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1. Sony DRX-530UL ExternalDVD+RW/CD-RW
$1,499.99 $870.00
2. Sony LF-X1 LocationFree 12.1"
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3. Sony Memory Stick PC Card Adapter
$1,999.99 list($2,199.99)
4. Sony VAIO PCG-TR3A Notebook PC
$27.99 list($179.99)
5. Sony 128 MB USB 2.0 Micro Vault
$171.99 list()
6. Sony VAIO RoomLink Network Media
$127.99 list()
7. Sony network adapter ( SNCA-CFW1
$891.99 list()
8. Video Network Server 4-CHANNEL
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9. Sony PEGA-WL100 Wireless LAN Card
$144.99 list($149.99)
10. Sony PEGA-WL110 Wireless LAN Card
11. Sony VAIO Wireless LAN PC Card,
12. Sony USB Bluetooth Adapter for
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13. Sony VAIO Wireless LAN PC Card
14. Sony VAIO 802.11a/b/g Ethernet
15. Sony Vaio 802.11g Wireless Ethernet
16. Sony AIBO Wireless LAN Card (ERA-201D1)
17. STORSTATION 20GB-NTWK STOR SYS
18. Sony VAIO 802.11a Ethernet Converter
19. Sony VAIO 802.11a/b/g Wireless
20. Sony VAIO 802.11a/11b Dual PC

1. Sony DRX-530UL ExternalDVD+RW/CD-RW 8X Drive 40X/24X/40X
by Sony

our price: $255.99
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Asin: B0001BRIQC
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 3655
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Records on DVD+RW/+R and DVD-RW/R media and standard CD-R/RW discs so you can choose the right disc for the task at hand
  • Sonic Solutions MyDVD Video/Video CD authoring software will turn your home movies into DVDs or Video CDs for easy sharing
  • Protect your valuable data against system failures by backing up with included backup software, Retrospect Express
  • Burn custom music CDs, share photos and video, and so much more
  • USB 2.0/1.1 and i.Link interfaces for easy installation

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great machine,great price.
I had been very reluctant about buying a dvd burner for quite awhile.The technology didn't quite seen mature considering all the complaints with format wars,compatability issues,disc problems ect...I finally took the plunge on a wing and a prayer when I saw this recorder and it's price.I was pleasantly surprised at how easy the 530UL was to install and use.The included software is pretty standard and mediocre,but it gets the job done.There are better down-loadable freeware programs on the net though.
Over the last 2 months,I have made over 50 DVD+R's (I haven't tried making any -R's yet..) without a single glitch as of yet.I have been using Memorex 4X discs with this burner and they work perfectly.Amazon has good deals on bulk amounts of these discs in case you want to stockpile....I've had no problems playing them on a JVC DVD player that is about 3 years old or a brand new Pioneer model.
Overall I am more than pleased with my purchase.The only little glitch is psychological:not long after buying this,Sony introduced the 700UL which is a new dual layer burner.If I had known about it,I may have waited to purchase it instead.It's a bit aggravating,but then again that's the marketplace.Get rid of the older technology at a lower price and charge a premium for the new.That's the chance you take when you are an early adopter.
Still,the burner is an excellent deal and good quality.I rarely recommend a product,but this one has my complete support.

2-0 out of 5 stars Bad support problem if you own a sony dvd player
I bought this and upgrade to the 8x and was happy until I tried to play this a dvd-r on my home system that plays other dvd-r just fine. It seems that the sony dvd-r is a little diffrent then others. I have 2 other slower burners and the dvd-r that they burn can be played in my sony dvd changer but if I burn it with my sony burn and can not be read. Sony said that itis not there problem because it can be read on the burner itself. Poor very poor

4-0 out of 5 stars Have had good luck +++
I have made approx. 30 DVD's in the last 4 months with this SONY DVD writer. I have had the best luck with the Memorex DVD+R or Memorex DVD+RW. There is an occasional glitch that trashes a DVD, but for the most part I'm happy with the recorder. Copy from DISC to HARDRIVE to DISC, never from DISC TO DISC. I've heard that using the 2x speed for DVD-R / DVD-RW is the best. But I haven't proven that theory yet. The reading speed is great.

3-0 out of 5 stars Exelente cuando logras que funcione.
Este quemador de DVD es exelente cuando logras que el sofware funcione.
Su instalacion es facil, su manejo tambien, el problema viene cuando comienzo a quemar un DVD....a mitad del proceso de repente se congela y se queda atascado por lo que tengo que reiniciar el proceso....a veces lo logro y a veces mejor lo apago (Es realmente frustrante).
Mi sistema operativo es XP profesional.
De 10 intentos he logrado quemar unos 3 DVD's con videos familires los cuales una vez quemados puedo verlos en mi DVD player (Sony DAV-C770))y en mi TV lo que resulta exelente.
Estoy convencido que el problema es el sofware (My DVD 5)proveído por SONIC y no es problema propiamente del quemador (SONY).
La asistencia del sofware (SONIC) solo te habla de tecnicismo que no creo porque algunas veces funciona...y otras no.
El quemador te da la ventaja de usar discos DVD+R/RW y DVD-R/RW.
Yo solo he quemado discos DVD+R/RW y no tengo experiencia con DVD-R/RW.
Espero sea de ayuda. (En español es mejor!!) ... Read more


2. Sony LF-X1 LocationFree 12.1" LCD TV
by Sony
list price: $1,499.99
our price: $1,499.99
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Asin: B00061F2GA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 5415
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Amazon.com Product Description

Sony's LF-X1 LocationFree TV puts the age of mobile lifestyles and high-speed network connectivity at your fingertips in the form of a portable, broadband Internet-enabled LCD television system that you can use virtually anywhere in the world. Weighing less than an average laptop PC, the wireless LF-X1 consists of a 12.1-inch LCD TV with a standard 4:3 aspect ratio, 800 x 600 native pixel resolution, and an accompanying base station. The base station houses most connection terminals, an NTSC broadcast tuner, and a wireless transmitter. The monitor runs on a supplied rechargeable lithium battery, while the battery charger works on universal power (AC 100 to 240V) for use in most countries.

