Sony’s ultra-mobile P series is set to be the first Vaio to support Remote Play. The small Vaio P, measuring 9.6 x 0.78 x 4.7 inches, is set for a May 22 Japanese release and will come in five colors ranging from orange to black.

The Sony Vaio P brags of a 1600×768 pixel resolution, eight-inch, ultra-wide LED display and has an 83-key Qwerty-keyboard. Basic specifications are a 1.6GHz Intel Atom processor and Intel graphics media accelerator. It comes loaded with a multimedia memory card reader and SD memory card slot, two USB 2.0 ports, camera and microphone. Also on board is a solid state drive with up to 256GB of memory and 2GB of DDR2 SDRAM.

The Sony Vaio P comes with  built-in Wi-Fi (802.11b/g/n) , Wi-Max and Bluetooth. The new device also features a digital compass which can be used for navigation and geo-location purposes.

The standard 2500 mAh lithium ion battery which comes with the device is expected to last 3.5 hours on full charge. However, buyers also have the option of ordering an extended battery pack that is capable of delivering up to 7 hours of operation off a single charge.

The ultraportable PC is expected to cost  around ¥100,000 (US$1,080).

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