As the name suggests, Sony VAIO is an offshoot of a giant electronics company (like Acer), namely Sony. Although the company is now known by this name, its actual name is Vaio Corporation. The company is relatively young in terms of i...
As the name suggests, Sony VAIO is an offshoot of a giant electronics company (like Acer), namely Sony. Although the company is now known by this name, its actual name is Vaio Corporation. The company is relatively young in terms of its history, having been founded in 1996 as an offshoot of Sony, which, however, only holds a 5 percent stake in the company.
There has always been only one main product, the Sony VAIO laptop, which is equipped with high-quality LCD displays - a display that is still used today. Later, however, the company's overall approach changed, and it gradually expanded from notebooks to other areas, using not only graphics adapters and power supplies. These are mainly mobile devices, which are currently widely used around the world. However, the computer business was not completely abandoned. Today, you can buy them in the form of popular models like Sony VAIO FIT 15E or Sony VAIO PRO13, especially in Japan. But beyond that, the company remains a strategic supplier, for example, in the area of spare parts, from larger components to small things like keyboards.
But it was not only the quality and unique machines in terms of technical parameters, Sony VAIO laptops also stood out for their own media center, which was also connected to desktop computers. This logically made it possible to use their own solutions and tools primarily for entertainment, but also for everyday activities. The quality was also influenced by good batteries - batteries that can maintain operation for many hours without a charger. However, the latest laptops come exclusively with the Windows operating system - labeled 8.