Lenovo Vaio P Clone Leaked

Posted: Mar 11 2009, 7:38am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:24pm CDT, in News | Notebooks and PCs

 
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I'm not sure that I would ever want to use a Sony Vaio P not-a-netbook, the thing is just weird design wise with its tiny keyboard and fonts. I am sure that there are lots of people out there who really want one of the sexy little machines. Update: Lenovo says that this is a 2 year old concept design.

Lenovo thinks that enough people want the form factor that it is apparently getting ready to launch a me too device if pics from a tipster posted at T3 can be believed. No specifics on the machine were provided by said leakster, but you can image the hardware being virtually identical to Sonys.

The Intel Atom will be the power for the machine most likely and Lenovo could steal Sony's thunder if it prices the machine right. Get the Lenovo clone down into the normal sub $400 netbook realm and the little gadget could be a real winner.

Via T3

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