We first caught sight of Fujitsu's new LifeBook S2210 a couple of weeks ago, but the reasonably thin-and-light laptop has now found its way a little closer to home, making its North American debut today. The laptop's specs also appear to have undergone a slight change since we last saw it, with a 1.6GHz AMD Turion 64 X2 processor making an appeareance in place of the Sempron 3200+ that was on display in Korea. Otherwise, it's the same S2210, with a 13.3-inch XGA display, ATI Radeon X1150 graphics, up to 2GB of RAM, a max 100GB 5,400 rpm hard drive, and a modular bay that can house either a DVD burner, a second hard drive, or an extra battery. For the more paranoid/security conscious, the laptop can also be configured with a built-in fingerprint sensor. Look for this one to set you back anywhere from $1,299 to over $2,000 depending on how you decide to load it up.