HP has announced Pavilion DM1, a new ultraportable laptop,based on Intel CULV processor.It will features the latest Windows 7 Operating System.The DM1 has been engineered using the new CoolSense technology which HP is presenting as a new way of building laptops by strategically placing different materials.At less than 25mm thick and at just over 1.5Kg, the laptop will compete with the likes of the Dell Vostro slimline series and some of HP’s own Intel-based ultra portable.
The keyboard for the Pavilion DM1 uses the same isolated keyboard layout that can be found on many other HP laptops. It offers a very nice layout including a full sized right shift key which is missing from many laptops of this size. It is very comfortable and accurate for its size. The trackpad continues to use the integrated left and right mouse buttons directly into the trackpad.
If you travel, or are a college student, this may just be what you’re looking for. Another cool feature that will definitely come in handy for those on-the-go users is HP’s ProtectSmart. It’s a built-in accelerometer that detects when the computer is bumped or dropped and immediately stops the hard drive, likely saving many precious files.
HP Pavilion DM1 Specification:
1. Windows 7 Home Basic
2. 11.6 inch (1366×768 pixels) HD LED Backlit Display
3. Intel Pentium SU4100 Processor (2.0 GHz, 2MB Cache)
4. 3GB DDR3 RAM
5. 320GB Hard Disk
6. 5-in-1 Memory Card Reader
7. Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g
9. 3 USB 2.0 and 1 HDMI Port