More Sony VAIO P Details Leak

Posted: Jan 3 2009, 10:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:23pm CDT, in News | Notebooks and PCs

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The new Sony VAIO P slowly emerges in full. As reported the new wide format Sony netbook leaked over Christmas and is currently teased on the Japanese Sony site. Update: Sony VAIO P officially announced

German NetbookNews reports now that the Sony VAIO P would run on the Intel Atom Z520 CPU (1.33Ghz) and feature 2GB RAM. HDD, SSD, GPS, and 3G are options. The price of the Sony VAIO P is supposed to be shy of $1,000.As reported earlier the screen of the VAIO P is supposed to be 8 inches in size and have a 1,600 x 768px resolution.
There is also yet another new VAIO P teaser graphic offering the mysterious tag line "A new Light is coming". See it on Engadget.
The Sony VAIO P draws a lot of coverage around the tech sites, but I am not really excited about it. The form factor seems awkward. Sure it is nice to have such a high resolution, but I would be fine with 1,280x1024px in a 8 or 9 inch display.

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