Sony VAIO Type G
( Gizmodo ) - For those who think that June will never come and can't wait to get a sexy subnotebook with flash storage even if it doesn't come with Mac OS X, here's the new Sony VAIO Type G: a 12.1-inch notebook that not only comes under the 2 pounds mark (1.97 or 898 grams) battery included, but includes a 32 GB solid storage unit for $1,926.
The VAIO Type G comes short on power though: it only comes with a Core Solo U1300 running at 1.06GHz and the Intel 945GMS Express chipset, with just up to 1.5GBytes of DDR2 RAM. Perhaps that's why it comes with Windows XP Pro instead of Vista. And perhaps that's why I will stick to my MacBook until Apple releases something better with a SDD.