Along with the ProBook 5310m, HP also officially announced the Pavilion dm3 Slim (1-inch Thin) Notebook PC. The Pavilion dm3 which was leaked sometime last week and was posted in the article “HP’s first CULV, Core i7 notebooks leaked” boasts a 13.3-inch HD BrightView LED display and packs the power of either an Intel Core 2 Duo or a AMD Neo dual core processor.
When configured with the AMD Neo and ATI combination, the HP Pavilion dm3 offers PowerXpress, which provides performance graphics when plugged in and switches to shared graphics when unplugged for superb battery life.
There is also an option to choose between onboard Intel graphics, ATI or NVIDIA dedicated graphics cards. There is a 500GB hard drive, low-light VGA HP webcam and comes preloaded with HP MediaSmart software. The dm3 makes managing and enjoying digital music, Internet TV, videos, photos and other content fast and easy plus dedicated function keys allow for quick access to media controls.
The HP Pavilion dm3 starts at $549 with an AMD processor and $649 with an Intel processor and starts delivery on October 22nd.