Cebu City, Philippines (PressExposure) September 24, 2009 -- Sony, aside from their PlayStations and LCD TVs, have also been known to have release a series of computer products, which is similar to that of RedFox Electronics. One of which is the popular VAIO. VAIO was originally an acronym for Video Audio Integrated Operation, but since 2008 amended to Visual Audio Intelligence Organiser to celebrate the brand's 10th year anniversary. The branding was created by Timothy Hanley to distinguish items that encompassed the use of consumer audio and video, as well as being conventional computing products.
VAIO Products Sony is expanding the use of the VAIO label. It can now be found on notebooks, subnotebooks, desktop and media centres. According to electronics philippines enthusiasts, network media solutions by Sony will also carry the VAIO brand. VAIO notebooks are usually shipped with Microsoft Windows Vista Business (Business line) or Windows Vista Home Premium, while high-end models sometimes come with Windows Vista Ultimate.
According to free ads philippines sites, VAIO computers come with components from companies such as Intel processors, Seagate Technology, Hitachi, Fujitsu or Toshiba hard drives, Infineon RAM, Atheros and Intel wireless chipsets, Sony (usually made by Hitachi) or Matsushita optical drives, Intel, NVIDIA or ATI graphics processors and Sony speakers. Recent laptops are being shipped with Qimonda RAM, HP speakers with Realtek High Definition Audio Systems, optional Dolby Sound Room technology.
VAIO Product Models There are currently 3 products under the name of VAIO. According to free ads philippines site forums, these are personal notebooks or laptops, business notebooks or VAIO Professional, and all-in-one desktops. Current models of these products include:
* Personal notebooks - AW Series â 18.4" high-end multimedia range, with 1080p resolution screen and SSD options. Replaces AR series. - FW Series â 16.4" consumer entertainment range. There are options for a Blu-ray disc reader or burner, and an option for a Full HD widescreen. - NW Series â A 15.5" entry level range for home users. Successor of the NS Series. Includes an HDMI port. - CS Series â A 14.1" notebook marketed as a mid-range, more configurable computer compared to the lower end consumer models, such as the NW Series. - TT series â An 11.1" ultraportable range, and currently the world's smallest notebook computer to include a Blu-ray disc burner option. - P Series â An 8" ultraportable range that uses a Intel Atomâ¢ CPU Z520-Z550 dependant on model, and has 2 GB of DDR2 SDRAM @ 533 MHz - W Series â A 10.1" sub-notebook, aimed at a young audience. * VAIO Professional or Business notebooks - TT Series â Ultra portable 11.1" professional notebook. Successor of the TZ Series. - Z Series â 13.1" Ultra portable, featuring a WXGA++ display with a 1366 x 768 and an optional 1600 x 900 resolution and integrated WWAN. - SR Series â 13.3" ultraportable, for home and business use. - BZ Series â Robust business notebooks with Trusted Platform Module and biometric fingerprint security technology. * Desktops - L Series - Which includes several more series such as the LV Series, LT Series, LN Series, and LM Series. - JS Series â 20.1" integrated lifestyle desktop available in a variety of colors. - RT â 25" All-in-one desktop aimed at HD editing.