HP Pavilion DM1 - AMD Fusion E

  • HP Pavilion DM1 - AMD Fusion E
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Based on 27 scores, 39 reviews available
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The HP Pavilion DM1 carry a 1366x768 panel, weighs 3.52lbs and measures roughly an inch thick. Aesthetically, the chassis has been slightly reworked and HP will coat the lid in a soft rubber material. The DM1's chiclet keyboard looks par for the course, but it has received an improved touchpad with two mouse buttons instead of its predecessor's single-touch solution. HP has also added its latest Beats Audio engine to drive your favorite speakers.

Expert reviews and ratings

By PC Advisor on 80

The HP Pavilion dm1 is an excellent choice for a portable laptop. For its sub-£350 price tag you get decent performance, a good range of ports and a long battery life. The HP Pavilion dm1 doesn't look too bad either but could benefit from...

By CNET Australia on 70

The dm1 is attempting to occupy a price point, and hold on to it to the best of its ability. If you don't want the bulk of a 15.6-inch budget machine yet can't afford an ultrabook, don't stoop down to the netbook level: get this...

By RegHardware on 85

By avoiding Intel’s puny Atom CPUs and wretched built-in graphics and a nasty little 1024 x 600 10.1in screen, the HP Pavilion dm1 offers a useful alternative to a chic but limited tablet or a farcically expensive Ultrabook. For £350 you get...

By CNET UK on 80

The HP Pavilion DM1 netbook doesn't have the best screen in the business but it's a good option for tackling essential tasks on the go. The ability to playback high-definition video will no doubt appeal to movie lovers and those who don't...

By Trusted Reviews on 60

HP’s dm1-3200sa is a decent enough ultraportable or high-end netbook let down by its somewhat discordant design and screen’s poor viewing angles. At its current price point of around £375, it’s worth spending a little more to get...

By Expert Reviews on 80

A great ultra-portable for anyone who doesn’t have the cash for an ultrabook...

By PC Mag on 80

The HP Pavilion dm1-3010nr offers up a powerful portable QWERTY keyboard solution complete with 4G connectivity for the traveling businessman. ...

By ZDNet UK on

I have had a dm1-3105ez for some time now, and if it weren't for the cursed Synaptic "ClickPad" it would have been my favorite system, by quite some margin. But using the ClickPad is so awful, even...

By PCWorld New Zealand on 60

HP has been on a winning streak for the last couple of years, with the company’s laptops taking several of our coveted PC World Platinum awards. That made it all the more disappointing that the Pavilion dm1 is the poorest performer in our 2011...

By TechRadar on 70

The HP Pavilion dm1-4027ea comes at an interesting time for portable PC laptops. Traditional laptops have had a turbulent ride of late, with a number of threats appearing to erode their market. The first threat - netbooks - has been seen off pretty...

By Wired on 80

Only six months ago, we were gushing about HP’s Pavilion dm1z, declaring it a savior to the beleaguered netbook space, an affordable and handsome way to take a pint-sized computer with you just about anywhere.Over the summer, HP went back to the...

By CNET Asia on 81

There have been plenty of 11-inch AMD-powered ultraportables this year, but HP's Pavilion dm1z was the first, and this updated version puts it back in the lead in this crowded category....

By Mobility Site on

Final thoughts on the HP Pavilion dm1? Well, if you’re always on the go, and you’re looking with a notebook with blistering fast data built in, the Pavilion dm1 is definitely the way to go. Just remember to bring a mouse with you, because...

By Bright Side of News on

We took this little laptop with us everywhere we went. Its gone on transatlantic flights, braved the desert, the mountains, hotel rooms, it’s followed us to countless conferences and events. Not a single time did this laptop fail us when we needed...

By APC Magazine on 80

There's a clear line between notebooks and netbooks when talking about Intel processors. Notebooks use a full-power chip, like a Core i3 or Pentium processor, and netbooks use Atom processors. Since the introduction of the AMD Brazos...

By TechRadar on 70

Aside from the ropey touchpad, the HP Pavilion dm1-3100sa is a great ultra-portable laptop. At £349, it offers superb value for money, if you don't need bags of power for resource-hungry tasks such as video editing. The screen is particularly...

By Expert Reviews on 60

It may look like a very smart netbook, but the dm1 is twice as fast and has good speakers; however its dim screen lets it down, and the atrocious touchpad means it misses out on an award....

By ZDNet UK on

So, the bottom line is that this is a potentially very nice system. If you are up to the task of compiling the WiFi driver, and you are willing to use openSuSE so that the ClickPad works properly, then go for it. If you want to whine about Linux and...

By HardwareZone.com on 85

HP's Pavilion dm1 feels like a strange breed of a portable computing device. Like Britney Spears' chart topping pop song, the notebook is neither a netbook, nor yet a notebook. While HP does call the dm1 a netbook, this 11.6-inch device...

By Good Gear Guide on 70

HP's Pavilion dm1 has good graphics performance and battery life for a netbook, thanks to AMD's Fusion APU. It's a well designed unit with good looks and we found it very comfortable to use. However, it does have a loud fan and one of the...