Since, the purchase of my VAIO CR Notebook during the summer of 2008, the plot behind the well-known name 'VAIO' was merging with other curiosities at my mind. I surfed the web but that didn't work that time. But after keep-on searching from 2008, I finally succeeded here, now. One wiki-page is the helper. So, with this post I'm pasting a portion of the actual information available till date.
Why we call it "VAIO"?
VAIO is a sub-brand used for many of Sony's computer products. Originally an acronym of Video Audio Integrated Operation, this was amended to Visual Audio Intelligence Organizer in 2008 to celebrate the brand's 10th anniversary. The branding was created by Timothy Hanley to distinguish items that integrate consumer audio and video with conventional computing products, which functioned as a regular computer and a miniature entertainment center.
The Beautiful and Impressive VAIO Logo has a Creative Intense:
The VAIO logo also represents the integration of analog and digital technology with the 'VA' representing an analog wave and the 'IO' representing a digital binary code.
Although Sony made computers in the 1980s exclusively for the Japanese market, the company withdrew from the computer business around the turn of the decade.