In some ways, Sony was the last to the Netbook party and the first to leave. At CES 2010, Sony's most notable new laptop was an environmentally friendly 10-inch Netbook made from recycled materials.
In the space of 12 months, Netbooks, though still popular, have lost some of their sheen, and we're now seeing more-powerful 11-inch ultraportable laptops take their place. With that in mind, it makes sense that Sony is skipping new Netbooks this year, and instead focusing on the 11-inch Vaio Y series.
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