HP introduces ultraportable PC

 

HP announced the launch of the updated HP Pavilion dm1, a
consumer notebook PC featuring a gloss finish or HP Soft-touch Imprint design,
Beats Audio and HP Premier Experience an exclusive set of innovations designed
to improve on the Microsoft Windows experience.

 

The affordable HP Pavilion dm1 is the ultimate
ultraportable PC, blending performance and mobility in a stylish package, and
offering a battery life of up to 11.5 hours.

 

Building upon HP’s MUSE design philosophy, the dm1 is the
first notebook to feature HP Soft-touch Imprint technology, a unique printing
process that creates a soft-to-the-touch surface by inlaying graphics into a
rubber skin that covers the notebook exterior.

 

The dm1 will be available in either a traditional
charcoal gloss finish or a soft-touch ash black finish with a stylized pattern.
The ash black design features a velvety finish that not only provides a tactile
experience, but also collects fewer fingerprints compared to gloss surfaces.

 

With the addition of HP Beats Audio, a unique,
high-performance technology developed by HP and Beats
by Dr. Dre, the Pavilion dm1 offers high-quality entertainment for mobile
users.

 

The dm1 features an 11.6-inch high-definition (HD) LED
display, and the built-in HP TrueVision HD webcam captures high-quality images
even in low-light conditions.

 

The compact machine has a range of storage options and
also packs power with the latest AMD E-Series Accelerated Processing Units or
Intel 2nd Generation Core processors. AMD models also include AMD Radeon HD
discrete-class graphics to enable crisper and more vivid video playback. Thin
and light, the dm1 measures less than 1-inch thick in front and weighs 3.52
pounds.

 

HP Premier Experience delivers a streamlined Windows
experience that makes HP Pavilion notebooks cleaner, faster and more intuitive.

 

Part of the HP Premier Experience, HP Launch Box allows
applications to be better organized by grouping them for quick access on the
Windows 7 taskbar. A simple mouse-over and click launches an application
directly from the taskbar, freeing up screen real estate on the PC’s desktop.
Including the dm1, HP Launch Box is available on 70 percent of consumer
notebook models.

 

Additionally, a simplified, organized Windows Start Menu
allows users to find applications faster.

 

With HP Premier Experience, consumer notebooks have
quicker boot-up, shutdown, sleep and resume times, allowing users to access
their content quickly. The dm1 shows an approximate 29 and 25 percent
improvement on shutdown and resume times, respectively. Boot times and sleep
times also are improved.

 

HP Enterprise Services recently announced
expanded telecom offerings to help customers plan and execute transformation
strategies that lead to business growth.

 

HP expanded two portfolios that support communications
service providers (CSPs): HP Solutions Consulting Services (HP SCS) and HP
Operations Support Systems Transformation solutions for network and service
management.

 

By Telecomlead.com Team
[email protected]

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