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New Sony VAIO P To Begin Shipping A Week Early
Have you been waiting to get your hands on the latest Sony VAIO P that was unveiled a short while ago? If you’re the impatient type, there’s some good news for you, as the notebook that went up for pre-order on June 8th will begin shipping tomorrow, a whole week earlier than was originally promised. The new shipping dates mean that four of the five colors will be shipping tomorrow, […]

Sony VAIO P with crocodile skin might just irk some
The recently revamped Sony VAIO P might come in a bevy of colors, but if you really want to stand out from the crowd without giving two hoots to those PETA activists, then you might want to consider this extremely limited VAIO P that sports black crocodile skin as its exterior. Now available as a Japan exclusive (although we wish it would be shipped worldwide), you will find some rather […]

New Sony VAIO P Series With Accelerometer Announced
Sony’s VAIO P notebook might not be the most powerful notebook around, but if you’re looking for something really portable, then it does fit the bill. As the rumors have been going around of an upcoming refresh to Sony’s VAIO P series, the refresh has finally arrived, giving us a matte lid and a bunch of colors to choose from. Interestingly, the new VAIO P series has an optical touchpad […]

Sony VAIO P netbook revised
Sony has decided to inject a little bit more steroids into their VAIO P netbook in the US, allowing it to keep up with the recently released Windows 7 operating system. The new VAIO P models will come with Windows 7 Home Premium or Professional, powered by an Intel Atom 2GHz processor and aided by a 256GB solid-state drive for superior performance in a champagne-colored shell. The base system that […]


Sony Vaio P overclocked
The Sony Vaio P seemed to be too slow for this particular forum poster, and he decided to use his technical know-how to overclock it for a more commendable performance, pushing the Intel Atom Z540 1.86GHz processor to run at 2.40GHz without compromising on stability. Good news is this – no modifications were required such as an additional cooling fan or solution, apart from keeping it propped up with an […]