May has passed and with it a shakeup in our top 10 notebooks. The Lenovo T60 and Sony Vaio SZ retain control of the top two spots but after that we have four new entrants and Apple even owns two spots with their MacBook and MacBook Pro. Dell lost two units, but added two new ones to keep their manufacturer lead of 4 notebooks in the top 10.
1. Lenovo ThinkPad T60 (Previously #1) – The ThinkPad T60 is a Core Duo machine that comes with either a 14″ or 15″ standard aspect ratio display. This thin and light is all about business, featuring one of the best keyboards in the industry, dual pointing devices and optional integrated WAN. Lenovo ThinkPad T60 Reviews | Lenovo ThinkPad T60 User Opinions
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2. Sony VAIO SZ (Previously #2) – Performance in a small package, that sums up the Sony VAIO SZ. The bright glossy 13.3″ display is powered by dedicated graphics and a Core Duo processor. Sony VAIO SZ Reviews | Sony VAIO SZ User Opinions
3. Apple MacBook (New) – Take the power of the Intel Core Duo processor to go, starting at just $1099. Choose MacBook in black or white, both with a brilliant, 13.3-inch glossy widescreen display. Nearly one inch thin, 5.2 pounds, 100% perfect for anyone who wants power in an affordable package. Apple MacBook Reviews | Apple MacBook User Opinions
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4. Dell Inspiron e1505 (Previously #3) – The Inspiron e1505 is fully customizable including Core Duo processors, high resolution 15.4″ display and several drive options. Dell has found a nice blend of performance and price with the e1505. Dell Inspiron e1505 Reviews | Dell Inspiron e1505 User Opinions
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5. Apple MacBook Pro (Previously #7) – Apple’s MacBook Pro is one of the nicest looking notebooks on the market. It’s not all about beauty though, the MacBook Pro offers an Intel Core Duo processor, ATI X1600 video card and DVI output. Apple MacBook Pro Reviews | Apple MacBook Pro User Opinions
|6. Dell Inspiron e1405 (New) – The Dell Inspiron e1405 is a 14.1″ screen portable laptop featuring the Intel Core Duo or Core Solo processor. The e1405 weighs in at about 5.3lbs so it’s easy enough to carry around yet has a large enough screen for comfortable viewing. Dell Inspiron e1405 Reviews | Dell Inspiron e1405 User Opinions|
|7. Acer TravelMate 8200 (Previously #6) – Acer goes all out with this 15.4″ wide screen model. The TravelMate 8200 boasts a Core Duo processor, high resolution display and an ATI x1600 video card with 256MB RAM. Acer TravelMate 8200 Reviews | Acer TravelMate 8200 User Opinions|
|8. Dell Inspiron e1705 (New) – The e1705 features a 17″ screen with optional high resolution, glossy display. It also comes with optional Core Duo processors and NVIDIA dedicated graphics. Dell Inspiron e1705 Reviews | Dell Inspiron e1705 User Opinions|
| ||9. Dell Inspiron 6400 (Previously #4) – The Inspiron 6400 is the Small Business equivalent to the e1505. It’s a 15.4″ widescreen model which is fully customizable including both Core Solo and Core Duo CPUs. Dell Inspiron 6400 Reviews | Dell Inspiron 6400 User Opinions|
| ||10. Sony Vaio FS (New) – The FS series from Sony offer fantastic 15.4″ glossy widescreens in a sleek body. Sony Vaio FS Reviews | Sony Vaio FS User Opinions|
Notebooks falling out of this month’s Top 10:
Check out the Top 10 from last month, April’s most popular notebooks.