Sony's been dropping VAIOs left and right lately. There's two more VAIO desktop PCs that Sony Japan is set to launch on September 10th, the VAIO type H and the VAIO type M (How do they come up with these names? Randomly draw a letter out of a hat?).
The VAIO Type H looks like a fairly standard VAIO PC, with pretty impressive specs: The top model features a FeliCa reader, Pentium D 820 (2.8GHz) processor, 1,680 x 1,050 (WSXGA+) resolution 20" LCD, P-in-P (Picture-in-Picture) or P-out-P (Picture-out-Picture), 512MB memory, Intel 945G Express chip set (video functional built-in), 300GB hard drive, and a double TV tuner (Very handy for recording one show while watching another). Essentially a media center for the space-challenged, though it still looks like a regular PC with its silver and black exterior.
The VAIO Type M on the other hand is... orange. "Passion" orange. Which I guess is VAIO lingo for grapefruit pink. It features a 1,280 x 800 resolution 15.4" LCD, and a funky keyboard that you can fold up. The top M model features a TV tuner, Celeron 2.80GHz processor, 512MB memory, built-in video, a 250GB hard drive, and a +R DL DVD super multiple drive. Another media center for the space-challenged, but more so for the artistically inclined we imagine.
No pricing as of yet, and not sure if this will go beyond Japan.