Now that the Sony Vaio P is available in the Philippines, we got a review unit and tested it out for about a week. Here’s a quick run down of my review:
- It’s thin, as in super thin — the Vaio P is just 0.78 inches thin. That’s 0.02″ off of the Macbook Air.
- The Vaio P is very light weight. At just 1.4lbs, it’s the lightest ultraportable locally available in the market and almost 50% lighter than most netbooks.
- Sleek, sturdy design. Sony put a lot of effort in the make and construction of the Vaio P.
- Great, crisp display at high resolution (1600×768 pixels).
- Fast and power-saver SSD storage.
- A little slow because of Windows Vista (even if it’s already running 2GB of RAM).
- Pointing device it a little hard to manage.
- High/expensive price point.
Read the complete review of the Sony Vaio P.