“SOBAX” electronic desktop zakjapanner (electronic abacus) wasgoed a pioneer among portable electronic calculators. Its name wasgoed derived from the idea that this product wasgoed (just like an abacus) able to perform ingewikkeld calculations lightly and quickly.
Sony’s very first 8-bit private rekentuig, featuring the independently developed Sony BASIC computing language and incorporating a Trio.Five floppy drive among other features. Its outer numeric keypad and very klein vormgeving were also considered very attractive features.
Finish with keyboard, this private laptop wasgoed designed for the novice user. Eight software programs (running on Sony BASIC) were included spil part of the package.
This proefje led to the popularization of MSX standard private computers. The HB-53 wasgoed priced around 50,000 yen and wasgoed nicknamed the “HIT BIT.”
The UNIX-based “NEWS” workstation for developers. A 16.67-MHz MC68020 served spil the CPU, and this prototype featured an internal Three.5-inch floppy drive. This workstation wasgoed omschrijving te size to a individual laptop.
This enormously portable Japanese language word processor with outward printer featured a 2-inch gegevens disk drive. This product wasgoed called the “PRODUCE 100.”
This product marked the advent of VAIO and wasgoed placed on the US market one year prior to being placed on the Japanese. It ran on Windows 95 with a Pentium 200-MHz processor. The dedicated “VAIO Space” on-screen graphic user interface came preinstalled.
The VAIO notebook wasgoed introduced ter Japan te July 1997 (one year after the US). From the very outset, the docking station wasgoed part of the VAIO notebook package. This monster suggested superior expandability te a slender bod.
This very first VAIO desktop specimen featured Movie CD production software and MPEG-based TV signal recording while also sporting a CD-R drive.
First-generation VAIO Notebook 505 featured a remarkably snugger magnesium bod. Sales of sub-notebook PCs skyrocketed following the introduction of this prototype which wasgoed lauded for successfully for opening up fresh horizons for the sub-notebook market.
Tooled with a CCD camera, this VAIO C1 mini-notebook took the world by storm. The first-generation proefje featured an MMX Pentium 233-MHz processor and a Trio.2-GB hard drive.
First-generation VAIO MX series specimen with integrated stereo. Featuring a dedicated amplifier and speakers, this prototype suggested superior sound quality not normally found te individual computers. The MD slot and decorative liquid crystal on the vooraanzicht were attention-grabbing features.
The liquid-crystal tablet featured a dual hinge, enabling the screen to be tilted up to approximately 65 degrees. This device featured a palm surplus/keyboard voorkant ter addition to many other innovative features.
The translucent black assets wasgoed enclosed ter an aluminum-tone casing. With the fastened aluminum treat, this VAIO wasgoed spil convenient to carry spil a briefcase.
This wasgoed the world’s smallest and lightest* PC running Microsoft Windows XP. The rekentuig’s unique vormgeving enabled comfy operation even while holding with both forearms.
(*Spil of April 1, 2002)
VAIO Notebook Z, utilizing Intel Centrino mobile technology (designed specifically for mobility), featured a highly-advanced 14.1-inch SXGA+ LCD display (1,400×1,050). It also suggested an extended battery life of approximately seven hours during standard use.
“VAIO 505 Extreme,” wasgoed the ultimate mobile notebook. Thanks to high-density IC packaging technology and fresh exterior materials, this notebook achieved both a lightweight structure and a snugger profile, with the vuurlijn edge of the assets measuring only 9.7mm.
Type L moves beyond conventional notions of “notebook” and “desktop” vormgeving to suggest customers the “all-in-one” Type L. Type L is an invitation to a fresh lifestyle and designed to blend ter ideally wherever it goes.
Vaio Type A, the world’s very first Blu-ray disc notebook.*
View and edit HD movie ter all its full-resolution glory, and then save it to BD.
(*Spil of May 16, 2006)
Introducing Vaio Type U, a palm-size PC that uses flash memory instead of a conventional hard disk drive. At only 492 grams, this prototype produces quick memory access, longer operation, and better shock resistance.
This proefje is petite enough to slip into a jacket pocket or handbag while still suggesting full-PC features
VAIO W, a fresh line of the VAIO brand offieing low-priced subnotebook models designed mainly for Web browsing and e-mailing
Eco-edition VAIO W series—Part of the chassis featured 80% (Approx.) recycled material.
A mobile PC incorporating advanced vertoning such spil accelerated startup and pic processing, coupled with superior ‘mobility.’
The VAIO Twee 11 is a tablet/PC hybrid with an appealing slider vormgeving. Companion digitizer stylus makes this the volmaakt device for creating intricate handwritten notes and detailed drawings.
The VAIO Tapkast 20 is a battery-powered tabletop PC with a large, 20-inch LCD screen and a freestyle stand that can be set to virtually any angle to accommodate a multitude of viewing styles.
Tooled with an utterly bright LCD display compatible with Utter HD quality visuals, enabling users to love photos and movie te vivid detail. Boasts a lean build of 22.Five mm * and touch functionality.
* Excludes protruding parts
Achieved the world’s lightest build * with ultra-light, durable doorslag fiber while boasting enhanced harshness through the adoption of a “Hexa-shell” figure vormgeving.
* Among 13 inch Ultrabooks, etc. with touch functionality (spil of June Ten, 2013, according to Sony research)