Sony VAIO P Series VGN-P788K
Released February, 2009
The Pros:Good-sized keyboard that's easy to use for typing full documents. Unbelievably compact--can fit comfortably in a briefcase without taking up much room. Sleek visual styling with 5 colour options.
The Cons:Battery life isn't great compared to other netbooks. Uses a mouse nub rather than a trackpad.
The VGN-P788K is an ultraportable netbook from Sony's VAIO P Series. The laptop has a 8" LED-backlit display with a resolution of 1600 x 768 pixels and integrated Intel graphics. It features a 1.6GHz Intel processor with 2GB of DDR2 memory and an 64GB solid state drive.
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The VGN-P788K offers built-in WiFi, Verizon Wireless Mobile Broadband, GPS, and Bluetooth connectivity. It includes an integrated Motion Eye webcam and microphone which some of the models in the P Series lack. The laptop also has 2 USB ports and both SD and Memory Stick Duo card slots. The VGN-P788K is available in an onyx black, emerald green, gold, crystal white, or garnet red finish and has a suggested retail price of $1000.
- 8" LED-Backlit Screen
- 1600 x 768 Resolution
- Intel Processor (1.6GHz)
- 64GB Solid State Drive
- 2GB DDR2 Memory
- Mobile Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator 500
- Built-in Motion Eye Webcam and Microphone
- Card Slots: Memory Stick Duo, SD Media
- Connectivity: Bluetooth, 802.11a/b/g/n, GPS, Verizon Wireless Mobile Broadband
- Inputs/Outputs: 1 x Headphone, 1 x DC, 2 x USB
- Weight: 1.4 lbs.
- Battery Life: 3.5 hours
- Genuine Windows® 7 Home Premium
- 1 year limited warranty
- VGN-P788K/G - Emerald Green
- VGN-P788K/W - Crystal White
- VGN-P788K/N - Gold
- VGN-P788K/Q - Onyx Black
- VGN-P788K/R - Garnet Red
User Reviews (2)
Good-sized keyboard that's easy to use for typing full documents.
Unbelievably compact--can fit comfortably in a briefcase without taking up much room.
Sleek visual styling with 5 colour options.
Decent performance, largely thanks to the 64GB SSD.
1600 x 768 resolution looks very crisp.
Battery life isn't great compared to other netbooks.
Uses a mouse nub rather than a trackpad.
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