Fujitsu's new 13-incher

Fujitsu's new 13-incher

The 13-inch laptop is the perfect size for some people, as legions of MacBook fans will tell you. It's more portable than a mainstream 15-inch system, and easier to type on (and read) than a 12-inch ultraportable. Fujitsu wants to tempt business users with the new 13-inch LifeBook S2210, a thin and light laptop that packs in lots of business-friendly features.

Basic specs include an AMD Turion 64 X2 CPU, ATI Radeon X1150 graphics, a fingerprint reader, TPM 1.2 (Trusted Platform Module), and an accelerometer to freeze the hard drive in case of falls. The S2210 starts at just $1,299, but only includes Vista Home Basic, 512MB of RAM, and a 40GB hard drive. Jumping up to Vista Business, 2GB of RAM and a 100GB hard drive brings you closer to the $2,000 mark. The Fujitsu LifeBook S2210 is available to order starting today.

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