Imagining the Sony Vaio P as my own
I saw this enormous advertisement plastered on the Las Vegas Convention Center (LVCC) just about every day of CES last week. Whether it was while riding the free shuttle from the Sands Expo, the monorail from the MGM Grand, or the long escalator down to the LVCC parking lot, I couldn't help but fixate on the bold white text calling out to me against the black background. "Believe that anything you can imagine," it sang in my ear, "you can make real."
Now normally I don't buy into stuff like this, but since there's a first time for everything and I was in Vegas (a city built on taking risks), I closed my eyes and let Sony lead the way. And you'll never guess what happened.
It worked. Sony told me to believe that anything I could imagine, I could make real. So every day at CES, I imagined that the Vaio P would be mine.
And now it is!
Sony neglected to mention that the magic behind their inspirational message came at a substantial price, but sometimes the destination is more fun than the journey. So nevermind the cost and the wait. Because "on or about" February 3rd (three weeks from today), the 64GB SSD version of the Vaio P, extended battery, and matching leather case will be mine! Just like I imagined it.
Ah, the wonders of Sony: "like.no.other" indeed.