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July 01, 2014

VAIO returns as a corporation, to offer VAIO Pro and Fit PCs next month

After being sold to Japan Industrial Partners Inc. (JIP) back in February, Sony’s former PC brand, VAIO, is now returning to the PC business not just as a brand but as a corporation as well.

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Now known as the VAIO Corporation, it will start selling its own VAIO computers, sans the Sony branding, beginning August. Its first offerings are the new models of the VAIO Pro (11.6-inch / 13.3-inch) and VAIO Fit (15.5-inch) notebooks. No word yet on when they’ll make these models available internationally.

The VAIO Corporation is headquartered at Azumino City, Nagano Prefecture, Japan. It currently has 240 employees with an investment ratio of 95% JIP, 5% Sony.

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5 Responses to “VAIO returns as a corporation, to offer VAIO Pro and Fit PCs next month”

  1. evans_01 says:

    Happy to know it,,, i love vaio laptops ????????????

  2. evans_01 says:

    Happy to know it,,, i love vaio laptops ????????????

  3. Brando Braganza says:

    Oy Pipoy, mag-comment ka na dito ungas!
    wag mong kalimutang mag-inglis!

  4. Ching Chong says:

    Good to know that a Japanese company bought Vaio and not a Chinese one.

  5. Carl says:

    From what I read (I forgot the site), they will only release it to Japan.

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