LocationFree TV is lightweight and easy to tote from place to place.
Using Sony's first dual-band wireless system (2.4 and 5 GHz), the base station transmits video content to the touch-panel screen--there's no mouse required. The set delivers stable video and audio signals without interference from other 2.4 GHz devices such as microwave ovens and cordless phones. Internet and TV content arrives from the base station by way of secured device authentication and encryption technology, making the system perfect for Internet surfing in WiFi hotspots and via Ethernet ports found in hotels, airports, and other locations.

The innovative system employs the IEEE 802.11a/11g protocol for a wide selection of transmission channels, and it switches the channel automatically to minimize monitor interference across a range of up to 100 feet from the base station. The 802.11a/g standards support a higher bit rate than the conventional 802.11b standard, helping the set maintain stable, high-quality video images. The LocationFree TV also uses advanced QoS (Quality of Service) technology, which delivers extra bandwidth security for reliable audio/video transmissions, even in high-traffic wireless environments.

Faroudja's DCDi (Directional Correlation Deinterlacing) is a video algorithm designed to eliminate the jagged edges along diagonal image lines resulting from video interpolation. DCDi monitors image edge transitions and fills in the gaps between frames.

The LF-X1 is a multitasking chameleon. It weighs around 5 pounds and includes angled-line correction circuitry for smoothing out jagged lines; motion-adaptive I/P conversion circuitry for improving fast-moving action scenes; and a digital-audio amplifier for crisp sound with minimal distortion. It also features picture-in-picture capability and an audio/video input for connecting to a camcorder, game console, DVD player, or other entertainment device.

The LocationFree TV autoselects the strongest wireless signal so you get the best transmission wherever you're watching.
When the base station and the wireless monitor are each connected to the Internet through your existing ISP, you can easily and quickly access the Web, exchange e-mail, and shop online using the onscreen keyboard. It can also morph into a digital photo album, displaying custom slide shows from its built-in memory or from Memory Stick media, which plugs into a dedicated flash-memory port.

Filling the role of an intuitive graphical use interface (GUI), the onscreen universal remote and onscreen keyboard heighten the LocationFree TV's uniqueness and versatility. Sony's GUI simplifies navigation of all aspects of the set. You can even use the screen itself as a remote to switch from channel to channel or from function to function. (A USB port facilitates hookup of an optional physical keyboard.)

The base station houses an Ethernet port for broadband compatibility and 2 video inputs for audio/video components and other peripherals (S-video, composite-video). There's also IR blaster for added control and convenience and a USB port for connecting to an optional analog (dial-up) modem.

What's in the Box
TV, base station, a quick-start guide, an IR blaster, a rechargeable battery pack, an instruction manual, and a stylus. ... Read more

Features

  • 12.1-inch TFT SVGA LCD monitor with touch panel and 800 x 600 native pixel resolution; 14.4 x 9.5 x 1.3 inches (W x H x D) monitor only
  • Dual-band wireless A/V transmission using 802.11a, 802.11b, and 802.11g IEEE protocols; autoselects for the best signal
  • 3D digital comb filter, cross-color suppressor, noise reduction, 3:2 pulldown reversal, and motion adaptive IP conversion
  • Internet function, mail function, photo album, hand drawing function, Memory Stick slot, stereo speakers
  • Universal onscreen A/V remote commander controls most major brands of A/V components; supplied IR blaster wirelessly controls A/V components

3. Sony Memory Stick PC Card Adapter (MSAC-PC3)
by Sony

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Asin: B000083J0C
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 4550
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Reads and writes Memory Stick media to a USB port
  • Includes SonicStage software version 1.5 for Microsoft Windows operating systems
  • Memory Stick media sold separately
  • Read at 1.2 Mbps or write at 700 Kbps
  • Ideal for transferring images and data between computers, digital cameras, CLIÉ Handhelds and other Memory Stick media devices

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Absolutely the Best!!!
This saves time and battery life. Use it over again and again- just like a floppy disk drive. Buy Sony original products and you'll be safe- don't save a few pennies by buying generics, you get what you pay for. Recommendation: Strong Buy ... Read more


4. Sony VAIO PCG-TR3A Notebook PC (1.0 GHz Pentium Centrino, 512 MB RAM, 40 GB Hard Drive, CD-RW/DVD Combo Drive)
by Sony
list price: $2,199.99
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Asin: B00017H7QW
Catlog: Personal Computer
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 90
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Offering a head-turning design and eyebrow-raising features, the ultra-light,tiny Sony VAIO PCG-TR3A notebook PC offers long battery life (thanks to theIntel Centrino processor), a Sony XBRITE screen with a 16:9 aspect ratio (greatfor watching DVDs), and an built-in digital camera. It also features a 54g wirelessLAN, combo CD-RW/DVD drive, 512 MB of installed RAM, and a weight of just overthree pounds. The integrated swivel camera at the top of the screen enablesyou to capture 640 x 480 still images and live video (motion JPEG) that canbe saved directly to your hard drive.



