Sony joins netbook market, calls it ‘Internet Notebook’

Posted: July 8, 2009 in Tech

Sony has today introduced its VAIO W netbook, a 10.1in system and is powered by a 1.66GHz Intel Atom N280 processor, 1GB of RAM, integrated Intel GMA 950 graphics and a 160GB hard disk drive.

The VAIO W – available in berry pink, cocoa brown or sugar white – measures 32.4mm at its thickest point and sports a useful 10.1in LCD display that offers a better-than-usual resolution of 1,366×768.

It comes with Bluetooth and WiFi connectivity, Microsoft’s Windows XP operating system and a three-cell battery that should provide roughly three hours of operation for a single charge.

  1. Martin says:

    Bought laptop for my wife and she absolutely loves it. Bought from Tech for Less through Amazon. It was refurbished and shows very slight signs of use. Had no troubles at all with any operations ran and so far is a very reliable machine. I would use it myself but I can’t get over the pink. Extremely fast load times and beautiful display. More than enough HD space for her and she loves the layout of keyboard and ease of operation.

    Would definitly recommend Sony Vaio to anyone and also the site They were very accurate on their description of product and shipping was very prompt.

  2. Noob Book says:

    OMG ! Cool Information. Somebody know why people love netbook more than notebook?

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