vaio lineup

With the recent introduction of the Vaio W, Sony now has ultraportable computers in a range of sizes. The Vaio P has an 8.1 inch, super-widescreen display and is almost (but not quite) small enough to fit in your pocket — if you have an enormous pocket. The Vaio W has a 10.1 inch display and the guts of a typical netbook. And the Vaio TT is a higher end, more powerful computer with an 11.1 inch display.

Which is all good and well on paper, but how do these little guys stack up against one another visually? The folks at Japanese site IT Media shot a series of photos that should give you a good idea. Basically, the Vaio P makes the other notebooks look huge. But the Vaio W is certainly slimmer than the already-small-for-a-notebook Vaio TT.

via SlashGear

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One reply on “A Sony Vaio W, Vaio P, and Vaio TT walk into a photoshoot”

  1. For the kind of money they charge, you’d think they could have honed down the bezel width a little more on the 10.1″ non-netbook. This would give you a little something extra besides just the Sony name.

    Perhaps their current generation of designers and engineers has forgotten that they pioneered miniaturized electronics back in the mid 20th century.

    Edit:
    Maybe I should have made a play on the article title…

    The W looks at the P and and TT and says, “You’re too short and you’re too fat.”

    The P and TT reply in unison, “Yo’ momma was a netbook!”

    … or maybe I shouldn’t have…

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