The PCG-TR3A has an Intel Pro-Wireless 2100BG integrated wireless LAN thatconnects using the 802.11g wireless standard

The Basics

  • Hard Drive: The 40 GB (4200 RPM) hard drive offers plentyof space for most users, though this size is beginning to feel smallcompared with other notebooks. It also has a 1024 KB L2 cache and a400 MHz bus speed.
  • Processor: While at the low end of current Centrino notebooks,the PCG-TR3A's 1 GHz Pentium M processor is definitely fast enough foreveryday tasks and basic multimedia (it's comparable to a 1.5 GHz MobileIntel Pentium 4). The Pentium M processor is designed specifically forlow-power mobile usage, and it features the latest in power-saving technologies--ensuringyou push your battery and productivity to the max.
  • Memory: The PCG-TR3A comes with a 512 MB built-in memory(DDR SDRAM, 333 MHz)--a good start for power users--with a maximum memoryexpansion up to 2.05 GB (2 x 1024 MB).
  • CD/DVD Drive: You can easily and quickly burn music and videoto CD with the combo CD-RW/DVD drive (24x write/10x rewrite/24x read).
  • Keyboard & Mouse: The PCG-TR3A has an 83-key keyboardand electro-static touchpad.
Sound and Graphics
The PCG-TR3A has an Intel 855GM chipset integrated graphics card with 64MB of shared video memory. Combining three new technologies for increasedbrightness, contrast and viewing angles, the 10.6-inch flat-panel XBRITELCD offers a bright, vibrant screen for watching DVDs and editing your digitalphotos. It also has a sound card that's integrated into the main board,and offers built-in stereo speakers. It has a high native resolution of1280 x 768.

The PCG-TR3A features built-in stereo speakersfor use with software, audio and video media.


The PCG-TR3A offers many essential connectivity optionsfor its small size
Connectivity and Expansion Slots
The PCG-TR3A has an Intel Pro-Wireless 2100BG integrated wireless LAN thatconnects using the 802.11g wireless standard. You get a smaller offeringof connectivity options (due to the notebook's size):
  • 2 USB 2.0 ports for connecting a wide range of peripherals--from digitalcameras to MP3 players
  • 1 FireWire (also known as IEEE 1394 or i.Link) ports for connectingdigital video camcorders and other peripherals
  • 1 RGB monitor port
  • 1 PCMCIA (or PC Card) slot (Type I/II)
  • 1 headphone jack and 1 microphone jack

It also has an integrated 56K modem (V.92), and an RJ-45 LAN networkport (for a 10/100 Ethernet connection to networks and DSL/cable modems).


Preloaded System and Software
The PCG-TR3A comes with the Windows XP Home Edition operating system,and it also features Microsoft Works (for working with word processingand spreadsheet documents). It also is loaded with a bevy of Sony multimediasoftware: PictureGear Studio and Network Smart Capture (digital photo),DVgate Plus (digital video), and SonicStage (digital music). Other preloadedsoftware includes Intervideo WinDVD and Norton Internet Security Center7.

Dimensions and Weight
At 10.6 x 7.4 x 1.4 inches (L x W x H), this is a seriously small notebook.And it weighs just a mere 3.11 pounds with the battery.

Power
The included rechargeable lithium-ion battery offers between 3 and 5.5 hoursof life with typical usage. An optional larger-capacity battery will providedouble that (between 6 and 11 hours of battery life).

What's in the Box
This package contains the Sony Vaio PCG-TR3A notebook PC, rechargeable lithium-ionbattery, AC adapter, and operating instructions. ... Read more

Reviews (16)

5-0 out of 5 stars A perfect mini
I've had a few Sony minicomputers - an early 505g, an SR-7, and now this TR3a. Each revision of the mini keeps getting better for me: The keyboard fits my hands well, and the screen, while small, is brilliant and sharp (and at 768x1280, it is ALMOST equivalent to my Powerbook 17"!)

It's fast, the battery life is very good (you really can get 5+ hours - I don't have to plug it in at work, putting it to sleep at lunch and meetings. The Wireless G has very good range too, much better than my previous two Powerbooks...

Also, it looks FANTASTIC, and I've got nothing but awed looks at work - everyone wants to try it. And it's remarkably light.

My only complaints: The touchpad is dinky - you really need an external mouse for serious visio action - and it's just a LITTLE thicker than I wish...

In the end - if size and coolness are primary drivers for you (as they are for me), this is a no-brainer. But if performance is what you need, the Z1 series might be better. But the screen on the TR is much sharper than the Z1.

Highly Recommended by this geek.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best Mobile Gadget Ever!
Well, i'll make it simple and easy. I bought the Sony Tr3 from Bahrain (PCG-TR3). It is so handy when it comes to mobility.

Pros:

Long life battery lasted me 2 days with more than average use
with wireless turned on

Nice keyboard that makes no sound .. only problem is the right shift key which is no big deal

This Camera is so handy when it comes to taking pictures on the move of friends and to make online conference

Wireless is so handy when you are in a hot spot ...

The laptop is so lite weighted u can't even feel u are carrying anything!

Looks so trendy and all you get is amazed faces

I use it for university studies, designing my sites, (www.bahrainmobiles.com / www.ucbforums.lunarpages.com) and i also use it for presentations and to get together with my friends studying abroad

cons

can't think of any

the only thing there are so many batter options which keeps u amazed and confused on which to choose

I recommend this laptop to anyone who appreciates the taste of technology and elegance at the same time

Trust me this is the ONE .. the only thing that may stand in your way is the over price .. but it is worth every penny/cent/fils .. just name it

Have a good day all

3-0 out of 5 stars Battery didn't last that long as claimed
Like everyone else. I read the reviews, user's comments, checkout the stats, etc. about this laptop. Then finally put out the big $$$ to get it. There are alot of things to like about this computer like other owners have described. My only complain is about the battery. Sony's site and most folks in this column said that they can get 6 hours with a fully charge with the battery that comes with this laptop. But I only get about 3 - 3.5 hours max including using the "Maximum Battery Life" profile. I have put up some more $$$ to get the larger battery, still what I got is about 7 hrs or less. So where is the 8+ hours that other people have said ? I have been looking up and down in Sony's technical support site and Goolge but find nothing said if this long lasting battery claim is true. Does anyone have an actually experience with this battery claim ?

