PowerBook laptops with wide screens may be much lusted after but they are not usually an option for corporate users restricted to models that help-desks can support. Don't despair: PC manufacturers are now offering options sexy enough to give PowerBooks a run for their money. The Thinkpad T60, from Lenovo, has just moved to the top of my wish list. It is equipped with a 39.1cm wide-screen display that is perfect for corporate presentations, running two applications side by side and making fellow passengers on a plane journey jealous when you watch a DVD. It should be especially tempting with an ATI Mobility Radeon graphics upgrade. The T60 features your choice of Intel Core 2 Duo processors, internal memory upgradeable to 4 gigabytes, hard disks up to 160GB and an option for a dual-layer DVD burner. All in a very portable package: about 3cm thick and weighing about 2kg. The base model costs US$1,300 but that price can double if you go with all the upgrades. Which, of course, I will.