Apple introduced a new MacBook Air a few weeks ago that weighs just 2.3 pounds and measures 0.11 inches thick at its thinnest point. It’s got an 11.6-inch display, and costs $1,000. Our brand-new batch of Computer Ratings lets you know what we think of the Air and its larger 13.3-inch sibling.
Our new Ratings also reveal your best choice for a mini computer, one that’s small and unobtrusive enough to place in your living room for feeding video to your TV. There’s also a great bargain, a 13-inch Toshiba laptop for $780. Check the Ratings to find out why we liked it.
In desktops, there’s a fully loaded HP computer that includes lots of video memory, a large hard drive, Blu-ray, and a TV tuner. It’s a great entertainment system that also provides an excellent gaming experience.
For our take on 42 desktops, 21 netbooks, and 70 laptops, see our Ratings (available to subscribers).