Sony Updates VAIO P Line With Windows 7, New Atom Processors

The ultra-high end Sony Vaio P netbook line has just been updated in the US with Windows 7, including both Home Premium and Professional options, alongside faster atom processors and a solid state drive offering that surpasses past models.

The new units feature Atom processors up to 2GHz and solid state drives up to 256GB with a nice champagne colored outer casing that gives the netbooks a high end look.

The 1.33GHz Atom system with 2GB RAM and a standard 80GB HDD will run you $850 with Verizon 3G and GPS, while the 64GB SSD unit with a 1.6GHz Atom processor will be $1,000 and the high end 2GHz chipset with 256GB SSD tops the range for $1,900.

The upgraded units are expected to start selling before the end of November.

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