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.
Excerpt: Only six months ago, we were gushing about HP’s Pavilion dm1z , declaring it a savior to the beleaguered netbook space, an affordable and handsome way to take a pint-sized computer with you just about anywhere.
Pros: Still one of the best netbooks on the market. An all-around solid unit that looks better than ever. Upgraded webcam and audio. Improved battery life.
Cons: Screen is significantly dimmer than the dm1z and viewing angles aren’t great. Slight performance drop.
Summary: The HP Pavilion dm1 is an excellent choice for a portable laptop. For its sub-£350 price tag you get decent performance, a good range of ports and a long battery life. The HP Pavilion dm1 doesn't look too bad either but could benefit from better build quality.
Excerpt: During my visit to the Gadget Show in Birmingham last April I saw one of these on the HP stand. There and then I requested to review this cross between a Netbook and a Notebook, the HP NotebookDM1, that has an extra front end feature to use.
Excerpt: Go mobile with an extra thin, light Notebook PC!. The 11.6″ HP Pavilion dm1 Notebook PC weighs less than 1.5 kg and is just 19.8mm thick for the ultimate balance of size, weight and performance. Operating system: Genuine ...
Conclusion: Dirigido a los que buscan una computadora para realizar tareas básicas como: correos electrónicos, Internet y redes sociales. También para los que quieren una buena computadora portátil que sirva para los videojuegos.
Pros: Su tarjeta de gráficos de Intel es muy buena para videojuegos. Trae una serie de programas HP, que hacen realmente útil a esta laptop.
Cons: Su procesador es de la gama más baja de Intel, lo que te dará un buen desempeño pero no excelente.