VAIO P designs maybe looks like an eye-catcher with resemblance to an HP Mini Note, but Sony ditched the trackpad, leaving just a nub nestled in the middle of the keyboard for cursor control. It runs on a 32 bit Windows Vista which dampens VAIO P’s appearance, but apparently slows down the performance of this netbook. Sony VAIO chassis is designed for service upgrade, since the machine requires intricate disassembly in order to get to the storage drive, system RAM, or wireless cards.
For those who have money to spare and looking for an ultra-portable pocket-size netbook Sony VAIO P could be one of the best option. Designed for lifestyle used, taking it out of your pocket will definitely get you envious glances.