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HP Updates Pavilion DM1 with Beats Audio and New Apps

Written on September 08, 2011 by Avlya Jaie

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HP refreshes its Pavilion DM1 laptop with few spec bumps, a new design and some software add-ons.

HP has finally updated its Pavilion DM1 laptop. The 11.6-inch crossover notebook is now equipped with a Beats Audio processing system, providing better sound quality from the speakers and headphones. It is also updated with AMD’s Fusion-based, 1.65GHz E-350 and low-voltage Intel chips — which is expected to make the device faster than before.

The Pavilion DM1 ultraportable laptop also gets a revamped software. An HP Launch Box has just been added, therefore, allowing the applications to be easily organized by grouping them on the Windows 7 taskbar. A simple mouse click would open an application directly from the taskbar, which frees up screen real estate on the notebook’s desktop. The new battery is also notable, as it could support up to 11.5 hours of usage.

There would be two versions for the Pavilion DM1: A charcoal gray model and a unique ash black variant with a soft finish. The gray models will be shipped on September 21 for a price of $400; it will feature an E-450 processor, a Radeon HD 6320 video, 4GB of RAM, and a 320GB hard drive. The variant with Intel processors will be available in charcoal on October 30 for $600; while the ash black versions will be rolled out sometime in fall.

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