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Gateway, Hewlett-Packard, Dell unveil fleet of new portables geared toward businesspeople.

    Notebooks at work

    Toshiba is adding two new series to the lineup of recently unveiled business notebooks. The Tecra M3 weighs less than 5 pounds and features an Intel Pentium M processor, integrated 802.11b/g wireless capability and the latest DDR2 memory architecture.

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    Toshiba tecra M3

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    Toshiba's Tecra S2 has optional Bluetooth and two wireless networking choices. A CD writer and DVD-ROM are optional in S2, while the M3 comes with a SelectBay CD-RW/DVD-ROM, the computer maker said.

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    Toshiba Tecra S2

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    HP aims to offer the basics with its family of HP Compaq 6100 notebooks. Models start at about $800.

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    HP Compaq 6100

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    HP wants executives to tote its new Compaq nc4200, which weighs 3.9 pounds, when they're on the road.

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    Compaq nc4200

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    HP's new Compaq tc4200 tablet looks like a traditional clamshell notebook, but its screen can rotate and fold down to create a writing surface. It has a 12.1-inch screen and weighs 4.5 pounds.

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    HP's Compaq tc4200

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    Gateway is aiming its M460 notebook, which weighs about 6 pounds, at businesses, government buyers and educational institutions.

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    Gateway M460

    Notebooks at work

    Dell will go after HP with models such as the 3.8-pound Latitude D410, shown here with its add-on media base, which accommodates extras such as a CD drive. This week, the company introduced business PCs it says are faster, more secure and more environmentally friendly than their predecessors.

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    Latitude D410