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One day we will have to try and find out exactly which laptop or netbook has been cloned the most, one thing is for sure the Sony Vaio P series will be up there as being one of the most popular clones and now the aptly named Sony Style L80 mini laptop from Shenit.com has gone sale in the US.
So what the differences, the L80 has an 8.9 inch display while the Vaio P has 8 inches, the L80 runs a 1.66 GHz Intel Atom N450 processor, 1 GB of memory and 16 GB of storage, apparently they claim that there is a hard drive in there too, but that could be a mistake.
There is no doubt that
Sony have updated the nice looking Sony VAIO M, they have added the Intel Atom N470 processor and comes with in a nice range of colours that include: pink, blue or white, it comes in at around $400, which could make it one of the cheapest Sony netbooks around.
Here are the specs of the brilliant updated Sony VAIO M:
10.1″ 1,024 x 600 resolution display, 1GB RAM, a 250GB hard drive, Intel GMA3150 graphics, Bluetooth 2.1+EDR and 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi connectivity, Gigabit LAN support and a 4-cell battery that is rated at 4.5 hours, with Windows 7 Starter
Priced at aroun
It has been a while waiting for this device to come onto the market, but it looks as if it could be getting close as Sony have put the VAIO P eight inch net
The Sony VAIO W is a great device that offers versatile computing on the move or in the office, but to add a little zing to the netbook look, Sony have come up with a special edition design for the cover. It’s called the Billabong; they are an Australian surfing gear designer, so this is a netbook that is going to go done well with the surfing crew!
Here are the specs and details for the Billabong Sony VAIO W netbook:
Comes with a 1
The handy little Sony VAIO P has been given a bit of makeover and now it comes in crocodile skin (not sure if it is real or faux), but so far only in Japan, although the company may decide that the rest of the world need such a covering and make it available elsewhere.
There are some other little interesting items that are worthy of our attention such as the remote play, eight inch display, 256 GB SSD or the Intel Atom Z560 and battery that is supposed to last around 12.5 hours!
As usual, the price of the cute machine is not yet known.
The cool thing about the Sony Vaio P is that it doesn’t actually look like the standard netbook or smartbook either. In some cases the device has been likened to a hand held games console rather than a computer.
Therefore, this new version comes with its own PS3 remote function, all you need is the Sony Vaio P and PS3 with the latest firmware update 3.30, this will allow the user to access content through the new Sony Vaio P.
Here are some of the specs of the new Sony Vaio P:
◦Intel Atom Z530 1.60GHz CPU or Atom Z560 2.3GHz
◦2GB of RAM
◦65GB of SSD
Some people are going to look at this and think that they have seen this design somewhere before, well now have a look at the Sony VAIO P and you will remember where you have seen this computer before.
Here are the features and specs of the Aoson R169:
10.4-inch x 5.4-inch x 0.9-inch and weighing 1.8 pounds, the Aoson R169 features a 8.9-inch (1024 x 600 pixel) display with a 1.6GHz Intel Atom Z530 processor, a 1GB of RAM, an 80GB hard drive, and an optional 3G mobile broadband.
No prices as this device has been released in China
This time of the year is great as it is when the retailers begin to get a little bit jittery and prices begin to fall, much to the delight of the consumer.
Anyone who is lucky enough to be in the buyer’s market for 10.1 inch netbook may feel that it is Christmas, because the Sony VAIO 10.1 inch is with
If the all new Sony Vaio M series was made by another firm, we would saying that it is complete rip of the Sony Vaio W series, which it more or less is.
There are a few subtle changes to the keyboard. However, apart from what appears to be features pleasing to the eye there seems little else that is different between the M and W series Vaio from Sony.
Features of the all new Sony Vaio M:
Intel Atom N450 processor
10.1” 1024 x 600 display
GMA 3150 graphics
802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi, 10/100 LAN