The worldwide leading innovator of audio, video, communications and IT products, Sony has announced the upcoming launch of its new updated, ultra-compact Sony VAIO P Series, which the company claims as its first laptop equipped with an integrated GPS, accelerometer sensor and Digital Compass. The new VAIO P full-featured notebook computer will incorporate Intel Atom CPU, SSD, and a number of one-touch buttons for instant access to the Web and more, based on Windows 7 operating system.
One of the most notable features of the new Sony VAIO P Series is an unique new mobile nav grip. A convenient optical trackpad (right) and mouse buttons (left) are built directly into either edge of the LCD bezel, giving users a creative way (two-handed operation) to navigate the web, just as what you see in the photo.
Main Features Of Sony VAIO P Series:
- Ultra-bright 8-inch widescreen VAIO Display Plus with 1600 x 768 pixels resolution
- Central trackball complemented with an additional touchpad and mouse buttons
- WEB button launches web browser directly, even if the VAIO P is turned off
- ASSIST button instantly launches Sony’s own VAIO Care software
- Resolution button lets users instantly adjust screen resolution for optimal viewing
- VAIO Location Search software for a real-time map view
- On-board Everywair 3G offers high-speed connectivity to mobile networks
- Available in 5 variants of stylish color – electric orange, neon green, hot pink, icy white and classic black
The new ultra-portable Sony VAIO P Series which measures 120 x 19.8 x 245 mm and weights just 1.4 lbs is tiny enough to fit into a bag or jacket pocket, slated to be available beginning next month – June 2010, with a starting price of $799.