The Vaio P was introduced back in 2010 and Sony insisted from the very beginning that is not a netbook. It is a lifestyle PC. Well, they are right on that as most netbooks retail at 500 dollars and this thing starts at 800 dollars. Also, it features super high resolution screen, packing 1600×768 pixels. This resolution is same as the one found 16.4 inch Sony Vaio laptops.
That Vaio P, however, is very light and can fit inside a coat pocket – yes, a full fledge x86 computer running Windows Vista. You can run Windows 7 on it too, if that is what you are looking for. Here is its video review.