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Vaio and Gateway showed up in all their nostalgic glory at CES

Vaio and Gateway showed up in all their nostalgic glory at CES

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You may not have heard the names for a long time, but we all remember brands like Vaio and Gateway. They still make computers.

Gateway all-in-one computer with cow wallpaper

Around 2002 I remember at my local community college they were selling their old computers when they were replacing them. I got my first Gateway 2000 desktop for about $25 and it was great. The company was acquired by Acer in 2007 and the brand disappeared over time. In 2020 it was revived.

Gateway was at CES showing its wares, as was Vaio, another company that many are nostalgic for, myself included. I remember my local mall had a Sony store back in the early 2010s, before I even wrote my first blog post. I used to browse the Sony Vaio laptops and admire their unique designs. Since then, Vaio has been spun off into an independent company.

Gateway manufactures affordable PCs

Gateway 11 convertible laptop 1

Gateway 11 convertible laptop 2

The exciting thing about the Gateway laptops I’ve seen is, well, they’re Gateway laptops. Seriously, didn’t someone have some kind of Gateway PC in the late 90’s early 2000’s?

Branding aside, it’s worth remembering that these are all genuine entry-level products sold exclusively through Walmart. All products shown have an Intel Celeron or Pentium processor, including the new all-in-one shown in the picture.

But the designs are really nice. They’re plastic and come in fun colors, and you can get things like a budget 11.6-inch convertible, like the one pictured above.

Vaio makes cool laptops

A few Vaio laptops were on display, and like Gateway’s, they come in fun colors.

This is the Vaio 14.1-inch FE laptop that feels pretty premium in general. It comes in colors like blue and pink, and there are also more basic options like 12th Gen Intel Core processors, up to a terabyte of storage, an FHD webcam, and more.

I intentionally saved the best for last. This is the Vaio SX14. It’s the highest-end of the range, as you can probably tell from the super-thin design. It comes in colors like Urban Bronze and has just been upgraded with Intel’s 13th Gen processors. It’s pretty cool.

That’s about all, but if you came here to see what’s new from a few nostalgic brands, I hope you’ve found it.

Did you have a Gateway or Vaio PC when you were young? Tell us about it in the comments!

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