New Sony VAIO T Series Ultrabook Announced

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Sony’s first VAIO Ultrabook line, the T Series Ultrabook PC, sports an ultra-smooth full-flat brushed aluminum and magnesium chassis and it features a 13.3-inch display, the latest generation Ultra Low Voltage Intel Core processors, optional Solid State Drive or Hybrid…

Lenovo has announced the worldwide release for their new U Series IdeaPad U310 and U410 Ultrabooks. The 13.3-inch U310 and 14-inch U410 measure 0.7-inch and 0.83-inch thick and weigh 3.74lbs and 4.18lbs, respectively. Both models are available with 3rd generation…

The hand-held Nintendo 3DS system gets super-sezed with the new Nintendo 3DS XL model, which will go on sale in North America, available in Red or Blue on August 19th for $199.99.

Intel has slowly been rolling out its third-generation Core i5 and i7 processors, and Consumer Reports has rated several laptops and desktops that use this series. We’ve found that they boost performance up to 20 percent for certain tasks compared with the previous generation’s same speed Core processors

This year TVs aren’t just getting bigger—they’re also getting wider, thanks to a new line of Vizio LCD sets that feature a 21:9 aspect ratio, rather than the 16:9 screens found on other TVs.

The Sony Xperia ion, which runs on AT&T’s high-speed LTE and HSPA+ networks, offers impressive display and camera performance. The ion can snap a picture in less than 2 seconds from standby mode—very convenient for capturing life’s magic moments.

At the Google I/O developer conference today, the search company confirmed recently ubiquitous rumors by announcing its very own Nexus 7 tablet, which will run on a brand new version of its Android mobile operating system: Android 4.1, nicknamed Jelly Bean. Specs for the tablet , which will be manufactured by Asus, include a 1,280 x 800 HD display, a quad-core Tegra 3 processor, a 12-core GPU, and 1GB of RAM.

Where do you do most of your Web browsing? Overall, 88 percent of U.S adults now own cell phones; 55 percent go online with their phones, and of those, 31 percent use their phones more than computers to explore the Web. That works out to 17 percent of all cell-phone owners who go online mainly via their phones.

Will the second coming of the Google TV platform stick? A month after LG launched the Google TV–powered G2-series TVs and just days after Sony announced its own Google TV streaming-media player, Vizio announced that it will offer its own Google TV set-top box—and at $99, it’s half the price of Sony’s.

Sony, which was an early adopter of the first-generation Google TV platform, is giving it another go next month when it starts selling the NSZ-GS7 Internet Player, which will be priced at $199. The box, which includes the updated version of Google TV we previewed in LG’s new G2-series TVs , will be released in mid-July, although Sony will allow pre-orders of the NSZ-GS7 starting June 25, 2012 at www.sony.com/sonygoogletv.