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HP Pavilion dm1z: AMD’s Fusion Processor Offers a Lot of Bang for the Buck

At a Glance

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  • HP Pavilion dm1z
    3/5

    Viewed as an ultraportable laptop, the Pavilion dm1z is mediocre though inexpensive; but as a netbook, it's fantastic and avoids the usual netbook compromises.

At a Glance

Viewed as an ultraportable laptop, the Pavilion dm1z is mediocre though inexpensive; but as a netbook, it's fantastic and avoids the usual netbook compromises.

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Pros

  • Decent battery life
  • Great performance and features for the money

Cons

  • Mediocre touchpad
  • Flimsy ethernet jack cover
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