A study by Computing Which? has found that Apple's MacBook came out on top in its recent survey of the lightest laptops currently available on the market.
It found that, not only did it perform well, it looked better than the majority of other offerings, it also performed better and had a better battery life.
The magazine also found that Toshiba's Satellite Pro U300 and Protégé R500-106 out performed the other Windows-based laptops on test.
The release came on the same day as the magazine found that in a test of various methods for buying a laptop for under £300, a refurbished model came out strongest.