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Wednesday, April 17, 2002

Hubba Hubba Sony's Vaio PCV-MXS10 edges out Apple's iMac in a feature by feature comparison, says Steve Morgenstern for Popular Science. Apple got highest marks for loading a music player with portable tunes and making DVDs; Sony's PictureGear, pre-installed Photoshop Elements and four flavors of movie editing software put it on top in those categories. My take is that at $3,400, the Sony should ship with more than stripped-down versions of Photoshop and Premiere. And that Apple's iTools add the Web to the hub quite nicely. (Sony's Imagestation may be striving for something similar (?) but is not online at the moment.)

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