Sony to roll out its latest range of Vaio P ultra handy notebooks, these model notebooks were previously launched but this time it has a little style makeover with its functionality, design and cool smelly colors.
The recently model experiences a host of young feature as compared to the past one which admit embedded 3G, accelerometer and GPS, likewise as a few touch pads have also been settled on wither sides of the screen.
The tiny portable Sony Vaio P features 8” LCD screen capable of giving maximum 1600×768 resolution, In regards with processing details it has an Intel’s Atom Z450 processor, with 2GB DDR2 on board RAM, and 64GB of solid state drive (SSD), followed by a built-in Intel GMA graphics.
There are different connectivity options available with the notebook like 802.11 b/g/n WiFi, Bluetooth 2.1 and Everywair Embedded 3G network. On the sides panel you get two USB 2.0 ports, a motion eye camera on top of the screen. Battery life is excellent according to Sony, on a complete charge the notebook gets alive for about 10 hours.
Sony Vaio P is expected to be in shelves in June 2010, with Windows 7 32-bit Home Premium operating system. There is no more info against pricing details yet, but it is expected to be more expensive the original Vaio P.