The Lifebook Q2010 from Fujitsu is an ultra-thin, sleek 2.2 lb notebook designed for computing on the go, and is sure to turn some heads. About the thickness of a magazine, this laptop sacrifices some power and accessories for the benefit of being ultra-thin and portable. It doesn't have a DVD player or a built-in ethernet port (available with an attachment), but is powered by an Intel Core Solo 1.2 GHz processor and sports dual-antennae, WiFi connectivity. This laptop is no slouch though, as it is able to run Vista, the latest O/S in the Windows family. The word of the day for the Q2010 is "minimalist".