3-0 out of 5 stars beware of small screen
OK, I read all the reviews here and I checked out my friend's Vaio, so I thought I was prepared for the small size of this notebook. And I love how small and portable and lightweight it is, but after typing for only 2 hours, my eyes were burning, I had to sit really close and squint at the screen to see my words being typed. It's very difficult to read anything in Word in 12pt. And when I tried typing in 14pt, the print was almost blurry. I don't know yet if it's just my model or the SONY, but it's harder to see than my other laptop, an Acer TM 800, which I love, but is just so heavy.
All the good things people say about this laptop are true, but you need to be aware just how small everything on the screen appears. It's easier to read my palm than it is this vaio.

5-0 out of 5 stars VERY portable notebook, solid feature set
For work, I've primarily used ultrathin notebooks: the Sony R505 for a year and then the Toshiba R100 over the last 12 months. Here's what I look for:

> long battery life (for plane flights)
> minimal sacrifice of processing power, HD space, keyboard, other features
> painless wifi and ethernet access
> other cool, smart things I can showoff

This VAIO is great on a number of fronts:

1. INCLUDED battery is solid: 6 hrs for docs, powerpoint, etc, 3 hrs for a DVDs. Meets all my needs for coast-to-coast flights. Light as a book.

2. It works great as my primary computer. I do hook up to a full keyboard/monitor at the office, but I don't feel compromised on speed or functionality.

3. On the road, the is very usable. You might want to try it out, but I don't have an issue. The monitor is extremely clear and bright. They've included a ZOOM feature on the unit to make it easy to enlarge the screen image. Thoughtful, and it works very well.

4. WIFI switch works perfect. Have connected in coffeeshops, airports and the like. No issues. The Ethernet and dial-up jacks are well-postioned.

5. Monitor jack is on the side so it doesn't interfer with the screen being open. 2 USBs are on opposite sides for good reason. Generally, well laid out.

6. When you're working on your traytable on a plane, and the person in front of you leans back, your poor display doesn't get crushed because it's short enough not be compacted.

7. Other items: The camera is fun and useful if you use IM video. Well positioned for informal chatting. It includes DVD viewing software (which my other computer with a DVD drive didn't). My long-term experience with Sony laptops has been that they are very good, durable computers. I researched this unit and compared to other Toshiba, Dell and ThinkPad before the purchase, and after a month feel even more confident about the decision.

Some Cons

> Additional battery is overpriced. As usual, Sony makes the upcharge for another battery or larger capacity battery abusely expensive. Such a turnoff. Thankfully, you really don't need one with this model.

> The Screen IS smaller. Hey, you should know this going into it. Fine for word docs, email, ppts, some spreadsheet work, and DVDs (16x9 format), but if you do a lot of graphics work, it's going to feel tight. ... Read more


5. Sony 128 MB USB 2.0 Micro Vault
by Sony
list price: $179.99
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Asin: B00007JQNY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 12771
Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • When used with a USB 2.0 port, reading data from the device is over 5 times faster-a transfer speed of over 5MB per second
  • Plugs directly into the computer’s USB port
  • No adaptors or cables required
  • Plug ‘n Play USB interface requires no driver software
  • Compatible with Windows 98, 2000, ME, XP and MAC OS 9.0 and higher

Reviews (10)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great product for the organizationally challenged
This product is SO convenient. Unlike my first USB keychain drive, it fits into every USB port I've run across without needing an extension cord or adapter.

If you are a person who needs to use several different computers in the course of a day or week, and you never seem to have the right files with you, I highly recommend this drive. I just wish I'd bought the 256MB version--maybe next payday! :)

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Product!
This product is a fantastic solution for carrying data files, keeping important or sensitive files locked away in a drawer or in your briefcase, and quickly moving files between computers. It also has password protection and encryption software that works very well. It's the fastest way for me to transfer files between my Mac laptop and desktop at home (OS X) and my Sony Vaio laptop or Gateway desktop (Windows XP and 2000) at work. No drivers needed. On the Mac, it automatically shows up on your desktop just like an external drive as soon as you plug it in (and you can plug it into the USB port on your keyboard), and just drag it to the trash to eject. On Windows machines, as soon as you plug it in it is visible in Windows Explorer or My Computer, and an icon appears in your toolbar that you can click to disconnect. [The person who had trouble with his (see other review) just disconnected it while it was still saving data, which can corrupt the data. The solution is just to plug it back in, erase the file(s), and copy new ones.] It's like 3M Post-It Notes -- once you have one, you'll wonder what you did without it.

2-0 out of 5 stars Fragile and Overpriced
I've used both the 64MB and 128MB version. The Sony Micro Vault is way overpriced in comparision to its competetion. I can get twice the storage capacity on a San Disk Mini Cruzer for the same price. The Mini Cruzer is built a lot better too. The Micro Vault has a cheap plastic case and everyone I've use has eventually pulled apart exposing the board inside. This is the only drive I've had do this. Its just crappy design, trying to make it look cool at the cost of durability. It isn't the most compatible drive either. Works fine in XP but on every 98 or ME system I've used it on driver installation has been hell, requiring multiple reboots to make the machine detect it. The Mini Cruzer has been an easy install on older OS for me.

