HP has recently unveiled a new notebook, however it differs from other run of the mill HP laptops as it is one of their first to feature the new AMD Fusion APU platform, this particular model is called the HP Pavilion DM1.
You can see a full gallery of photos on SlashGear, we have embedded one of these images above, as you can see it looks to feature the impressive build quality we now associate with HP portables, also it is hard not to notice the well-spaced QWERTY keyboard.
In terms of specifications you get the E-350 dual-core AMD Fusion 1.6GHz processor, 3GB of RAM (support for up to 8GB), a 320GB hard drive, Radeon HD 6310M graphics and an 11.6-inch display which supports a resolution of 1366 x 768. Other specs include WiFi b/g/n, Bluetooth, Ethernet, HDMI-out, VGA-out, 3 x USB 2.0 ports, a webcam. 6-cell battery and a cardreader.
As we mentioned earlier the AMD Fusion APU chips allows for great battery life, HP claim that the Pavilion DM1 will run for 9 hours and 30 minutes from a single charge, not bad for a $449.99 notebook.
This particular model recently showed up at CES 2011, it is thought that US consumers should be able to purchase this notebook from January 9th 2011, as with most HP models there will be optional extras to choose from to boost performance and functionality.
Do you think you will buy the HP Pavilion DM1?
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