Sony to launch its 'netbook'
Sony said Tuesday it will launch a tiny laptop next month, the company's belated entry into the "netbook" PC market.
TOKYO — Sony said Tuesday it will launch a tiny laptop next month, the company's belated entry into the "netbook" PC market.
The new addition to its Vaio line will cost about $630 when it goes on sale in Japan, with launches in the U.S. and Europe to follow. It will be about the size of a hardback book and run on lower grade hardware than other Sony models.
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