Sony Updates VAIO P Netbook with Windows 7 and Faster Atom CPU

Sony has refreshed their VAIO P netbook with much more faster Intel Atom processor at 2GHz, larger Storage with 256GB SSD, and the most important update is the Windows 7 Home Premium or Professional as the OS. This of course could cut down most of the memory usage and steep requirement on Vista, while giving much more improvement and performance for the VAIO P netbook.




Still, Sony will offers the basic system powered by lower Intel Atom 1.33Ghz or 1.6Ghz, 2GB of RAM, 80GB of HDD or 64GB SSD, GPS built-in and 3g Modem for Verizon’s EVDO network. The lowest specs of the updated Sony VAIO P netbook will cost you $850, with some add up will lift the price to $1000 while the highest specs can boost the price to $1,900. Sony VAIO P updated version will be available in the late November. If you got the money to spend, this VAIO P is a nice ‘Pocketable Netbook’ of the age.

[via Electronista]

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  • I’ve seen the P Series at the gadget show live here in the UK before, I had no problems with its speed but it was too painful to the eyes. Having said that it is highly portable and now even faster, but there’s always a price to pay for these things!

    • Hi Kin,

      Yes, I should agree with you on the font size. Perhaps Sony should sell another gadget such as a ‘Magnifier eyewear’ as the additional accessory to help user avoiding headache and eyesore when computing with Sony VAIO P! :)

      thanks for the time to comment here, buddy!

  • I`ve read and heard a lot of comments and opinions on Sony VAIO P. Best attractors are: ultra-mobility, 1600[768px display, nice look, brand. And negative distractors are: speed of booting Windows system (I don`t mean basic preinstalled UNIX-shell), small battery charge (approximately 2 hours with standard one).

    As for me – there are too many attractors. Much more than negative points. So I have placed an order for such device few days ago…

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