Sony VAIO P Refresh – This Summer?

Sony VAIO P Sony Insider is reporting that the 8″ Intel Atom-based Sony VAIO P series could be undergoing a refresh in coming months.

Keep in mind that not all models currently available elsewhere, are available in the US – US VAIO P models are currently limited to 1.33GHz Atoms. While the built-in GPS, high resolution display (1600×768) and other features for the not-quite-a-netbook have impressed some, others in the US have wondered about the CPU speeds.

SonyInsider dug up some potential new model numbers – currently in the US, all of the models start with 5, aka as part of a 500 series ( VGN-P598E/Q, etc.), but they’ve produced model numbers that look to be part of a 700 series (which as they point out, keeps in line with Sony naming schemes).

Model numbers found:
– VGN-P710T/B
– VGN-P710T/R
– VGN-P710T/G
– VGN-P710T/W
– VGN-P730A/Q
– VGN-P730T/Q

The Q designations are interesting, because of the P730 instead of P710. I agree that they’ll probably be a different CPU, SSD option, or possibly Windows 7 variants, since companies are starting to make plans for Windows 7. Windows 7 is a natural fit, and it’s already been demonstrated on the VAIO P (albeit unofficially).

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SonyInsider
via SlashGear

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