We first caught glimpses of the tiny Sony Vaio P back in 2009 at CES. The little machines looked a lot like netbooks to us, but Sony didn’t want to call them a netbook. The machines were also way over priced compared to other netbooks on the market.
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Sony has a new second generation Vaio P coming to market that has turned up in some bright colors and looks somewhat cool. The machines come in green, pink, orange, white, and black. I really like the orange version. The little rigs will run Intel Z530, Z550, or Z560 CPUs.
The only storage option will be SSDs in 64GB, 128GB, or 256GB capacities. Other features will include GPS, WiFi, 3G, WiMax, and Bluetooth. The machine has an odd track pad with the pad on the left side of the screen and the two mouse buttons on the right side. The rigs are expected to land on May 22 for 665 Euro.