CES 2011: HP Pavilion dm1 features AMD Fusion chips05 Jan 2011
AMD officially announced Fusion chips the other day, and the OEMs aren't far behind. HP has now come up with the refreshed Pavilion dm1 budget ultraportable laptop which comes with AMD Fusion chips, and with that comes DirectX 11 compatible GPU and full-HD 1080p video playback.
HP Pavilion dm1
The new HP Pavilion dm1 builds on the previous HP Pavilion dm1 we had reviewed. It comes with an 11.6-inch widescreen display and has better innards than your regular 10-inch netbook running on Intel Atom processor. The thin and light laptop measures less than 1-inch thin, comes with AMD Fusion chips with integrated DirectX 11 compatible GPU.
The Pavilion dm1 also claims to run smooth HD 1080p playback and features HP CoolSense Technology, which combines advanced hardware and intelligent cooling software for a notebook that feels noticeably cooler. The technology automatically adjusts cooling levels according to a user’s personal preferences.
The Pavilion dm1's case has been substantially updated, and it has a 11.6-inch 1366x768 resolution display. And on the inside it has a dual-core 1.6-GHz AMD Vision E-350 APU, which includes Radeon HD 6310M graphics. HP offers the Pavilion dm1 with 3GB of RAM, 320GB drive and an SD card reader, 3 USB ports, HDMI and VGA out, and an Ethernet port. The HP Pavilion dm1 weighs 1.6-kg with a six-cell 55WHr battery claiming to offer 10 hours of battery life.
The HP Pavilion dm1 offers up to 10 hours of battery life, Dolby Advanced Audio for optimal playback for movies, music and games, and is also certified by Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA), which allows users to integrate all their entertainment needs in a single network and access multimedia content wirelessly among all DLNA certified devices at work or play.
HP Pavilion dm1 review
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