It would now be called a Quest Roma.
The CPU is an AMD Turion MT 34 (MT37 for same money today) with 1 gig of RAM (upgrade)and cool n' quiet to save battery life, which is really about 3.5 hours with normal office use.
The hard disk is 80GB. Wireless networking is included.
We paid about £1200, including case and XP Pro.
My IT Department set up all the anti-virus stuff.
There was no trouble setting it up for dialling out from the Tropico Hotel in Luanda, Angola.
It's 2,7 Kg. so not too heavy to carry about.
It was a breeze setting it up to dial out from a rented villa in the Algarve.
I sometimes run it for days at a time from the mains analysing stuff at 100% CPU usage.
No crashes, no worries, so far.
Evesham were hinting that they might be about to put the AMD 3800 X2 chip in a notebook so that might be worth checking.