Barry Gerber has finished a review of the Fujitsu Lifebook B6110D and Toshiba Portege R200 for MobilityGuru and compared them head-to-head. Both ultraportable laptops weigh under three and a half pounds, have 12.1-inch displays, and security features including a built-in fingerprint reader. This is an eleven-page review that covers just about everything, that concludes with the Fujitsu having a better battery life, and being more rugged, while the Toshiba is lighter.
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