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Mac Air vs. Cloudbook

These new, lightweight laptops are ultraportable - but only one stole our reviewer's heart.

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A nanobooks face-off
A nanobooks face-off
As the founder of Casa Naranja, a newsletter and blog based in New York City that targets a style-conscious Hispanic market, I often attend cocktail parties and other events where it's hard to look chic while toting a laptop.

So I jumped at the chance to spend a few weeks with three sleek new computers designed to be extra portable: the Apple MacBook Air ($1,800 to $3,000), the Everex Cloudbook ($399), and the Sony VAIO Tz 298N ($3,700).

NEXT: A choppy viewing experience
Last updated April 25 2008: 9:24 AM ET