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Sony teases with image of new VAIO keyboard

updated 11:45 am EST, Tue December 30, 2008

Sony Japan VAIO P teaser

Sony Japan has posted a teaser page for what is believed to be the VAIO P, an upcoming netbook. Shown briefly in the page's Flash montage is a new keyboard, with raised keys similar to those on the VAIO TZ and TT. The updated keyboard has a trackball in the middle however, which may indicate that that the P is too small to fit a conventional trackpad.

Leaked specifications suggest that the P is an eight-inch notebook, featuring an LED-backlit screen running at an unusually high 1600x768 resolution. It is also said to use a 1.33GHz Intel processor, and have the option of a 60GB hard drive or a 128GB SSD. Unlike many netbooks, the P is also described as using Windows Vista Home Premium or Basic, instead of Linux or Windows XP.



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  1. Guest

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    +1

    handbag size

    The Flash teaser also shows a woman walking out of her home with only her handbag. Seems like a tease that whatever she has fits into a small handbag. Maybe I'm seeing things but there seems to be a rigid and mostly horizontal object in the handbag.

  1. Feathers

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    Joined: Oct 1999

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    rigid?

    I'm guessing she's not the only woman with something rigid in her handbag...an iPhone is pretty stiff too!

  1. Omek

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    Netbook

    Is that a netbook in your pocket, or are you just happy to see me? LOL ;-)

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