Sony has teamed up with clothing maker Billabong to offer a new mini-PC called the VAIO W Series Imperial Lime Edition. The machine is a small netbook with a 10.1-inch screen and a 1366 x 768 resolution.
The netbook has a 250GB HDD and runs Windows 7 Starter edition. Other than the bright colors on the lid of the netbook, the machine is the same W Series netbook Sony has been offering for a while.
The CPU is a 1.66GHz Atom and it has 1GB of RAM inside. Battery life is claimed to be eight hours per charge and the machine weighs 2.96 pounds. The special edition starts at $500, which is about $50 more than the solid color versions of the machine.
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