Sony Computers – Sony Laptops and Sony Desktops
Sony Computers – Laptop Models
Sony Laptop Computers – We at Toledo Computer Repair service almost all Sony Laptop models, including the Sony Vaio Series (#ad) – the Vaio Fit, Vaio VGN, Vaio S Vaio SX, Vaio T and Vaio Pro series.
Sony Laptop Computer Models That We Service
Sony Computers – Desktop Models
Sony Desktop Computers – We at Toledo Computer Repair service almost all Sony Desktop models, including the PCV series, SVL series, Sony VGC series, and the Sony All In One desktop computers. (#ad)
Sony Desktop Computer Models That We Service
About Sony VAIO Computer Technology
Sony VAIO was originally a brand of Sony, introduced in 1996. In February 2014, Sony created VAIO Corporation Inc., a special purpose company with investment firm Japan Industrial Partners, as part of its restructuring effort to focus on mobile devices (#ad). Sony maintains a minority stake in the new, independent company, which currently sells computers in the United States, Japan, India, and Brazil, and maintains exclusive marketing agreements in other regions. Sony still holds the intellectual property rights for the VAIO brand and logo.
Originally an acronym of Video Audio Integrated Operation, this was amended to Visual Audio Intelligent Organizer in 2008 to celebrate the brand’s 10th anniversary. The logo, along with the first of the VAIO computers, were designed by Teiyu Goto, supervisor of product design from the Sony Creative Center in Tokyo.
Although Sony made computers in the 1980s, such as MSX-based HitBit computers mainly for the Japanese market, the company withdrew from the computer business around the beginning of the 1990s. Under the then-new VAIO brand, Sony’s re-entry into the global computer market began in 1996. Sony’s then-president Nobuyuki Idei thought “there was no point making an ordinary PC”, so the VAIO lineup was to focus on Audio Visual (as the VAIO name suggests), portability, and design.
VAIO is a brand of personal computers and consumer electronics, currently developed by Japanese manufacturer VAIO Corporation.