Posts Tagged ‘VAIO P’

Sony VAIO P Gets Atom 2GHz with Windows 7

Published by Admin on November 14th, 2009 - in Laptop News

Sony VAIO P Netbook has updated with a faster 2.0GHz Intel Atom processor and Windows 7. Unfortunately the new 2.0GHz chip fetches a hefty premium and is only available in the top-end $1,900 model, which also features a 256GB SSD. The most inexpensive VAIO P still has the 1.33GHz processor, an 80GB hard drive, 2GB of RAM, and mobile broadband support.

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SONY VAIO P33GK 8-Inch Netbook

Published by Admin on October 25th, 2009 - in Sony Netbook

SONY VAIO P33GK Specs are as Intel Atom Z530 1.60 GHz, RAM 2 GB DDR2, HDD 80GB 4200 RPM, Intel GMA500, 8 inch (1600 x 768) TFT

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Sony VAIO Lifestyle VGN-P688E/N 8-Inch Laptop – Color Gold

Published by Admin on September 3rd, 2009 - in Sony

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Sony VAIO Lifestyle VGN-P688E/N 8-Inch Laptop has high-def resolution, backlit 8-inch ultra-wide XBRITE-ECO technology (with LED backlighting) display provides razor-sharp viewing on the go. It’s powered by a 1.33 GHz Intel processor and includes a 64 GB SSD for faster read/write times and greater durability, memory expansion via Memory Stick media and Secure Digital (SD) memory cards, and 2 GB of RAM (maximum capacity), and Windows Vista Home Basic operating system (32-bit). Other features include a Motion Eye webcam (with omnidirectional microphone) integrated into the to right corner of the display bezel for easy video chats, 2 x USB ports, 1 x VGA port for connecting to an external monitor. The unit features up to 4 hours of battery life with the included standard capacity battery and 8 hours with the large capacity battery (sold separately).

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Intel discontinuing Z-series Atoms?

Published by Admin on August 1st, 2009 - in Laptop News


It’s sourced from Digitimes, so don’t get too worked up, but word on the street is that Intel’s no longer accepting orders for Z-series Atom chips. If you’ll remember Intel’s initial distinctions, the Z-series was for MIDs and the familiar N-series was for netbooks, but since the Z-series didn’t carry the same max hardware restrictions as the N-series, it became popular in a whole host of devices that didn’t fit the traditional mold, like the Sony VAIO P and the ASUS Eee PC T91. Of course, Intel’s got the next-gen Pine Trail Atom platform on tap, so killing the Zs might not have a huge impact in general, but it’s just one more nail in the MID coffin.

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Sony launches VAIO Signature Collection, $2,000 VAIO P

Published by Admin on June 26th, 2009 - in Laptop News

Sony launches VAIO Signature Collection

Been getting the feeling that your laptop was missing that certain something, that little detail, the perfect touch… crocodile skin, perhaps? Well check yourself, homeboys and homegirls — Sony has just launched a line dubbed the “Signature Collection” which should suit all of your fashion / money havin’ needs. Besides offering a handful of its laptops like the CS390 in new skins (the aforementioned fake animal flesh in multiple colors, “kaleidoscope,” and all kinds of high gloss varieties), Sony is also introducing a snappier version of the VAIO P (the P699E/Q) — a glitzy black iteration that will only be available to 1,000 customers. Sure, you’ll have to shell out a totally barbaric $1,999 to get one, but it’ll come equipped with a 1.86GHz CPU and a freaking radical 256GB SSD. A glorified netbook is worth $2k in our awesome economy, right? Ponder that and other philosophical conundrums as you peruse the new selections located in the vicinity of an area adjacent to the location of that read link.

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