By Will Sullivan
Contributing Writer, [GAS]
Is this thang cool, or what? At only 1.4 lbs, the Sony Vaio P certainly won’t break your arm—or the bank: although quite a bit more at $900 than the standard, generic, commodity-priced netbooks from everyone else. Even then, it is still considerably lower-priced than the diminutive UMPCs it probably should be lumped with, as it’s about the size of a business-class envelope, and about as thin as a cell phone. Boasting an 8″ XBrite-ECO screen with a whopping 1600 x 768 resolution (that’s HD territory, folks, if not full HD), Vista, 3G broadband, Wi-Fi 802.11n, Bluetooth, real-time GPS functionality, and a 1.33 Ghz Atom processor with 2GB of RAM, this thing looks like a keeper…as long as you don’t lose it, of course! Video after the jump.