Sure, Apple's new iMacs are slick and all, but they aren't the only, or best, game in town when it comes to all-in-one computers. Sony's new Vaio LT19U does almost everything the iMac does, as well as a few things it doesn't.
First and foremost, it's got a Blu-ray burner built in, allowing you to burn HD movies or lots of data to blank BR discs. Second, it's got a slide-out slot for a second hard drive, making it much more expandable than the impenetrable iMac. And third, it has a wall mount built in, allowing you to slap it up on the wall, saving all sorts of desk space. You'll also get an external CableCard tuner, letting you watch TV on it. The other specs are generous as well, including a 2.2-GHz Core 2 Duo processor, 2 GB of RAM, a 500-GB hard disk for storage, and a 256-MB GeForce 8400 GT graphics card. All this adds up to the Apple-esque price of $2,900, but I guess if you want to compete with them you've got to hit that price point.