We all know Sony’s marketing spiel, the ‘Vaio P isn’t a netbook’. Even though it comes in a small box, runs an Intel Atom processor and fits a tiny screen (and even smaller keyboard), it can run Windows Vista and ships with a huge price tag. But Sony have taken that effort to the next level with the Vaio P Signature range. What makes it so very signature? A small spec bump and a 256GB solid state drive for a cool US$2,000. Does that sound worth it to you?