Lisa from MobileTechReview.com reviewed the Sony VAIO P and posted a video that compares it to the Fujitsu U820 and Acer Aspire One. She likes the keyboard and small size, but questions the $899 to $1,499 price tag. Sony insists this product isn’t a netbook, but since it runs on an Atom processor it’s only natural to compare it to much more affordable alternatives.
The Sony VAIO P has an extremely high resolution (1600px x 768px) 8″ display, which is good for viewing multimedia, but it can be tough to read text with the default settings.
Read the full review at MobileTechReview.com
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