While the Sony Vaio P features a keyboard that’s enarly as large as those on many netbooks, the overpriced computer is smaller. Much smaller. How much smaller? Jenn at Pocketables set out to show you with a rather impressive photoshoot displaying the Sony Vaio P next to other mobile computing devices.
The image at the top of this post shows a Samsung NC10, an HP 2133 Mini-Note, and the Vaio P. But Jenn didn’t stop there. She also pulled out a Sony Vaio TZ to compare the Vaio P with a larger subnotebook, a series of UMPCs ranging from the OQO Model 2+ to the Fujitsu U810, and a handful of MIDs including the Nokia N810 and the ARchos 5. Just for good measure she even threw in a folding PDA keyboard, a video game case, and a few phones including an iPhone 3G.
So if you’re a sucker for a good size comparison pictorial, head on over to Pocketables.