Sony Vaio P Portable

Our Price: $497

Netbooks have taken the world by storm and it was only a matter of time until Sony joined the race. The Sony Vaio P was certainly worth the wait. It is the lightest notebook on the market today, weighing in at 1.4 pounds, less than 1 inch thick, with an 8-inch screen- this notebook has the power of a larger notebook packed into a tiny package.

Tiny is certainly the word that comes to mind as this device can fit right into your purse or small bag. Incredibly stylish looking, the Sony P comes in four colours to choose from- white, pink, green or black. The Sony P is designed to put the Internet in your hands no matter where and when.

Its 1600 x 768 resolution displays the full width of a web page, so you don’t have to side scroll while web browsing. It also supports Microsoft office applications, video and music players so you can take your work and favourite past times with you all over the world. No Internet connection is required for the turn-by-turn GPS navigation. You’ll never be lost again. The intelligent GPS technology allows you to find nearby places of interest like restaurants and hotels.

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Last updated: Thursday, November 21, 2019

Sony Vaio P Portable Reviews (2)

  1. June 3, 2009 by Dave

    Bought my Vaio P about three months ago. I used it while I was backpacking around Asia. I’m SOOO glad I didn’t bring a full sized laptop. This thing is amazing! I had one of those “solar” backpacks that charged the Vaio P while I walked around and I was able to update my travel blog while I was on the move at any time.

    The only bad thing I can say about the Vaio P is the operating system that came with it. Vista sucks and I had to put the beta version of windows 7 on it (which was awesome BTW). I now have Ubuntu on it.

    I am a loyal sony customer and this purchase didn’t let me down. I use it now on the train to work and when I’m flying.

    Finally, it can get a little hot after a while, but not as much as other sony laptops.
    I give it a 4 out of five.

  2. June 3, 2009 by Arnold

    Got one of these little beauties when my asus eeepc broke and I’m so glad I did. The keyboard is absolutely brilliant on this thing and its like the whole machine was built around the keyboard with it in mind.
    It’s also a durable little thing, on the second day I had it I dropped it off a table and I thought that was the end of it… nope, cos of the SSD it was fine.

    I’d have to agree with Dave above, having Vista on this really slows the thing down but it’s not really too noticable. If your looking for an ultra portable, Id go for this.

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