Overall it does what its suppose to but there are far more reliable, far cheaper, far more compatible and far more durable drives out there.

5-0 out of 5 stars No Problems
This drive comes with Windows 98 drivers on a mini CD, and they installed with no problems. I transferred files very quickly from my machine running Windows 98 to my other running XP. XP did not require me to load any drivers since XP has them already.

1-0 out of 5 stars Micro vault is a very sensitive storage media
After i bought this product Sony 128MB USB 2.0 Micro Vault, I accidentaly removed the unit in the USB port withoutproperly ejecting the unit it becomes defective. I visit the sony service center if they can still repair the unit maybe the system was just corrupted, ask them if they can repair or re-install the operating system. Sony cannot give me a clear answer and since i already lost the receipt & the box they cannot help me. And one more thing, they are looking for the serial number w/c is written on the box or package. Usually, after opening the box i already throw it away. Sony supposed to write the serial number on the unit itself not in the box or package. After all of this predicament that i experience, is this unit become useless???.can sony make this a more user friendly? ... Read more


6. Sony VAIO RoomLink Network Media Receiver(PCNA-MR10)
by Sony

our price: $171.99
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Asin: B00008XOKO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 16148
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Features

  • Use RoomLInk media receiver to Record Live TV from your living room
  • From your TV, view digital photos and videos recorded with Giga Pocket personal video recorder
  • Listen to your PC's music collection on your home stereo system

7. Sony network adapter ( SNCA-CFW1 )

our price: $127.99
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Asin: B0007SLHX4
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Sony
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Product Description

Sony SNCA-CFW1 is an 802.11b wireless LAN card designed exclusively for use with the SNC-RZ25N, and the SNCA-AN1 is an external pole mount directional antenna for increased range and directivity. ... Read more


8. Video Network Server 4-CHANNEL 10/100BT Enet PCMCIA Alarm RS232C

our price: $891.99
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Asin: B00084IX0M
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
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Product Description

The SNT-V504 is a compact, high-performance Video Network Station that enables video cameras to be remotely monitored and controlled1 over the network. Up to four video inputs are supported by the SNT-V504, providing greater expandability of your IP-based monitoring systems.The SNT-V504 station provides JPEG images at a high-refresh rate of 30 fps (NTSC), so you can easily monitor smooth, near-motion images using a standard web browser. Support for a PCMCIA card slot, plus a number of convenient features such as alarm, image-transfer, and network security functions, enable scalable and effective monitoring operation. Converting existing analog cameras to an IP-based monitoring system, the SNT-V504 station is an ideal solution for today's network monitoring demands. ... Read more


9. Sony PEGA-WL100 Wireless LAN Card
by Sony
list price: $149.99
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Asin: B000079868
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 12608
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Features

  • Wireless LAN card for CLIÉ handheld (conforms to IEEE 802.11b standard)
  • Enables web browsing, POP3 e-mail access and wireless synchronization with your PC via Wireless LAN (Subscription may be required. Check with your e-mail provider for e-mail access service via Wireless LAN)
  • International Wireless LAN interoperability standard WiFi certified. (Wi-Fi certified LAN access point required)
  • 128bit WEP data encryption in addition to 64bit WEP
  • Compatible with Sony Clies with CF ports

10. Sony PEGA-WL110 Wireless LAN Card
by Sony
list price: $149.99
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Asin: B00008K2OH
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 8632
Average Customer Review: 3.75 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Makes browsing the Web, checking e-mail accounts, or synchronizing data wireless
  • Supports 802.11b wireless LAN networks
  • Fits in your CF Type II card slot
  • Features 64/128-bit WEP security
  • Compatible with Sony Clies with CF ports

Reviews (4)

4-0 out of 5 stars Good speed, poor network recognition
The LAN card worked great on my two known networks, but was a bit of a hassle when looking to add a network connection. It was very smooth and quick once connected. Though it's time consuming setting up an unknown connection, it works extremely well once operating.

3-0 out of 5 stars Good with AvantGo. Lacks software features
I use this card with my Sony Clie NX70V/U. It's relatively easy to install and get up and going with a program like AvantGo or the browser that comes with the Clie. I think the software could use some improvement. I had to manually go in and tell it what network to connect to. The software doesn't proactively go out and see what wi-fi networks are available. You have to fill in the network ID manually.

So for instance if I go to a hotel that has wi-fi, and I want to connect to their network, first I have to figure out the name of their wi-fi network so that I can attempt to connect. As vs. my laptop with a LinkSys wi-fi card where I stick in my wi-fi card, and it automatically goes out and tells me what networks are available and I can just click on the one I want to connect to.

If the software was more functional, it would also be nice as a wi-fi hotspot identifier. It would be nice to walk into an airport or hotel and quickly identify whether or not there is a wi-fi hotspot using my PDA without having to boot up the laptop.

3-0 out of 5 stars Only a partial WiFi solution
This works very well if all you want to do is connect to your already configured home network. It does not, however, include some common WiFi tools, such as the ability to pick an access point from a list, test signal strength, or use newer security features. It's hard to configure: you'll need to know (and enter exactly) the SSID of your access point. Good luck trying to use this with a public access point (paid or free). Unless you do so research before you go out (e.g., the common SSID used by Starbucks), you'll have no way of knowing how to connect.

Also note that this is more expensive than other WiFi CF cards. However, this is your only option for Sony Clie devices.

5-0 out of 5 stars Works extremely well on home network
I purchased this wireless LAN card specifically for use on my home network (a Linksys Wireless-G Broadband Router), and i could not be happier.

The card works exactly as Sony said; one merely plugs it into the CLIE, configures the network settings, and it is ready for use. I use the 128-bit WEP encryption built into the card as a rule, and it also works beautifully.

