sony vaio p

10 January, 2009 § 1 Comment

there is a new sexy gadget in town.  it’s a sony.  the sony vaio p to be precise.


Photo Credit: CrunchGear


  • processor: Intel Atom Z-520 (1.33GHz)
  • operating system: Windows Vista (why Sony why!)
  • harddisk: 64GB SSD or 60GB HDD
  • RAM: 2GB
  • memory card slot: 1 SDHC card slot, 1 memory stick slot
  • USB port: 2, one on each side
  • screen: 1600 x 768 high-resolution, 8-inch with XBRITE-Eco Technology
  • battery: 3-cell or 6-cell
  • dimension: 279mm (W)  x 199.8mm (D) x 23.6mm (H)
  • weight: 0.635 kg
  • flavours: obsidian black, olivine green, garnet red and crystal white

hands-on and first impressions

on the lightest ultra-portable to date:

“We love lightweight, but this netbook almost feels like it lacks innards, the real deal seems almost like it’s a mock-up device.” ~ Engadget

on the smallness of it all:

“There’s no doubt that the Vaio P is a really beautiful device. They made the width of the device just long enough for you to hold with one hand, and fit in your jeans pocket (not that anyone will ever do that).” ~ Tech65 (follow the linky for their excellent report of first impressions of the device)

on why we all want one:

The Sony VAIO P is like a Mini Cooper in a world full of Camrys and Civics. Sure, it costs a little more, it’s not the biggest, and certainly doesn’t offer the absolute best performance, but it offers premium features you won’t find in the competition, sexy looks, and helps you stand out in a crowd full of boring look-a-likes.” ~

i want.

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