HP Pavilion dm1z brings Fusion power to the masses

by Rafael Hernandez on May 1, 2011 · 0 comments

AMD’s Fusion program has put together an interesting mix of CPU and GPU performance which is a perfect match for a notebook so it’s great to see models finally making their to market with the chips. The HP Pavilion dm1z isn’t meant to provide the greatest performance boosts known to man but its AMD E-350 Zacate processor, 3GB of memory, and 11.6″ display make it extra portable and offers up a great amount of battery life. To top it all off the integrated graphics are more than capable of handling your multimedia playback needs while offering the option of some lite gaming if the need arises. Consider it a netbook on a slight steroidal program.

HP Pavilion dm1z Fusion Ultralight Notebook Review @ Hot Hardware

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