HP Pavilion dm1 – 3020us Notebook (CES 2011)

The HP Pavilion dm1-3020us is the only one brand new notebook launched by HP at CES. This year, HP is not launching that many new laptops during the show, but mostly refreshing existing products with new designs. 

The 11.6-inch dm1 – 3020us is the latest upgrade of the HP ultraportable dm1z series featuring the new low-power (18W) “Zacate” AMD Fusion APU (Accelerated Processing Unit) which combines the AMD E-350 1.6 Ghz dual-core processor with the AMD Radeon HD 6310 graphics processor in a single chip.

The HP Pavilion dm1 should be available on Jan. 9 in the US at a starting price of $449.99.

Features :
  • 11.6″ HP BrightView LED display resolution 1366×768
  • full size keyboard
  • “Zacate” AMD Fusion APU 18W chip with AMD E-350 1.6 Ghz dual-core processor and AMD Radeon HD 6310 graphics processor
  • 3GB DDR3 RAM (max supported 8 GB, 2 accessible slots)
  • 320 GB (7200 RPM) hard drive (SATA) – up to 750 GB
  • optional GPS and optional Blu-ray disc player
  • 6 cell battery, up to 10.75 battery life
  • manufacturer estimated battery life: up to 9 hours and 30 minutes
  • WiFi 802.11 b/g/n
  • Ethernet connectivity
  • Multi format card reader
  • External ports: three USB 2.0, HDMI, VGA (15 pin), RJ-45 Ethernet, audio i/o 3.5 mm jack
  • dimensions 11.42″ Lx 8.43″ (W)x 0.8 (min H) / 1.2″ (maxH)
  • weight 3.52 lbs