About Sony Vaio Laptops

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Sony Vaio laptops are a sub-brand of Sony computers that has been around for more than 10 years. They tend to be expensive, but they also offer a lot of features. Find Sony Vaio computers at larger computer retailers with information from the owner of a computer service center in this free video on Sony laptop computers.

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Hi, my name is Roger. I am with R-Tech Computers and we are going to talk briefly about Sony Waio computers. The Waio name or brand is a sub brand of Sony and it has been around for over ten years. Sony Waio Notebooks are some of the more expensive notebooks out on the market, but they tend to also have some of the more features than some of the other notebooks out there. And you can buy them at pretty much any retailer or any retailer, they are available all over the place. You can go to www.r-tech.com and see several different models of the Sony notebooks available. And they are more recently coming in a variety of colors and they are just loaded with all the features you would want; web cams and finger print readers. If you want to become a reseller of Sony notebooks, Sony will not sell to you directly. But they do sell through a distribution channel, there are a variety of distributors out there, Ingram Micro, Tech Data, some of the bigger ones. And you can go to some of these distributions and set up an account and you can buy the notebooks and then you can turnaround and resale them of course. Unless you are doing a fairly large volume though, I have to be honest, you are not going to get much of a margin. And you are going to find some of the larger resellers out there can actually turn around and sell it below what you can buy it from these distributors for. So Sony is really geared towards dealing with the larger suppliers, as opposed to the smaller resellers, the individual resellers.


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