Google's Chromebooks haven't exactly made a splash, but apparently not everyone has been scared off. Sony seems to think there's gold in them thar laptops, and they're making their own. For now it's known as the VCC111 (probably shorthand for "Vaio Chromebook Computer, series one, 11-inch display"), according to documents and pictures from FCC testing.The understated look continues with these Vaio Chromebooks, even as far as what appears to be a matte black unbranded shell. A white version is also shown in the test setup photos. But the most interesting thing is the processor, which is listed simply as T25, and may in fact be Nvidia's Tegra 2 chip by that name. An ARM laptop? Hey, if Microsoft can do it, why not Google and Sony? read more..