CNET editors choose and review the best thin and light laptops, notebooks, and ultrabooks.
Canon PowerShot A410
A little late to the party, Apple's redesigned 17-inch MacBook Pro joins the 15-inch model with a redesigned aluminum body, new trackpad with expanded functionality, and a dual-graphics setup for either longer battery life or better performance.
Along with the new Tiger OS, the iMac G5 gets more muscle beneath its sleek exterior, making the all-in-one desktop a better performer and a better value.
The Apple iMac G5 gets trimmer and cheaper as it ups its performance and adds a handful of multimedia features, resulting in an all-around first-rate home PC.
The new entry-level $1,199 13-inch MacBook Pro's significant CPU updates and fantastic battery life are nearly as good as what you get in the more expensive $1,499 version.
The Envision EN7600 won't break any molds, but it performs reasonably well, and it's inexpensive.
A run-of-the-mill but very adjustable LCD with snap-on accessory cups and photo clips that should appeal to admin assistants and the inveterately sentimental.
The new 13-inch MacBook Pro uses a faster version of last year's processor, but a graphics chip upgrade and better battery life give it more value for the same price.
NEC's MultiSync LCD1960NXi is surprisingly good with video, but there are other less expensive 19-inch LCDs that offer superior overall image quality.
The SyncMaster 910T is a sharp-looking 19-inch LCD with good image quality, lots of adjustability options, and a decent price.