Product: Fujitsu LifeBook B Price: $15, 980 Pros: Very portable, sleek design Cons: No Firewire and just two USB ports Fujitsu's latest LifeBook B Series notebook is one of the lightest laptops on the market at just 1.36kg, but it is no lightweight in terms of power. The notebook, featuring a 60-gigabyte hard drive, runs the low-voltage Intel Pentium M processor operating at one gigahertz. It can be equipped with high-speed 802.11a+b or g wireless LAN for an additional cost. The LifeBook B competes with Toshiba's Portege and Sony's C series laptops. These ultraportables feature smaller screens of 10.4 inches, weigh less than 1.8kg, and lack integrated optical drives. It comes with two universal serial bus 2.0 ports so you can connect an external CD or DVD burner. Its main draw is its portability and wireless connectivity. Fujitsu sells a separate docking station that has more USB 2.0 ports and can house an optical drive. With the mounting popularity of high-capacity thumb drives that work with any USB port, it is becoming less of a problem for executives to carry a laptop without CD or DVD drives.