We had a bit of a Vaio P cloneathon last year, but with the rise of Android tablets we’ve not seen much of the little netbook clone over the past few months, until today that is.
The popularity of tablets over the year has forced netbook makers to lower their prices by a considerable amount. Last year you would have had to pay at least 2000 Yuan for one of these Shenzhen made clones, but this new model can be yours for as little as 1300 Yuan!
More detail and pictures after the jump!
When compared to the current flock of tablets running Android 2.2 with 1Ghz CPU’s that cost as much as 1000 Yuan, the Vaio P clone here looks like a really attractive portable.
The little plastic shell opens to reveal a Macbook style keyboard and IBM inspired red trackpoint.
The slender design gets a 10 inch LCD 1024 x 600 resolution screen, front facing camera, a 1.66 GHZ Intel Atom CPU, 1G RAM, 160Gb hard drive and a 3200mAh battery.
The only thing that’s missing is the Sony logo, which the factory have quite wisely omitted.
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