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.
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.