HP Pavilion dm4 prefers style and substance

by Rafael Hernandez on August 20, 2010 · 0 comments

It’s getting difficult to wade through all of the notebook choices and finding that gem a machine when they’ve all got snazzy designs that make them appear top of the line but hide some underpowered hardware. The HP Pavilion dm4 manages to fit into a comfortable power envelope while keeping the weight off. The 14″ 1366×768 LCD screen is powered by a peppy ATI Radeon HD 5450 Mobility graphics chip, perfect for running those low-power gaming titles you enjoy so much, with switching capabilities to the integrated Intel GMA HD GPU for even longer battery life. Of course the system wouldn’t be complete without the moderately potent Intel Core i5 M430 processor which is more than capable of running your applications while on the road.

HP Pavilion dm4 Notebook Review @ t-break

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