I really want an iMac, but is very expensive. My father wants me to do aside for me. Here are some things I want on my laptop. Anything with a star means your necissary-Webcam * *- Programs such as Microsoft Internet Word *- DVD-ROM, a kind of program, such as AIM (not MSN, please) * CD-ROM for ... Links it would be great! I wonder if you know better, do not buy for me for those of you who say that.
Yes tons and why Google it? im not going to shop for you.
Finally, a mini-laptop Sony is here, the P-series Sony VAIO. Although not in any way provided a suitable Via OpenBook, the series P Sony VAIO has all sizes and powers of the weight they should be netbooks. It weighs 638g lowercase, which represents about two-thirds of the weight the original netbook, the Asus Eee PC 701. As a thin MacBook celestial air, the P series is also less than 2 cm in thickness to 19.8 mm and only "slightly larger than a post".
However, the impressive specs did not stop there ...
The screen LED backlit, 8 inches wide and in a widescreen format, has an amazingly high resolution of 1600x768 (cons 1024x600 for your netbook each day). In this resolution, it is unlikely that you'll ever need some very exciting yet, as most sites are not as wide. Battery life is listed as 4 hours for the standard model, or 8 battery High capacity - enough for a full day's work.
My jaw hit the deck when I saw the amount of SSD storage unit is P series investment - up to 128 GB. SSD or storage in the solid state requires no moving parts and therefore very durable. But it's very expensive to produce a storage facility large SSD has meant that most netbooks have about 16 GB selections. A hard disk version is also available with 60GB storage.
Sony added some additional features intelligent. First, a GPS that does not require Internet access (in the U.S. and Canada - most of this later) Windows Vista - the first by a team of this small and a large variety of connectivity options for wireless LAN, broadband, 3G, WLAN 802.11n Bluetooth and anywhere connected mobile phone signal. Other common features such as Webcam 'Motion Eye "and also the micro include, without forgetting the Sony Xross 'Media Bar', common with the PlayStation 3, Bravia HDTV range.
The inclusion of Vista is interesting. Most netbooks have not been diverted by more than 1 GB of RAM while the new Sony 2GB. The processing power is a bit on the side of light, but P series will come with a 1.33GHz processor from Intel, the Intel Atom not common to most netbooks - perhaps suggest how Sony wants to withdraw from the "look cheap and gay" netbook. As mentioned earlier in our article on the VAIO TT - Try looking netbook on the site of Sony VAIO - Nothing.
Of course, it is that has just made available to United States (now January 8) - from $ 899, which runs on a £ 600 Today (painful) exchange rate. And here's the kicker ...
It affects the shelves in the United Kingdom and France, Germany, Italy, Spain and Russia in February. We can not wait to get our hands on one.
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