You could make the case that the Sony Vaio P is really just a glorified and overpriced netbook. But it does have some premium features like a 1600 x 768 pixel display and pretty solid build quality. The Gemsta Viva doesn’t have either of those things, but it certainly looks a lot like a Vaio P thanks to its ridiculously small touchpad which makes the case barely larger than the keyboard.
This cheap Chinese knockoff will be available for the equivalent of about $293 and features an Intel Atom Zxx series processor, 1GB of RAM, a solid state disk between 16Gb and 64GB, and a rather standard 8.9 inch, 1024 x 600 pixel display. It also has 802.11b/g WiFi, Bluetooth, and a 3G wireless module. There’s only room for 2 USB ports, but the Gemsta Viva does make room for an SD card slot, VGA and Ethernet ports, and a 4 hour battery.