We posted a review of Sony's Vaio JS250J all-in-one Thursday afternoon, and you can read all about it here. The system hasn't changed much from the model we reviewed last September. What's probably more interesting is how the rest of the all-in-one market has caught up to Sony.
As with Sony's original $1,000 or so Vaio all-in-one, we still think the JS250J is the best all-around Windows-based all-in-one. Apple's updated 20-inch iMac distances itself from Sony with its performance, but without a Blu-ray drive Apple can't compete with the Sony's versatility as a home entertainment center.
Read our full review of the Sony Vaio JS250J.
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