You could add LoJack later.
But let me explain why you can't find this laptop. The market is not demanding such a thing. But as you see with LoJack, there is a demand for that. There are also CONFIGURE TO ORDER laptops from the major players.
Or just get a Mac.
PS. As to the analysis of the CPU, today you can pick a Core2Duo and you'll be in the right zone.
I am in the market for a new laptop for my soon to be college student daughter (major - science) next fall. Budget is less of an issue than versatility and future proofing.
What are the best laptop chips?
Is a 64bit processor worthwhile?
Will there be more 64bit apps? (I'm thinking Dragon Naturally Speaking here.)
Is DualCore preferable to 64bit? Why?
Do laptops offer built-in Bluetooth for mouse and extra keyboard? (Sync a future iPod/MP3 player?)
Which laptops have a built in camera that takes video of the teacher/dry board on the opposite side of the laptop screen?
Will there be a new WiFi standard beyond "draft n" and will laptops incorporate them? Many of todays laptops seem stuck on "g".
Are there laptops that have higher maximum memory beyond 2 or 4 gigs? (Probably not necessary today by every year new apps seem to require more memory.)
Which laptop brands allow generic memory chips for expansion latter?
Which laptop brands allow generic replacement batteries so I don't have to pay for proprietary batteries?
Do some laptops come with some built in security feature to prevent a thief from using it or some LoJack feature? (It would be nice not to packup the laptop just to go to the library rest room.)
It seems no single laptop offer these features that I can find. Is there a class of laptops that I can search for in the next months that will minimize my seach? I've looked at university bookstores and they mostly offer inexpensive generic laptops less geared to students than to budget buyers.