The Vaio X features an 11.1-inch LCD and a new all day battery, that “will set the new standard for stamina.”
From the first photos of the Sony Vaio X is certainly looks very slim, and is built of carbon fiber, and weights about 1.5lbs.
Right now very little is known about the Vaio specification wise, but apparently it features an Atom processor of some sort. So will we go ahead an claim it as a netbook.
Lets just hope that it’s not priced out of the reach of most people.
We will update this post when more information is available on the Sony Vaio X netbook.
Small update: The choice of using an Atom CPU is far form decided. It will feature 2GB of RAM, 128GB SSD, and have a 31Wh battery. Ports include VGA, 2x USB 2.0, SD/Memory Stick reader. The samples are currently running Windows 7.
Update 2: As expected, it’s not cheap, pricing starts at $1,299. It will feature a 2.0GHz Intel Atom CPU, and include a 3hour slim battery, and a larger 14hour “wedge” battery.