Before Apple’s MacBooks and iMacs became the gold standard of premium computer design, Sony ruled the computing world with its sleek VAIO computers.

We thought we’d never see another hot VAIO computer sold outside of Japan ever again after Sony sold the VAIO division to Japan Industrial Partners last year, but it looks like they were only hibernating, waiting for the right moment to make a triumphant return. VAIO laptops will once again be sold in the U.S. and Brazil in Microsoft retail stores, according to The Wall Street Journal.

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VAIO computers sans Sony branding are coming back to the U.S.