Better late than never, and it is nice to see Sony executives realize that the Sony Vaio P doesn’t really perform well with Windows Vista, so they’ve decided to remedy the situation with the new Vaio P50 that will run on Windows XP Home Edition SP3 instead. Other features like the Intel Atom Z520 1.33GHz processor, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and WAN connectivity are retained. What we’re looking forward to would be the inclusion of NVIDIA’s ION platform to make the Vaio P live out its true potential, but guess that’s just a pipe dream for the moment. Sony Style Japan does offer additional options for your purchase though, including an Intel Atom Z550 2GHz processor and a 256GB SSD.
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