TechRadar reports that there will be a "range" of Vaio Ps, Sony's super tiny and super expensive laptop coming later this year.
We're not sure if there's been a lot of clamoring for an crocodile-skin laptop, but Sony's new Vaio Signature Collection looks to fill that void. Even crazier is their customized Vaio P netbook, checking it at a crazy $2,000.
The Sony Vaio P is a great-looking piece of kit, but it runs a bit pricey for a netbook. These Vaja cases let you protect the gadget while still showing it off.
Why get a super-thin, ultra-cool, beautiful Sony Vaio P when you can get a super-fatso, ultra-blah, furrible Vaino? After all, the Vaino has a bigger 10.2-inch screen and a faster Atom chip, right?
If this somewhat dubious photo is to be believed, a Pocketables.net forum poster has successfully booted OS X on a Vaio P. He claims that much of the hardware doesn't work yet, though.
I've had plenty of time to spend with Sony's bite-sized Vaio P, and now it's time to deliver a verdict on whether or not the 1.4-pound device really performs as advertised.
This Sony Vaio P ad is trying to show how small the new subnotebook is while also showing off an ass. It's a method I won't argue with. But some Japanese bloggers aren't buying it.
Just how many new products does a company like Sony announce just at CES? Over 70. That's 18 different models in camcorders alone, but if you enjoy punishing your brain, read on for the deluge.
Sony's much-hyped Vaio P Netbook has finally come out from under wraps, weighing under 1.4 pounds, sitting under an inch thick, and packing in an 8-inch screen with a 2.08:1 aspect ratio (1600x768!).