This product along with the Netfront web browser (included on the original CLIE CD) make for very fast and enjoyable web surfing at home on the CLIE. ... Read more


11. Sony VAIO Wireless LAN PC Card, 5 GHz (PCWA-C500)
by Sony

Asin: B000064129
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 29789
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Features

  • Connects up to 16 PC's per Access Point
  • Compatible with IEEE 802.11a (5 GHz) wireless devices
  • Up to 54 Mbps high speed data transfer rate
  • Secure 64 or 128 bit WEP encryption
  • Compatible with Windows 2000 Pro, Me, and XP

12. Sony USB Bluetooth Adapter for XP Model Notebooks (PCGABA1/A)

Asin: B00009QPQL
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 25217
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Sony's worldwide reputation for creating unique, attractive, high-quality, advanced technology products rests on a long line of innovations embraced by people from all walks of life. With a diverse product lineup serving a variety of lifestyles and industries, Sony continuously strives to introduce new products and technologies to meet changing market needs. ... Read more

Features

  • When plugged into USB port, blue light on the adapter lights up
  • Compatible with VAIO® notebooks (Microsoft Windows XP models only, Service Pack 1 is required)
  • This USB adapter makes your VAIO Bluetooth enabled, and communicates to other Bluetooth devices
  • Bundled software: BlueSpace NE (utility), Network Smart Capture
  • Includes a plastic case

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars So easy to use and very convenient
Simply insert the adapter into your USB connector and you are ready to use the wireless Bluetooth functions.

1-0 out of 5 stars does not work with iPaq
This adapter may work fine with other Sony products, but it does not work with PDAs other than Sony Clie. I tried every listed and imaginable option on both ends (my Vaio notebook and iPaq 2215), they "saw" each other, but could not transfer files -- not with Bluespace, not with integrated WinXP functions, and not with the ipaq software. Nada. Sony tech support was no help. I went on-line to research this problem, and MANY complaints of the same type were available -- that Sony Bluetooth does not play nice with its neighbors. Seems this is the way Sony competes in the marketplace. Fortunately, I can return this control-freak BT adapter, and get one more diversity-friendly. But many who have an integrated Sony BT in their Vaios apparently are forced to buy external BT adapters, as they are unable to use the Sony internal with their non-Sony PDAs.
Not very friendly, Sony. This is a lousy way to compete. I got my Vaio TR1 because it was an awesome little laptop. If I had liked one of the Clies, I would have purchased it. However, I preferred the iPaqs, for many reasons. Don't bully the consumer! Let us choose based upon our needs and how your products meet them.

5-0 out of 5 stars Smallest BT Adapter on the market manages to work well, too!
I purchased one of these for use with my Sony TR2 laptop, which curiously had its internal Bluetooth removed for the American market. In any case, I wanted to use it with my Sony Ericsson T616 Phone and Microsoft Bluetooth keyboard and mouse, nothing fancy.

I'm glad to say that software installation was a breeze, and the included BlueSpace NE software makes adding Bluetooth devices a snap. You launch the application, then press discover, which brings up a list of Bluetooth peripherals within range. You are then prompted to add the device and enter a PIN number. Much easier than the previous hassles I've been through with Bluetooth technology.

The hardware itself is tiny, easily the smallest USB Bluetooth adapter I've ever seen or used, and far better than Microsoft's monstrosity that comes with the keyboard and mouse. The end of the adapter glows a cool blue when plugged in as well. The mini carrying case comes with a lanyard hole so you won't lose the thing, I actually have mine attached to my keychain.

Initially I had a problem getting Outlook to sync with the T616 phone through XTND Connect, which is provided with the phone. This caused some hair-pulling, but was resolved by going to Phone Monitor Options under the control panel and turning on COM Port 4. Then activate the Serial Port service in BlueSpace NE and you're good to go.

As an interesting side note, this adapter works perfectly with my 667 MHz Apple PowerBook G4 in addition to the VAIO! Although it's a bit more expensive than other USB Bluetooth adapters, the cool design and ease of use make it worth the bit of extra cash. Definitely recommended. ... Read more


13. Sony VAIO Wireless LAN PC Card
by Sony
list price: $519.99
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Asin: B00005TSUP
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 34136
Average Customer Review: 3.67 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Access existing broadband Internet subscription with wireless technology
  • Wireless connectivity provided by Type II PCMCIA card
  • Reaches speeds up to 11 Mbps
  • Roam up to 150 feet from your access point
  • Features 2.4 GHz frequency for better range and connection quality

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars Simply the best experience for me so far...
Started off with the new "g" line of linksys products. Advertised as backwards compatible with the "b" line-after 3 days and two calls to linksys, it will not work with my Linksys Wireless "b" router. Sent back to amazon for refund.

Borrowed a friends US Robotics wireless card, worked good-but even for the mighty Robotics card I was losing connection at different places in the house.
At this point I was becoming a strong hater in notebook wireless cards.
Finally decided to go with the name brand, and low and behold, I have very adaquate wireless now throughout the house and at my university wireless network areas. The card also only sticks out less than an inch from the sony notebook-so now I never have to remove it when I place my notebook in its carrying case.

I've had very good connections at a constant rate and I'm very pleased with this card. I did pay a little more than other cards, but for the convience and peice of mind that its working non-stop for quit some time now, I am glad I did.

1-0 out of 5 stars Don't waste your cash
I have a Sony VAIO R505 SuperSlim notebook. It's a great notebook. However, I would never buy this matching wireless LAN card. It may work great and match the color of my notebook, but the PRICE! You can get other wireless LAN cards for half the price, and they work equally well.

