If you have young kids, you may want to get them comfortable with a computer but at the same time, the idea of them using your personal laptop may just send a shiver down your back.
This year, manufacturers have really pushed 3D technology. We’ve seen 3D TVs that require rather expensive 3D glasses, we’ve seen 3D game consoles and the technology has also moved into the laptop front.
The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Sony is in the process of recalling in excess of 500,000 Vaio laptops due to a problem with overheating. The problem stems from defective heat monitoring chips that are found on the VAIO C and VAIO F class notebooks that were released in January of this year.
Sony has released a pair of attention grabbing notebooks in the 14-inch VAIO EA and the 17.3-inch EC series. The notebooks are available in a florescent green, blue and pink and for the more conservative in the audience, the laptops can also be had in black, brown or a matte white.