HP Pavilion dm1z 11.6-inch netbook equipped with AMD APU Zacate E-350 with integrated graphics Radeon HD 6310 DirectX11 compatible graphics libraries. The APU produced by AMD is a low-power chips, however, able to play movies at 1080p, Blu-ray video and Flash content. In addition to this, E-350 Zacate can also support various recreational licenses provided they are not particularly demanding, keeping fuel consumption to the benefit of the autonomy of the laptop.
At first glance, HP Pavilion dm1z seems to be an Mini 210 larger although not much bigger than a 10 inch. The advantage derives from a larger keyboard and a larger screen. The pack seems pretty organized and designed to protect the ultraportable during transport. Among the other components visible during unpacking, we see a lithium-ion battery of 55 Wh, a power cable and manuals varies.
From the video, you can be aware of the arrangement of various ports and interfaces. The power, USB, HDMI video output and the hole Kensington are located on the left of the device as well as a grid of ventilation that helps to control the temperature. On the right, however, identify the other two USB ports, VGA video output, the port Ethernet network adapter, connectors, audio and multi-format card reader.
On a door on the bottom the device, you can have easy access to RAM and the hard drives for any replacements or upgrades. Later there is also a SIM card slot that allows you to make 3G connections. Convincing the keyboard, which has keys large enough to be used without too much difficulty, and the touchpad that provides a good tactile feedback. Finally, the frame of the display you can see the objective of the integrated webcam. Once you start, HP Pavilion dm1z shows a Windows Index equal to 3.8, a rather interesting result for this class of product.