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Tuesday, 27 October 2009 13:42

HP readies Pavilion dm1 ultrathin

Written by Fudzilla staff

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CULV in stylish 11.6-inch skin


HP is
about to launch the Pavilion dm1, an attractive and affordable 11.6-inch ultraportable based on Intel CULV chips.

At the moment we're not sure about the complete spec, but one version will be based Intel's cheapest dual-core low voltage part, the 1.2GHz SU2300. It will ship in a couple of SKUs, with either 2GB or 3GB of memory and 250GB or 320GB of storage.

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You'll also get HDMI, 3 USB ports, b/g wireless, Bluetooth and a 6-cell battery, all packed in a 289 x 204 x 19,8 - 30,6mm body weighing 1.39kg. Prices should start at €450, which means the dm1 will be quite a match for Acer's 1410T and 1810T Timelines.

More here.
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