Vaio P Series
This little machine is easy to stash away. At 8? wide and just 1.4 pounds, it can slip into a jacket pocket or handbag with ease. But despite its small size, it’s still got a 1.33 GHz Intel processor, 2 GB of RAM and a 60 GB hard drive, and it runs Windows Vista out of the box. It’s also a truly beautiful piece of technology, with four color options that are inspired by crystals, like garnet red and onyx black. It’s getting notice for more than it’s pretty face, too; at CES 2009, cnet awarded the Vaio P Series the “Best of Computers and Hardware” recognition (you can read one of the cnet reviews here).
The Vaio P Series is not perfect, but it’s about as ultra-portable as you can get in a laptop, and it’s nothing if not trendy. It’s not on the cheap end of the laptop spectrum with its $999 price tag, but for what you get, it’s a mighty mite. The Pocket-Style PC is only available online from SonyStyle.ca and doesn’t have the same features as the U.S. “Lifestyle” version, but as tech expert Kris Abel noted, it’s a “gadget’s gadget” that can satisfy a lot of needs. You can read the rest of Kris’s review here at CTV.ca.