After almost 15 days of aggressive marketing and some leaks, Sony has officially revealed the Vaio P-Series. Sony touts this subnotebook as slightly larger than an office envelope and light enough (638g) to carry it anywhere.
There are no changes in the specifications as it has a 1.33GHz Intel Atom processor, 2GB RAM, 3G, GPS, 8-inch LED backlit display with 1600X768 resolution, 60GB HDD or 128GB SSD, Wi-Fi, webcam and Bluetooth. The P-Series will run choices of Windows Vista as the primary OS and will have a dedicated button to access internet and other multimedia functions via XMB (XrossMediaBar).
Sony will also sell an exclusive model VGN-P19VN/Q that will be available only at the Sony Style EU website with a 1.6GHz CPU and 128GB SSD. The exclusive piece will go for £1,368.99 ($2065) while the basic one will sell for $900 in the US online store. All the models will be shipped from mid-February.