HP Pavilion dm1z
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- Great blend of performance and graphicsOver five hours of battery life Impressive speakers for the size
- ClickPad can still be frustratingLots of preloaded software Fan noise can get loud
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HP Pavilion dm1z
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- 83AVERAGE CRITIC SCORE3 ReviewsEngadget80HP Pavilion dm1z (with AMD Fusion) review -- Engad...the dm1z provides the best balance of performance, graphics, and battery life for the price, and to that end, AMD can finally pat itself on the back... even if it did take five years to get here.PC Mag90HP Pavilion dm1z Review & Rating | PCMag.comThe HP Pavilion dm1z is next step in netbook evolution, as its new AMD Fusion APU proved you can have great battery life without sacrificing speed.Laptop Magazine80HP Pavilion dm1z ReviewNow that the HP Pavilion dm1z has arrived, the budget notebook space has become a lot more competitive. With AMD's new Fusion processor, HP has created a laptop that, for $479, provides a better balance of performance and endurance than the Nvidia Ion-powered Asus Eee PC 1215N. It also gives you more graphics oomph than Intel ULV notebooks and earlier AMD budget ultraportables.NotebookReviewNot RatedHP Pavilion dm1z ReviewThe HP Pavilion dm1z delivers good value with solid performance and decent battery life for a low price.
- 80AVERAGE USER SCORE2 ReviewsEngadget Reader80April 28, 2011Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!really good buy. Notable weakness, it's very noisy. Fan is activated most of the time. Operates at very cool temperatures....would even sacrifice some more heat to have less noise.Video performance goes up to 720p, working even from a USB. Cannot run 1080p. Does come with only 2.0 USB (perhaps would nice and not expensive to have that upgraded).In my case, it came with a free USB CD-DVD-RW drive , don't know if that is always the caseFun tip: PG Up/Down is FN+up/down arrow (not written on the keys).Engadget Reader80April 21, 2011Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!This netbook will handle almost anything I throw at it and it will even make a decent showing at things I don't expect it to do well at. I have run visual studio 2010 while having 6 tabs open in chrome and 2 open in firefox with no problems. It will struggle to do any sort of gaming. If that is something that you are concerned with then I would look elsewhere. If you anticipate screen glare being a problem where you will be using the laptop then I would suggest looking at the lenovo with this processor.
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