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Smallest Notebook: Sony P Series

9 March 2009 by: Adam Major No Comment


A portable featherweight champion..

The new P series from sony is the worlds lightest 8” notebook weighing at 1.4 pounds.  This lifestyle notebook can be carried and used almost anywhere around the globe. With its built in Verizon 3G broadband connectivity the sony p series gives you a GPS at the palm of your hand with Real-time tracking of your current location, the ability to search by address and points of interest, estimated drive times.  Today’s car GPS sells for about $300, these GPS don’t have the ability to search the internet, look up your e-mails and many other things a P series notebook can offer.  The P series notebook start at $899,99 which is a reasonable price for a GPS and notebook together.


Weights & Measurements
  • 1.4 lbs.2 (with standard battery)
  • 9.65″(W) x 0.78″(H) x 4.72″(D)
  • Intel® (1.33GHz) processor
Memory & storage
  • 60GB HDD available or up to 128GB SSD available
  • Estimated Battery Life: Up to 4 hours (standard capacity battery)6
  • Up to 8 hours (large capacity battery)6
  • Power Requirements: 68W + 10%
Expansion slots
  • Memory Stick PRO(Standard/Duo) media slot with MagicGate® functionality
  • Multi-media Card (MMC) slot
  • SD memory card slot
  • QWERTY keyboard, 82 keys with 1.2mm stroke and 16.5mm pitch
  • Wireless LAN4: Atheros 802.11 b/g/n
  • Integrated Stereo A2DP Bluetooth® technology7
  • Wireless WAN: Integrated Mobile Broadband5
  • 8.0″ Screen3
  • 1600 x 768 Resolution
  • LED backlight
  • XBRITE-ECO Technology
  • Intel® High Definition Audio Sound System
  • Intel Graphics Media Accelerator
  • Genuine Microsoft® Windows Vista® Home Premium 32-bit, Windows Vista Home Basic 32-bit
  • Microsoft® Windows Live OneCare Anti-Virus and Recovery trial edition
  • VAIO® Startup Assistant
  • Click to Disc Editor
  • VAIO® Movie Story
  • VAIO® Media plus

For more information visit: Sony P series

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