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The HP Pavilion DM1Z features a dual-core 1.6GHz E350 Zacate processor and AMD Radeon HD 6310 GPU on the same chip. It also boasts an 11.6-inch widescreen with a 1,366-by-768 resolution and ships with a full size, chiclet-style keyboard. The DM1Z also includes a free upgrade to 3GB of RAM, a 6-cell battery and 320GB of storage, while also supporting extras like GPS mapping and an external Blu-ray drive. In terms of connectivity, the dm1z has 3 USB ports, VGA, Ethernet, a multimedia card reader and HDMI out.
Great performance; excellent portability; fantastic price.
HD video playback complimented by reviewers, Full-sized keyboard.
Sturdy build; Elegant design; Gaming capability; Full HD support
Battery life (4.5 hours), weight.Just about the perfect netbook in every respect. Love the little touches, like LEDs showing mute and WiFi on/off status right on their respective keys.
Sleek design, AMD Fusion makes this faster than a netbook.
Compact, portable design.
Priced as high as budget notebooks, Not for gamers
Comes with endless bloatware; Slightly heavy
Shallow keyboard. Touchpad buttons miss lots of clicks. Not a tablet.
Processing Power is so-so, dm1z is a bit heavier than it looks, trackpad scrolling could be smoother.
Noisy fan, still not as fast as an ultraportable.
Smaller than average trackpad, 3G option isn't available yet
ClickPad can still be frustrating, Lots of preloaded software.
Mediocre touchpad, Flimsy Ethernet jack cover.
Occasional touchpad glitches, No USB 3.0 port, Doesn't deliver claimed "9.5 hours" of battery life in real world use.
By Digital Trends on December 13, 2011
The HP dm1z is what netbooks originally claimed to be but never were - an affordable and enjoyable Windows PC in a portable...
By Computer Shopper on October 01, 2011
Good-looking and long running, the HP Pavilion dm1z is a well-rounded ultraportable that delivers high style at a low price....
By cnet on September 27, 2011
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...
By Gear Diary on September 07, 2011
When you have a mini-laptop with a ~$420 price tag (+$100 for Blu-Ray player), you naturally scale back your expectations – you don’t expect to be playing max’d out 3D games, watching Blu-Ray movies, hearing great sound as you stream...
By InfoWorld on August 27, 2011
The common denominator is small size and light weight. Otherwise, the usual tradeoffs apply. Be on the alert for lousy ergonomics, poor...
By ConsumerSearch on August 01, 2011
The HP Pavilion dm1z netbook achieves a nearly impossible task: inspiring consensus among virtually all review sites that report on it, while racking up an impressive array of Editors' Choice or Recommended ratings along the way. Powered by an AMD...
By TechTree on July 26, 2011
After spending a few weeks with the HP Pavilion dm1z, I can tell that AMD's Fusion has lived up to the hype. HP has succeeded in providing a nice design and sturdy build quality. The HD video playback is flawless, and the netbook is good to go when...
By Online Notebook on July 04, 2011
There still are a lot a lot of PC manufacturers in the market who believes that the Netbooks arent completely dead and that there still is a little life left in this segment, and hence keeps launching new products in the segment. One such manufacturer...
By Wired on June 09, 2011
Don’t tell HP that netbooks are dead, that tablets are the future.Like so many old-guard PC companies, HP continues to hang on to the little ‘puter that could. And you know what, it’s doing a fine job of proving there’s life left...
By Maximum PC on June 08, 2011
We’re not living so close to the cutting edge here at Maximum PC that we can’t see the utility of a no-frills, budget portable that’s capable of performing all the common day-to-day computing tasks. Whether it serves as a secondary...
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