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Fujitsu announced three attractive lappies as part of its LifeBook line, the N6420 (pictured above) with its big 17-inch screen, the clean, white A3110 with its 15.4-inch display and the A6010, also a 15.4-incher. The 10-pound A6420 (starting at $1499) is a desktop replacement with an optional HD DVD player (for $460 extra), Intel Core 2 Duo processor and a remote, but no HDMI port.

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The A3110 ($1,399) has an AMD Turion 64 x2 dual core processor, and is a bit lighter at 6 pounds. The A6010 is quite similar to the A3110 but with your choice of an Intel Core Duo or Core 2 Duo processor. It's $1149. They're all pretty, and all are available now.

These notebooks look a lot like Dell's offerings inside and out (well, except for that AMD one), with similar pricing, too. Pretty soon you'll be shopping price on notebooks just like you do any other commodity. See more appealing pics of all these luscious laptops, after the jump.

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LifeBook A3110

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LifeBook A6010

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LifeBook A6010

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LifeBook A6420

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