Pink Crocodile Skin Vaio, Anyone?

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This is the latest Sony Vaio Type C – Crocodile Skin series from Japan. Yes, only available in Japan later this month in 3-color variations of Pink, Red and Brown. The Pink one featured above is most suitable for Divas, Gym fairies and of course that crazy Ozzy girl from Cairns.

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10 Responses to “Pink Crocodile Skin Vaio, Anyone?”


  1. 1 Nat April 8, 2009 at 11:53 am

    OMG!!!! I now officially hate my current VAIO i’ve found a new love! That looks too SICK!! I want one now!! I take my word back on it being good that i live in OZ no way!!

    As for the “crazy girl from OZ” that was a bit harsh i’m not really crazy :S

    I really wish u didn’t post this blog now…. you put me through AGONY!!! I WANT ONE!!!

  2. 2 BigMacky April 8, 2009 at 12:44 pm

    Nat

    You’re right. Crazy is not the right word. How bout Cookoo? Or simply boing boing? I think that Boing Boing girl from Oz sounds really good. Yeah, I’ll stick with that for now. Boing Boing Girl! BBG!

    Seriously! Pink crocodile skin laptop!? Faints.

  3. 3 Nat April 9, 2009 at 7:10 am

    =Z NO i don’t think “Boing Boing girl from Oz” sounds good. How about “Smart girl from Oz” i think that sounds better 😀

    I think Pink crocodile skin laptop is such a brilliant idea wish i had came up with something like that!

  4. 4 John April 20, 2009 at 2:20 pm

    Sony VAIO VGN-CS215J/P
    Just received my Sony gorgeous pink laptop and tried to hooking my new matching Microsoft wireless mouse up to USB. Microsoft Vista recognized the mouse but the mouse will not operate. I also tried hooking up my new Kodak all in one printer without success.
    After spending over 5 hours on sunday tt Sony technical support I was no more ahead than when I first started.
    I now have a computer tech coming tomorrow to either get the mouse working on vista or downgrade me to XP.
    I am not faulting Sony because it is a great product and almost everything I own that is electronic is manufactured by Sony. The problem lies with Miscrosoft Vista!

  5. 5 BigMacky April 21, 2009 at 8:30 pm

    John

    Pink Crocodile skin Vaio and matching mouse. You are just too fabulous for Microsoft!

  6. 6 alexrander July 29, 2009 at 1:18 pm

    Sony VAIO VGN-CR510E/P
    OK, u shouldn’t judge the entire laptop based on customer service. I mean come on, this laptop was a great investment. I had two compaq and an toshiba and this one beats them all. I have had no problems yet, but I just got this two weeks ago from best buy..great buy, highly recommended. The only problem is the speakers are a bit low, but I always buy external speakers so it doesn’t bother me at all. I love my laptop and soo many compliments..

  7. 7 Elton August 12, 2009 at 4:46 pm

    I love the new laptop. It works fast, it’s not too big and didn’t have too much preinstalled things i had to take care of. And for the price, it was a bargain.

  8. 8 pinky August 17, 2009 at 10:11 am

    acer aspire one pink
    I bought this netbook in February and it is still as fast and effective as it was when I took it out of the box. I take it with me to the library every time I go so I can access the wireless network on my own machine, plus I’ve taken it on vacation because it’s so portable. Plus, I do all of my graduate school work on this little machine. It still boots quickly and is able to run multiple applications at once. My favorite aspects of this computer are its portability, decent battery life, and the cute pink color.

  9. 9 alan October 16, 2009 at 9:47 pm

    Sony VAIO VGN-CS260J/P 14.1-Inch Laptop
    First off, don’t buy it because its pretty. Yes I have it in pink but that was not the determining factor; I just love that I have the option. What the other reviewer is saying about the keyboard I don’t get because yeah the keys ARE spaced together but its a typical laptop keyboard but its comfortable to type on. The best part is all that gunk and funk don’t get stuck in between the keys but they aren’t so close together.

    Its fast, and has a lot of space although its still smart to back up your stuff so you don’t get screwed in case something does happen. The sound quality is great; I do voice over IP and there was no issue. Also, when I was working with the Blu-ray and other things it is great;the graphics and picture quality are amazing and the screen is just the right size. I watch Blu-ray’s, DVS’s and also download from Netflix to this computer and its perfect! The touch sensor AV control is a nice touch.

    For photos, I love that it has all the slots not just one. Especially because no one is getting pictures from me if I have to take that extra step of hooking a camera up to the computer to do it.

    Out of the box the battery setting comes out OPTIMIZED I recommend the Balanced setting or you be constantly recharging your battery. My only beef is windows vista which takes some time getting used to but is an easy transition. Also, word of warning scrap the Windows OneCare its crap and they are doing away with it because it performs so poorly yet Microsoft still allows people to purchase it. Save your money for Norton instead.

    Lastly,I’ve had this computer for over two months now and not a problem. This is my second Vaio the first which is over five years old and with my active duty husband aboard a US Navy submarine. And trust me he is not gentle with anything. These are NOT crap-made computers and last a good long time when you take care of them right. (p.s. I also buy a sqauretrade warranty to be on the safe side too). Buy it you won’t regret it.

  10. 10 pink December 31, 2009 at 2:55 pm

    Pink Sony Vaio
    I purchased this Vaio from the Sony website. You can get the same machine, only you can choose your own specs: (such as a larger hard drive, faster processor etc). It’s an extremely attractive machine (hey, it’s pink that’s one of the reasons you are buying it, right?), the exterior is very sturdy the screen bright and clear, and the design is very modern.

    It is also virtually soundless although the hard drive can make a really high-pitched sound when its accessing. The battery power is decent, although I opted to upgrade my battery.

    Negatives: I found the vista edition less integrated with the Sony hardware than I would like. For instance, you cannot play DVDs in media center even though it has that option. Media center doesn’t recognize the dvd drive. Instead you can only use Wind..


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