<h2>The Lightest</h2><br><br><b>Name:</b> [[xref:http://www.pcworld.com/article/173338/sony_unveils_vaio_x_vaio_cw_laptops.html|Sony VAIO X|Sony Unveils Vaio X, Vaio CW Laptops]] <br><br><b>Price:</b> $1300 and up<br><br><b>Availability:</b> November 2009<br><br><b>Extreme spec:</b> Weighs only 1.6 pounds (with a standard battery) <br><br><b>Reasons to love it:</b> Some of the most fashionable ultraportables--like the Dell Adamo and the MacBook Air--tip the scales at about 3 pounds, but those laptops feel as if they could anchor a cruise ship compared with this featherweight computer. Though the VAIO X carries an 11-inch screen, you can't get much lighter than this slimmed-down beauty's 1.6 pounds even if you move to a netbook with a 9- or 10-inch display. <br><br>The VAIO X comes loaded with Windows 7, 2GB of DDR2 RAM, a 64GB solid-state drive, a multitouch trackpad, Memory Stick Duo and SD Card slots, GPS, ethernet, Wi-Fi (802.11n) and Bluetooth connectivity, two USB 2.0 ports, and a Motion Eye Webcam. <br><br>The processor is a 2.0Ghz Intel chip. Which Intel chip? Sony isn't saying, but [[xref:http://www.pcworld.com/article/171373/sonys_ultraslim_laptop_surfaces_in_berlin.html|early speculation|Sony's Ultra-Slim Laptop Surfaces in Berlin]] has indicated that the VAIO X will sport a processor from Intel's [[xref:http://www.pcworld.com/article/162770/intel_announces_2ghz_atom_microprocessor.html|Atom lineup|Intel Announces 2GHz Atom Microprocessor]].