Sony VAIO P Series Lifestyle Netbook: Ease of use and convenience in a portable package

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sony vaio p series lifestyle netbook

As always, the people at Sony are constantly looking to bring you the latest and greatest in notebook technology, and have recently unveiled the new VAIO P Series Lifestyle PC. This notebook measures only 8 inches, is 0.78 inches thick (9.65x0.78x4.72 inches total) and weighs only 1.4 pounds.

The one-button quick-boot option is quite handy, allowing you to quickly start up your Lifestyle PC in a small Linux kernel. Featuring Sony’s xross media bar interface as well as web access via Firefox, e-mail, photos and more, it’s quite a nice system. Starting up takes only 17 seconds with the quick-boot option, making it a fast and convenient alternative to running the system in Windows Vista mode.

Sony Vaio P Series Hands On

Sony VAIO P Series Lifestyle Specifications:

  • Intel Atom processor running at 1.33 GHz
  • 8 inch LED backlit display with a resolution of 1600 x 768 and XBRITE-ECO technology
  • Up to a 60 GB hard drive as well as up to 128GB SSD
  • Approximately 4 hours with standard battery or 8 hours with the large capacity battery
  • A max of 2GB of RAM
  • Built-in GPS
  • Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n via Atheros chipset
  • Bluetooth support including Stereo A2DP profile
  • WWAN support
  • Memory Stick PRO (Standard/Duo) media slot with MagicGate functionality
  • MMC slot
  • SD memory card slot
  • Intel HD Audio Sound System
  • Intel Graphics Media Accelerator
  • Windows Vista Home Basic for the base model. Windows Vista Home Premium for the higher end configurations

(Via Netbooktech)



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  • KwaxKwax

    Sony VAIO. It’s always have beautiful design. It’s always have good performance. But it’s always highly priced.

    Will Sony launch a netbook?

  • Bursabaju

    Sony Vaio P Series, show their own class.
    Very elegant, attract people’s hearts.

    They offer a good price, because of their technology.

    It shows your status also.

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