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HP Pavilion dm1z 11.6" AMD Dual-Core FUSION Processor E-350+AMD Radeon HD 6310M Discrete-Class Graphics, 3GB DDR3 RAM, 320GB 7200RPM Hard Drive

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3.0 out of 5 stars 46 customer reviews

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  • (2 x 1.6 GHz) AMD E-350 processor
  • 250 GB Hard Drive,3 GB DDR3 RAM,
  • 11.6 inch LED display, 1366-by-768 resolution
  • AMD Radeon HD 6310 IGP graphics
  • 1.3MP webcam,Windows 7 Home Premium

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(2 x 1.6 GHz) AMD E-450 processor 750 GB Hard Drive, 4 GB DDR3 RAM, 11.6 inch LED display, 1366-by-768 resolution AMD Radeon HD 6320 IGP graphics 1.3MP webcam,Windows 7 Home Premium.

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Summary : Screen Size, Screen Resolution, Graphics Coprocessor, Graphics Card RAM
Screen Size 11.6 inches
Screen Resolution 1366 x 768
Max Screen Resolution 1336 x 768 pixels
Processor 1.66 GHz E-Series Dual Core E-350
Hard Drive 250 GB SATA
Graphics Coprocessor Radeon
Chipset Brand AMD
Card Description Radeon HD 6310M
Graphics Card Ram Size 1024 MB
Brand Name HP
Series Pavilion
Item model number dm1
Hardware Platform PC
Operating System Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium (64 bit)
Item Weight 3.5 pounds
Product Dimensions 11.4 x 1.2 x 8.4 inches
Item Dimensions L x W x H 11.42 x 1.2 x 8.43 inches
Color Silver/Black
Rear Webcam Resolution 1.3 MP
Processor Brand AMD
Processor Count 1
Computer Memory Type SODIMM
Hard Drive Interface Serial ATA
Hard Drive Rotational Speed 7200 RPM
Battery Type lithium_ion

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3.0 out of 5 stars 46 customer reviews

3.0 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #8,292 in Computers & Accessories > Computer Components > Memory
Shipping Weight 6 pounds
Date First Available January 11, 2011

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CPU: AMD Zacate 1.6GHz Dual Core
Memory: 2x4 GB Allcomponents Memory
HDD: On Video Seagate 320GB 7200 RPM
*Boot time reference 128GB Samsung PM800
Video: HD6310 APU
OS: Windows 7 Home Premium
Screen: 11.6 inch LED display
Price: Base system $428 free shipping w/o taxes
Total with upgrades: $670 with taxes.

I've owned the HP Pavilion DM1Z now for two weeks. During this time I've managed to use it under various conditions. I've used it as a word processor, as an MP3 player, as a video player and as a gaming unit.
This is AMD's first outing incorporating video and processor under one microchip. The result is a chip that is able to run everything without the need for more cooling and more battery use.

Currently, the Zacate e-350 uses 18 watts. This is while running at 1.6 GHz dual core and a GPU Clock of 500 MHZ. The GPU has 80 cores too, which enable it to render 1080p HD content without much hesitation.

The chipset, which is nicknamed Bobcat, is not meant to be a processing or rendering beast, but instead a chip that can combine every day processing, while also being able to be used as a multimedia device.

The processor has the capability to decode H.264, VC-1 and MPEG-2 with hardware acceleration. It also supports STS-HD MA bitstreaming over HDMI and Dolby TrueHD. This makes the Zacate more capable than Intel Atom processors when incorporated in a multimedia unit.

The one drawback, currently due to Adobe Flash and the Zacate architecture, is the ability to cleanly run Flash video at 1080p. Some people are experiencing lag when running video in full screen and when using the HDMI out on their screen.
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I purchased my HP Pavilion DM1 directly from HP in late March 2011. I found it to be a very capable little machine. It really seemed to be the right mix of power and portability. Initially, I was very happy with it.

My use of the DM1 was basically limited to some light web browsing. It really did not get used much--perhaps an average of thirty minutes per day. It actually never even left the house.

As I write this, my DM1 is not quite two months old. Yesterday, I used the DM1 for a few minutes of web browsing. I powered it down, closed the lid, and walked away. A while later, I started it back up and immediately noticed some issues with the display. There was a row of dead pixels and a white rectangular block of dead pixels in the top left corner of the display, and a spot that I can only describe as looking like a black ink splatter.

Today, I called HP support to report the issue. With the laptop being not quite two months old, I figured there would be no issue getting this covered under the 1-Year Limited Warranty. The HP Support Assistant told me that I was fortunate that it was under warranty. He then put me on with a Hardware Manager, or something like that. I had to describe the issue again to this individual. The Hardware Manager told me that my issue is due to a crack on the inside of the display. He said that there might not be a visible crack on the outside of the display, but there is a crack on the inside. He also told me that this could only occur from some sort of "pressure or impact". I explained to him that the laptop was never dropped or impacted in any way. He told me that if the lid had even had any pressure applied to it, then that could have been enough to cause the internal crack.
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I was really looking forward to getting this laptop after reading all the online reviews. I'm sad to say I returned the device to HP.

So the good news about the laptop is its performance. I really doesn't feel like a netbook and its ability to play 720P streaming video full screen was fantastic. It did stutter when I tried to watch 1080P streaming video full screen from YouTube, but what do you want from such a little device!

The fit and finish of the laptop is great. The keyboard is wonderful to use and I really liked the quality of the plastic used throughout.

OK, now for the bad news. The main issue I had with the laptop was the high gloss screen. If you only use this indoors in dim light then you'll be fine. But when I tried to use it in an office environment under florescent lights all I saw was reflections from the lights. If I tried to tilt the screen to get rid of the reflections then the screen became difficult to see well. This really became a show stopper for me and ultimately made me call HP to return the laptop.

Others have mentioned the almost always on fan - it's a bit annoying but I could have lived with that. The only other issue I had was with its weight. Given how small the laptop is you'd expect it to weight very little just like similar sized netbooks. It feels more like a regular value-priced laptop. Again this was something I noticed but was willing to live with if it wasn't for the screen.

I really wanted to like this little guy, but on Monday it goes back to hp...nice thing about that is they picked up the return shipping costs. I'll give them high marks for customer service!
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