Sony introduced an updated version of its Vaio P mini-laptops recently, and the folks at PC Pop in China have managed to get their hands on one of the colorful little guys and posted an unboxing photo shoot.

While the first generation Sony Vaio P was all-business, with a metallic gray design, the new models come in black, white, or pastel colors including pink, orange, and green. It kind of looks like Starburst candy threw up on the mini-notebook. But if you can get past (or if you actually like) the new color schemes, the PC Pop photos give you a good look at some of the other new featueres including the optical touch panel on the side of the display, and the accelerometer which allows the display to automatically rotate when you tilt the Vaio P.

It turns out that the new Vaio P also ships with a higher capacity 2500mAh battery. The old version had a 2100mAh battery.

via GadgetMix

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2 replies on “Next-gen Sony Vaio P unboxed”

  1. Someone tell me how this is significantly different from my 1.5 year old EeePC 1000H. Other than the slightly newer processor and slightly bigger HDD… this is the same thing. It’s almost Q2 2010, Sony!

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    1. Well, for starters, the P has 1600×758 (?) screen, GPS, 3G, BT, <1.5 lbs., a $1000 price tag, oh, and orange color.
      Comparing EeePC to sony P is like comparing netbooks to ultraportables. One is just the better but more expensive version of the other.

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