When we showed you the first picture of this Sony VAIO portable PC, we weren't sure if it was real or not. But now it's official: Sony's VGN-UX50 is a real mini-PC with an Intel Centrino 1.06GHz processor running Windows XP. There's a separately available Bluetooth GPS unit, two built-in cameras and it takes just five seconds to start up from standby mode. We like that hideaway keyboard, the 4.5-inch LCD touch panel and its carbon fiber body frame which keeps it nice and light. Sony says the VGN-UX50 will be available in July for $1800.