Sony sells its VAIO PC business, makes TV arm its own subsidiary

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  1. whazzup

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    So what are they going to be doing now? Making android smartphones that are even less profitable?

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    Surprising News... They had said they would refresh/update their Flip line for the end of this month and I had planned to buy one Flip 15...
    Humm time to be cautious ...
     
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    Or stick with PCs that have a limited future. Really there's no win here. It looks like Lenovo is fast becoming the Samsung of Windows PCs.

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    I think their other electronics lineup (Bravia TVs, cameras, Playstation, etc) has always been more profitable than their vaio line.

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    Refresh the Flip line how? Planning to get a Flip 14 or 15 in the next few months so don't want to end up with a model that's about to be upgraded, especially when the price will probably stay the same...
     
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