Sony gave a design update to its VAIO P Series, but there happens to be a lot more than fresh aesthetics with the new 8-inch machine. A new matte lid available in five different shades. Sony has also loaded with an optical touchpad and accelerometer, the most amazing addition.
The touchpad is built into the LCD bezel and desktop navigation is done by holding the screen. The pad bezel is on the right while the mouse buttons are on the left.
It’s been given a faster Intel Atom Z560 processor option. The pricing is still not out, lets wait till june when it rolls out in market.
The macrocosm of netbooks turned little more gleaming this time. Well, according to Crunchgear, Liliputing reports that users who own a Dell Mini 10v can now get a distribution of the Google Chrome OS from Dell. Yes, you heard it right.
If reports are true, then users can now run Chromium OS, the open source developmental version of Google Chrome OS, on their Dell Mini 10v netbook. To notify, it is almost 8GB of data, so users will need a USB flash drive of at least that capacity to use it.
Seemingly, once downloaded, users will further need to shuck off the image to their flash drive. After downloading the said image file, it is necessitated for users to copy it from the Linux computer using “dd” to the flash drive.
Interestingly, once it’s on the drive, simply plug it in to the Mini 10v and enjoy the Google Chrome preview.