GenSan Made and Believed in Sony’s 8th Vaio Store

2 Sep

sony philippinesI purchased my Sony Cyber-shot three years ago and needless to say, it has become quite obsolete when compared to newer and trendier models available these days. I chose Sony back then because it had the features I needed and after all these years, it’s the capture-moment partner of my life, both the momentous and the mundane.

sony vaio sm gensanAs a personal Sony user, I was quite thrilled to be invited to the opening of the 8th Sony Vaio shop in the country last August 31st. General Santos City is really giving her techy citizens more options in electronic gadgets and I sure want to be there as it happens!

The President and Managing Director of Sony Philippines himself, Mr. Yasushi Asaoka, and the Perfect Image Group of Companies CEO, Mr. Perfecto Uy, led the inauguration and ribbon cutting of the newest gadgets store in town. Also in attendance were Mommy D and several SOX bloggers including yours truly.

Aside from Sony Vaio laptops, the store also carries other Sony products including Xperia, Walkman, Playstation, Cyber-shot and NEX cameras, handycams and accessories. They accept credit card purchases so if you’re a CC holder you may want to check them out as soon as possible – they have a really good looking Sony Vaio E Series satin pink 14″ netbook.

Visit them at SM City General Santos Cyberzone, 3rd level. You may find that replacement battery you need for your digital camera or be tempted to buy the Sony Cyber-shot TX20 which is water resistant, shockproof, and stylish point and shoot camera prefect for the outdoors.


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