Sony VAIO Pocket Cases - VGP-CKP1 and PDAir

With Sony's recent price drop of the VAIO Pocket, it seems everyone is interested with the VAIO Pocket. Of course, finding accesories for it is challenging so I've written up a quick guide to different cases I've tried out. Both are good cases and are designed differently and worth taking a look if you're going to invest in a VAIO Pocket player.

Sony Network Walkman NW-E507

Sony's iPod Shuffle competitor finally arrives embracing MP3 and a ton of new features. How does it stack up? Is it worth the wait? Does it live up to the expectations of a Sony digital audio player? Read on to find out how well this device does and why you may want to consider it.

VAIO Pocket VGF-AP1 Update

Sony updates their VAIO Pocket to become a true MP3 player with a new firmware. Along the way, they provide a ton of new usability enhancements that now make it a competitive product in the crowded hard disk based digital audio player market. Is it enough? Well, if you're already an owner, you definitely want to download this update! Read on to find out more about this update!


Sony brings their alleged "iPod Killer" to the market. I share my experience of using one for the past several months getting to learn the finer details of it. Is it competitive? Too little too late? Read on to find out more about Sony's first portable hard disk player.

Sony Cybershot DSC-T1

5 Megapixels!? A 2.5" LCD!? 6.3 oz?!? 3x Optical Zoom!? These were some of the mindblowing specs I read about on Sony Japan's website late last year. As I was in the market for a new everyday digital camera, this gem caught my eye and I did everything in my power to obtain one. After a few months of usage, I'm ready to give my thoughts on this amazing little camera. It took Sony long enough to finally enter this class of cameras...was it worth the wait? Read on to find out.

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