[CES 2010] If you tend to travel a whole lot and find yourself working on-the-road more often than at the office, then the Fujitsu LifeBook S760 ought to be your cup of tea. Tipping the scales at just 3.6 pounds, you get a 13.3″ widescreen HD display with built-in security features such as TPM, a fingerprint sensor, hard drive and BIOS password protection. It will run on Intel’s latest Core i5 and i7 processors, and if you feel like getting your game on as well for some time out instead of rolling with the guys across nightclubs in Vegas, there is always the option to throw in an optional NVIDIA graphics controller with 512GB of dedicated graphics memory. Depending on what you want inside, the LifeBook S760 will start from $1,422 upwards. A cheaper alternative would be the LifeBook S710 that has a larger 14″ display, losing out on hard drive and BIOS protection without any room for a video card upgrade, but the entry price is lower at $1,207.
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