- Review by eval.De_nova
- Date : Mar 30, 2015
Dahil ang mga kids ko need ng PC sa bahay bumili kame ng set of computer sa sony , mas solid at maasahan kahit pa luma na yung model nito.. complete na may cpu at may speaker, sapat na pang search sa ...Read more
- Rating : 3.1
- Review by mDsh1L0loVeY
- Date : Mar 10, 2015
Latest Topics for Sony Vaio
How much if I buy this in store or sony shop not in online, how much is the different, I like it, very portable desktop and I know that the specs are latest , so I really need this kind of computer?
- Last updated : Oct 30, 2014
- Posted by Aizel Marquez
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About Sony Vaio
Sony VAIO, taking technology to an undefined new edge
Sony introduced VAIO back in 1996, when they acquired the rights to make products using Visual Audio Intelligent Organizer (VAIO) technology. The Japanese company sold their rights to SONY and decided to focus solely on mobile devices as a part of reconstruction of organization affairs. Now, even though SONY is a huge company, they only own a small stake of the division that only sells desktops in Japan. In the Philippines, SONY VAIO made an entry consequently in a few years and went on to do good business in the country.
History of the maker
Initially, in the 1980’s, Sony’s production was only limited to computers made for Japan. However, the company retracted from their business in the early 1990’s only to come back later under VAIO brand in 1996. The first-generation of VAIO laptops were released in 1997 and were termed as "Super slim" according to standards of those times. Fast forward a decade; the company is now producing Laptops and desktops that come preloaded with Windows 8 operating system. They are also proud innovators of magnetized stands, and the Vaio Tap.
Features of Sony VAIO
Over the years Sony Vaio has produced dozens of outstanding laptops and desktops that have pushed the boundaries of innovation and creativity. With models that are too many in number, it becomes difficult to describe each one individually. So, their entire lineup can be divided into two segments by names of "Technology" and "Bundled software" to make things easier.
The first model to introduce the infamous XBRITE (Clearbright) technology was Vaio TR series. It had a combo of anti-reflection coating and smooth screen and high efficiency lens sheet. As claimed by the maker, the AR coating prevents scattering of external light and provides over 1.5 times more brightness over original LCD screens. Next in lineup comes the TX series, which was brought to the market in 2005 and was the first Notebook to feature a back-lit LED screen that consumers lower power and outputs greater colour reproduction. The TX series was also the one to bring widescreen (16:9) aspect ratio with resolution of 1366 x 768. The SZ series brought the concept of switchable graphics to the forefront as its motherboard contained Intel GMCH and its own inbuilt control for graphics, and a separate graphics accelerator chipset by NVIDIA to come into play when required. Eventually, the Z series took over the place of SZ series and did not require a computer restart if one had to change graphic modes on Windows Vista. This feature was later picked up by brands such as Alienware, Asus and Apple. Next in line comes the high-end Vaio AR series complete with Blu-ray player, Burner and high-definition screen with resolution of 1080x1920. There is also HDMI output, illuminated logo sitting right below the screen and solid 8 gigs of RAM.
Sony’s initial launched were criticized about allegedly containing "bloatware", which allowed better multimedia experience but also limited the user’s consent about which software to allow on their computer. After hearing about the complaints Sony decided to ship a fresh batch of SONY VAIO laptops that do not have such software installed.
Popularity in the Philippines
SONY VAIO earned a strong reputation in the country thanks to its consistent marketing efforts and leading innovative technology. Their motto, from the beginning, was to provide the people only the best they could offer in terms of style, price and performance. Keeping this motto alive, they have improved themselves every year to become what they are today. In Philippines, people are already fanatic about the laptop and desktop lineup that not only comes at an affordable price but also provides a style quotient that goes unmatched by brands such as Dell, HP, etc.
Latest news in the Philippines
SONY VAIO has recently unveiled their new smartphone that features Android 5.0 OS and looks more or less like Nexus. Moreover, it comes equipped with 1.2 GHz Quad-core processor, 5 inch display (720p) resolution and 13 MP camera. It will hit the shores of Philippines sometime next year as reports suggest. Considering VAIO’s success in every field, this one should be no different.