Now the netbook is dead. The new HP laptop Pavilion dm1 takes some indications from the latest MacBook Air which squeezes almost the performance of notebook into an approx. body size of netbook.
The weight of the HP Pavilion dm1 is 3.2-pound and has new fusion accelerated processing unit (APU) of AMD, a system on the chip which can combines with video card, multicore CPU and dedicated hardware of high definition video decoding into a single chip which is made of silicon and It has the ability to consume less power. In fact, HP claims that it has the battery life of 9.5 hours with hard drive and the optional solid state hard drive of 10.75 hours.
It has the screen size of 11.6 inches which gives us the resolution of 1366 x 786 pixels. It has card readers, three USB ports, HDMI out and the Altec Lansing speakers along with Dolby Advanced Audio.
HP Pavilion dm1 has the ability of Cool Sensing which is what HP calls it as the adaptive cooling technology. This feature works when it uses accelerometers and at that time it adjusts the interior air flow for keeping the base of the machine cool and of lap friendly.
It has the processor of AMD Radeon HD 6310 GPU and Zacate E350 with 1.6 GHz on the same chip along with the memory of 3GB. According to both AMD and Zacate the laptop will play 1080p video for nine