Don't be tricked into thinking you need a Sony card just because you have a Sony computer. The Linksys and D-Link cards work just as well for half the cash. I use the Linksys WPC11 card, and I got it for 60 bucks.

5-0 out of 5 stars One of the best wireless LAN card!!!
I used many different wireless LAN card (Linksys, SMC, and Lucent), and finally I can said this is the best for Sony. First of all, it fully supports Windows XP. The installation is very easy and clear, and it may only takes you less than a minute at your currently wireless network environment. The range and connection quality are very good, and I get pretty stable and good connection even I go over 150 feet in my house at the other floors. For Advance user, you can use this card at different wireless network environment by one click, because the card can support and can be able record multiple access points setting (up to 8). So, it will be easy for you to switch backward and forward from your working wireless environment to your home wireless environment, or even at your friend's houses without any further setup at each time by different network environment needs. By few words to describe this card, I would say "Easy, Simple, Stable, Beautiful, and Wonderful". ... Read more


14. Sony VAIO 802.11a/b/g Ethernet Converter (PCWADE80)

Asin: B0001FS9NE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 74818
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Take the wires out of your life. Turn your desktop PC, PlayStation 2, or VAIO RoomLink into a wireless device with Ethernet port. This beautiful design will look great in your office or in your living room. ... Read more

Features

  • Up to 300 feet of wireless range
  • Plug into Ethernet port on your Desktop PC, VAIO RoomLink or Sony PlayStation 2 for high-speed wireless connection
  • Compatible with 802.11a, 802.11b, or 802.11g
  • Achieve set-up with non-PC products in seconds without a PC
  • Enjoy high-speed wireless up to 108 Mbps transfer rate with Atheros Super A/G and Turbo mode technology

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Expensive, but worth it! painless and powerful
I am a computer geek. I have a lot of devices, many of those with ethernet ports. For instance, I have a PRISMIQ Media Player that hooks to the TV to watch videos and photos stored on the computer.

That device has BOTH an ethernet port for wired lans, and a PCMCIA slot to insert a wireless networking card, but it must be of a given brand and model (from a list of supported cards).

I wanted to hook the device to my LAN without drilling holes on walls, and I didn't want to have to seek a special pcmcia card. So I went with one Sony PCWA-DE80. I connected to the Prismiq ethernet port and Bingo!, instant wireless connectivity to my Netgear 802.11a Wireless Access Point!.

A bonusÑ with one of these devices you can say GOODBYE to WIFI driver issues. You just need a WIFI access point next to your adsl or cable modem, and this device. Then you can hook ANYTHING with a working ethernet port to your wireless lan!. It could bea PC or any other device (could be a game console!). You plug the Sony ethernet-to-wifi converter into the device's RJ45 ethernet port and ... instant wireless connectivity. As far as the PC ordevice is concerned, it's talking to a wired ethernet, even while it's not, as the sony devices bridges wifi to wired ethernet networks!.

Setup is a breeze. Just point your browser to the devices's IP address and enter your wifi configuration data (supports wep up to 128 bits), the IP address that you want assigned to it, and that's it!. Then when you plug this unit to any device with an ethernet port, that device will immediately connect to your wifi network!. I even used one of these boxes to get instant WiFi connectivity on my old lan server running IBM OS/2, an operating system that doesn't have plenty of WiFi cards supported (if any).

Another bonus: switch operating systems painlessly, don't worry about the availability of wifi drivers!. I test software for a living, so I often find myself installing several flavors of Linux on my notebook. However, availability of Wifi drivers for Linux is scarce. So, instead of having to thinker with the computer, I just tell linux to use the notebook's ethernet port, and I then plug the SONY ethernet to wifi converter and that's it. Instant connection and no need to drill holes on the walls.

The downside: It's expensive, like most Sony gear. You can probably find several less expensive "ethernet to Wi-Fi" converters on the market, but to my knowledge the Sony ones are the ONLY that support the 5 Ghz 802.11a standard!, all cheaper devices work ONLY in the 2.4 Ghz frequency, using either 802.11b or 802.11g. I choose 802.11a because, while older, the 5 Ghz band is less prone to interference from 2.4 Ghz cordless phones, microwave ovens (did you know your microwave oven operates at 2.4 ghz?), and wireless security cameras, all of which pollute the 2.4 Ghz frequency spectrum.

The PCWADE80 works BOTH in 2.4 Ghz frequency (802.11b ang "g") and also in 802.11a. Unlike the previous model (PCWADE50) this one claims to support 72mbps "turbo" mode in 802.11a! (haven't tested it). ... Read more


15. Sony Vaio 802.11g Wireless Ethernet Adapter/Converter ( PCWADE30 )

Asin: B0000AQNY6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
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Product Description

Turn your Ethernet port into a high-speed 802.11g device! Plug the DE30 into the Ethernet port on your desktop PC, VAIO RoomLink, or PlayStation 2 and enjoy the world of high-speed wireless! The compact and beautiful design fits into any living room or office. Setting the device up with non-PC products can be done in seconds without having to use PCs. Just press the "SETUP" buttons on the DE30 converter and the AR300 access point and let the devices set themselves up. ... Read more

Features

  • Up to 54 Mbps transfer rate
  • Up to 320 feet range
  • Turn your devices into wireless via Ethernet port
  • Plug it into Ethernet pot on your desktop PC, VAIO RoomLink™ media receiver, or PlayStation 2 and enjoy high-speed wireless connection
  • Easy and quick set-up with AR300 access point

16. Sony AIBO Wireless LAN Card (ERA-201D1)

Asin: B00006IR2F
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 142236
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Product Description

