Friday, September 9, 2011

HP updated its notebook Pavilion dm1: changes both inside and outside

HP has promised to soon begin selling an updated version of the laptop Pavilion dm1. In the new revision has undergone not only hardware and filling, but some elements of the exterior.
The updated HP Pavilion dm1

The design of the laptop has undergone a slight but still noticeable changes. For example, the touch pad there are two separate keys, and only 3.5 mm jack, which served to connect both headphone and microphone, replaced by two separate connectors. In addition, the added options of covering the lid and touch pad.
The updated HP Pavilion dm1

The updated HP Pavilion dm1 will be available as a hybrid processor AMD E-300 and E-450 (formerly unit completed only APU E-350), and with the low voltage processor, Intel Core i3. In the first case the laptop can be ordered in the U.S. since September 21, starting at $ 399, but the version with an Intel processor will do the implementation in America from October 30, starting at $ 600. Such a large difference in price is due not only to the higher cost of the CPU and logic from Intel, but the fact that in the delivery of the second version is enabled by default external optical drive.
The updated HP Pavilion dm1

As for other hardware HP Pavilion dm1, they have not changed: the laptop will still be equipped with a screen diagonal of 11.6 inches LED-backlit display, HDD capacity from 320 to 750 GB or 128 GB SSD, Wi-Fi adapter and Bluetooth (for a fee and also HSDPA). Overall dimensions and weight of the device also will not change - 290 x 214 x 20-30 mm, and 1.6 kg.

Source: HP