( Mobile ) - For die-hard desktop computer users, it can difficult taking the plunge into the world of notebooks, but Fujitsu is trying to make the jump a lot easier for you with the introduction of the LifeBook N6460. Available now in the United States -- it was announced in Singapore a few weeks ago -- this desktop-replacing laptop has a whole bevy of goodies that will even get the most hardcore desktop users to swoon.
Let's get started with the brilliant 17-inch XGA+ panel, providing you with plenty of viewing area for fragging, Photoshopping, and video watching on the go. Processing comes by way of an Intel Core 2 Duo T7300 (2GHz), backed up by 2GB of RAM (upgradeable to 4GB) and an ATI Mobility Radeon HD 2600 graphics card with 512MB of HyperMemory. The hard drive can be as big as 500GB. Rounding out the specs are a Blu-ray/HD DVD drive, fingerprint reader, TV tunor, 5 USB ports, multicard reader, remote control, and Windows Vista.
The standard configuration on the Fujitsu LifeBook N6460 laptop starts from $1499, but the fully loaded version will go for as much as $2599.