At IFA 2009 in Berlin, Sony unveiled the amazingly sexy Vaio X ultra portable that has an 11.1-inch screen, features an 'all-day' battery, weighs just 1.5 lbs and is just half an inch (14 mm) thick. Perhaps making it all the more attractive is that its casing is built from carbon fibre.
Check out the video from Netbooknews:
As much as we love it from the outside, the Vaio X's internals are still very much a mystery. There's strong indication right now that it's an Atom processor inside – and even if it'll be the based on the upcoming Pine Trail platform, it's a little unpowered for how great rest of the design looks.
Stay tuned for more as we hear about it.
(btw carbon fiber is fairly strong, so i wouldn't worry about the flimsy look of it)
actually sony can be worse than apple, one of sony's desktops (an imac-like thing) can go as high as $4000, and it only has a core 2 quad, at least at apple you'd get dual quad core xeons and still pay less