Fujitsu has just unveiled its latest line of lappies, the new LifeBook A series, which come with the option of either an Intel Core Duo T2050 on the A6010 model, or alternatively an AMD Sempron or a Turion 64 X2 on the A3110. This 15-incher comes with three USB ports, SD / MemoryStick / xD slots, IEEE 1394, and the LifeBook Shock Sensor that'll reduce the likelihood that your hard drive will get scratched up if your laptop takes a tumble. Further, there's an optional S$320 ($200) battery that'll increase your autonomous power supply up to 4.5 hours on the A6010, or up to a little over three hours on the A3110. Unfortunately, the only pricing info that we have for now is on the A3110, which will cost S$2,000 (nearly $1,300) when it debuts later this month.

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