Sony appears to be working on a 3G-enabled version of the Vaio P mini-laptop. The FCC is showing a few documents related to two new models, labeled the AK8PCG11111L and the AK8PCG31113L. At this point, there’s very little information available about either model, aside from the fact that they sport WiFi, Bluetooth, and CDMA/EVDO connectivity.

As Engadget notes, most of the information about these new devices is hidden away behind confidentiality requests. But that request lifts on May 13th, at which point the FCC might publish some photos and a user manual — although my guess is that the point will be moot, since that’s probably when Sony and/or its partners will officially unveil the product.

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