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Topic # 28991 18-Dec-2008 15:06
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http://www.vaio.co.nz/vaio/thewaitisover/

That's the site to have a look.  I only saw it a few hours ago.  Anyone want to guess what it may be about?  New revolutionary laptop from Sony... tablet? 

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  Reply # 185009 18-Dec-2008 16:39
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I just checked the Aussie and American sites - nothing!  Strange.

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  Reply # 185011 18-Dec-2008 17:09
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could be that sony will offer 1080p screens and bluray readers on all their laptops. as there's no new model as such ... or is there? or could be just a price hike after the new year!



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  Reply # 185425 21-Dec-2008 09:00
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Hmm, very strange, still no information on the net about this.  Is this only a NZ promotion of a new Vaio?  It's very doubtful.



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  Reply # 186645 30-Dec-2008 10:52
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Ah ha, found it.

It's apparently a Sony netbook.  Details can be found here.

Not very excited about it since the screen is only an 8-inch.

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