With quad-cores just around the corner, you simply cannot get away with a single core of processing anymore. Fujitsu recognizes this, ensuring that all three of the new additions to their LifeBook line are rocking dual core processors.
The biggest of the bunch is the desktop-replacing N6420 (left) with its huge 17-inch screen, Core 2 Duo processor, and multimedia remote. It weighs in at a beefy ten pounds and will run you at least $1499, before you tack on the optional HD DVD player for another $460.
The A3110 (center) and A6010 (right) are functionally identical, except the former ($1,399) comes powered by an AMD Turion 64 x2, whereas the latter ($1,149) gives you choice between Intel’s Core Duo and Core 2 Duo processors. Both laptops are about six pounds.