Summary: Double standards. There are very few new netbooks, but all the more minis with Zacate APU. HP uses AMD's smallest processing core in the low-cost mobile Pavilion.
Pros: Keyboard feedback, Good battery life, Short charging time of two hours, Easy maintenance access, USB 3.0 + Bluetooth 4.0, Fast typing, even without the perfect office equipment. The weak performance is compensated by the long battery life.
Cons: Bendable chassis, Relatively high weight, Relatively low application performance, High heat emission under load, TFT is not anti-glare, Less gloss and higher stability of the construction. User would gladly give up the easy access to the hardware. Removing a couple of screws is no big deal. A fle...
Summary: The HP Pavilion dm1 might be one of the best laptops available for under $400, but it’s not exactly a perfect machine. It’s not as fast, small, or quiet as an ultrabook. And it can’t handle Netflix HD video playback.
Summary: The HP Pavilion DM1 netbook doesn't have the best screen in the business but it's a good option for tackling essential tasks on the go. The ability to playback high-definition video will no doubt appeal to movie lovers and those who don't want to spend a fortune on a laptop.
Summary: Netbook with powerful graphics? HP is trusting in the latest Fusion hardware from AMD for this dm1-3180eg netbook. An E-350 dual-core processor, 3 GB of RAM and an integrated HD 6310 graphics chip should boost the 11-inch midget’s performance.
Pros: Long battery life, Low energy consumption, Good keyboard, AMD well and truly putting Intel under pressure in the netbook arena.
HP Pavilion dm1 reviewed – AMD Fusion brings excellent value for money
7 January 2011
Excerpt: With netbooks built on Atom boosting limited performances, a bunch of manufacturers embraced AMD’s new Fusion/Brazos platform for mobile computers , promising solid performances, energy efficiency and an affordable price tag.
Excerpt: HP is yet to launch a true ultrabook, but that doesn’t mean you can’t find a thin-and-light machine with an HP badge on it. If you’re looking to save a little cash, the DM1 could be just what you’re looking for. As it’s powered by an AMD Fusion processor it definitely can’t be called an ultrabook.