The wireless LAN card ERA-201D1 is especially designed for the ERS-210 and ERS-220 AIBO Entertainment Robots. This is required for the use of "AIBO Messenger" and "AIBO Navigator", and for wireless transfer of programs and action data created with "AIBO Master Studio 1.1" to ERS-210 and ERS-220. For a complete compatibility list please refer to the original manufacturer's web site. ... Read more


17. STORSTATION 20GB-NTWK STOR SYS

Asin: B00006HVA5
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
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Product Description

To accommodate the multi-faceted backup needs of workgroups at the mid-range level, Sony is offering the BSV-M1 model, a packaged network backup server and AIT library solution that combined, fits in a 3U rack space. The BSV-M1 system is a network-attached backup server, integrated with Sony's new rack-mountable AIT library LIB-162 and backup application software, to create a cost-effective package that offers comprehensive backup capabilities in one easy-to-manage solution. The BSV-M1 unit enables automated archiving and quick data restores with a secondary backup capacity of up to 2.08 TB on the AIT library LIB-162. ... Read more


18. Sony VAIO 802.11a Ethernet Converter (PCWA-DE50)

Asin: B00008XOIF
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 72822
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Turn your Ethernet Port into a high-speed wireless device! Utilizing the 802.11a (5 GHz) standard, the PCWA-DE50 is a wireless Ethernet converter that allows you to easily connect your Desktop PC or VAIO RoomLink Network Media Receiver to the network. No need to drill holes in the walls to get connected to the network! The PCWA-DE50 lets you put your Desktop PC almost anywhere in your home or office. Just plug the PCWA-DE50 into the Ethernet port on your desktop and now it can communicate with any 802.11a (5 GHz) access point you have nearby. ... Read more

Features

  • Put your desktop PC almost anywhere in your home or office
  • Connect your desktop PC wirelessly to the Internet and network
  • Data rates up to 54Mbps, the PCWA-DE50 operates almost 5 times faster than the 802.11b (2.4GHz) standard
  • Turn your VAIO RoomLink Network Media Receiver (PCNA-MR10) into a wireless device
  • Compatible with a variety of Sony wireless LAN products

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great device!. Expensive but trouble-free
I am a computer geek. I have a lot of devices, many of those with ethernet ports. For instance, I have a PRISMIQ Media Player. That device has a PCMCIA slot to insert a wireless networking card, but it must be of a given brand and model (from a list of supported cards).

Instead of that, just plugged the sony PCWA-DE50 to the Prismiq ethernet port and Bingo!, instant wireless connectivity!. Not only that, with one of these devices you can say GOODBYE to WIFI driver issues. You just need a WIFI access point, and a PC or other device (could be a game console!) with an ethernet port. You plug the Sony ethernet-to-wifi converter and ... instant wireless connectivity. As far as the PC or other device is concerned, it's talking to a wired ethernet, even while it's not, as the sony devices bridges wifi to wired ethernet networks!.

Setup is a breeze. Just point your browser to the devices's IP address and enter your wifi configuration data (supports wep up to 128 bits), the IP address that you want assigned to it, and that's it!. Then when you plug this unit to any device with an ethernet port, that device will immediately connect to your wifi network!. I even used one of these boxes to get instant WiFi connectivity on my old lan server running IBM OS/2!.

Another bonus: switch operating systems painlessly, don't worry about the availability of wifi drivers!. I test software for a living, so I often find myself installing several flavors of Linux. However, availability of Wifi drivers for Linux varies. So, instead of having to thinker with the computer, I just tell linux to use the PC's ethernet port, and I then plug the SONY ethernet to wifi converter and that's it. Instant connection and no need to drill holes on the walls.

The downside: It's expensive, like most Sony gear. You can probably find several less expensive "ethernet to Wi-Fi" converters on the market, but to my knowledge the Sony ones are the ONLY that support the 5 Ghz 802.11a standard!, all cheaper devices work ONLY in the 2.4 Ghz frequency, using either 802.11b or 802.11g. I choose 802.11a because, while older, the 5 Ghz band is less prone to interference from 2.4 Ghz cordless phones, microwave ovens (did you know your microwave oven operates at 2.4 ghz?), and wireless security cameras, all of which pollute the 2.4 Ghz frequency spectrum. ... Read more


19. Sony VAIO 802.11a/b/g Wireless LAN PC Card (PCWAC800S)

Asin: B0001FS9N4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 53884
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Product Description

Keep your notebook looking good. With the Sony original super slim antenna, this PC Card does not stick out from your PC card slot. Experience the ultimate in style and durability while enjoying fast, convenient wireless connection at your home, office and favorite wireless hotspots. ... Read more

Features

  • Works with any notebook or Sony VAIO W or V series desktops
  • Compatible with 802.11a, 802.11b, or 802.11g
  • Fast data transfer up to 108 Mbps
  • Enjoy up to 300 feet of wireless range
  • Sony super slim antenna minimizes profile and enhances durability

20. Sony VAIO 802.11a/11b Dual PC Card (PCWA-C700)

Asin: B00008SB23
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 95082
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Product Description

Sony's worldwide reputation for creating unique, attractive, high-quality, advanced technology products rests on a long line of innovations embraced by people from all walks of life. With a diverse product lineup serving a variety of lifestyles and industries, Sony continuously strives to introduce new products and technologies to meet changing market needs. ... Read more

Features

  • Dual convenience: compatible with both 802.11a and 802.11b products
  • When utilizing the 802.11a mode, the 5 GHz band can coexist with 2.4 GHz devices without interference
  • Wireless access to the Internet in the number of growing "hotspots"
  • Compatible with Windows 2000 Professional, ME, XP Home Edition, XP Professional

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