We already knew HP had a home run on its hands with the Pavilion dm1z
, the first notebook to hit the market with AMD's long-awaited Fusion platform
. Well, it looks like consumers agreed, and the company's chomping at the bit to duplicate that winning formula for the business crowd. HP's quietly taken the veil off the 3105m, another 11.6-inch laptop packing AMD's dual-core 1.6GHz E-350 Zacate CPU and Radeon HD 6310 graphics. The difference is, this little guy runs Windows 7 Professional and offers support for Computrace LoJack for laptops
. Otherwise, the $449 starting price is identical, as are the specs, including a standard 320GB 7,200RPM hard drive, 2GB of RAM, and a six-cell battery that promises to last up to nine and a half hours on a charge. Hit the source link to peruse a complete list of specs and, if you're so inclined, snap one up.