HP announced a new business laptop today, the HP Compaq nx6325. It's a thin-and-light model that gives you a choice between AMD's dual-core Turion 64 X2 CPUs and single-core Mobile Sempron chips. Security features include a biometric fingerprint reader, an integrated TPM 1.2 security chip, and an optional smart card reader. It's also built to last, with HP's Mobile Data Protection System (protects against shock and vibration), a scratch-resistant lamination, and a spill-resistant keyboard. The Compaq nx6325 hasn't popped up on HP's site just yet, but pricing is expected to start at $1,049.
And from the "Dock it like it's hot" department, HP also introduced today the 3-in-1 NAS Docking Station for its business laptops. The $399 dock features a 160GB hard drive for data backup and provides secure file sharing and print server capabilities.