Great Things come in Small Packages

Sony today introduced the VAIO P-series, a refreshingly new ultra portable PC with a new form factor. A unique dimension slightly larger than an office letter envelope, this small VAIO easily slips in and out of your bag whenever you need it on the go. With the miniaturisation, style and flair sought after by active individuals, it’s a desirable item for the out and abouts. Open this stylish PC, and you have 3G connectivity, a well designed full keyboard and a brilliant high resolution screen. It’s so light, petite and pleasing in the hand that it will make your activities and trips, whether far or near, a whole new experience.

The VAIO P weighs less than 640g – so light that you’d forget that you’re carrying it. Yet you can carry your passion and share it with friends, be it your photos, videos or music. With vibrant colours and brightness typical of VAIO’s X-black LCD, photos and videos are sharp and vivid. And for the writers and bloggers, a candid or inspirational moment won’t get missed when you want to write and keep those ideas safe whenever they pop up. The well-spaced keys spread across the full width of the chassis are ergonomic and responsive allowing a smooth and fluid typing action.

Complementing the exceptionally tactile experience is the sleek and sophisticated look of the VAIO P-series. It comes in four eye-catching colours, all with a high gloss piano finish; red, dark green, black and white. Available accessories to further enjoy your VAIO include matching colour carrying cases and Bluetooth® mice.

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The screen measures 8-inches with a power efficient LED backlight and a resolution of 1600 x 768. Such high resolution means you won’t be scrolling the web browser side ways. You can even work comfortably with two windows side by side. A practical ‘resize’ button located below the keyboard automatically and equally distributes multiple windows across the screen.

You also have the convenient choice to start up in Windows Vista® or to access the Internet and other key functions using the XMB™ (XrossMediaBar) at the touch of a button. The XMB user interface, now familiar in PSP™ and in the latest BRAVIA™ TVs, is perfect for a quick browse on the web, instant messaging, music playback, etc.

Equipped with VAIO Everywair WWAN, the VAIO P-series allows mobile broadband at your fingertips. It has the latest high-speed standards capable of high speed download and upload using the 3G mobile phone network, so you can stay connected with friends, family and colleagues while on the go. You can check your emails during your daily commute, surf the web for news while waiting for friends, upload the latest images on social networking sites, post a blog or enjoy a video chat with the integrated Webcam. In addition, with GPS you have the added fun of locating restaurants, bars and other new places to discover.

Furthermore, despite its small size, the VAIO P-series has 2GB of RAM and high standard, strong build quality, ready to accompany you in your high octane lifestyle.

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