If you’re looking out for a thin and light laptop in the US, then you might want to consider the HP Pavilion dm1z which was just released, boasting an AMD chipset within – something that is not too common these days with the popularity of Intel’s processors and chipsets that have virtually taken up most of the market share. Apart from the 1.7GHz AMD Athon II Neo K125 processor in the base model, other features include an 11.6″ display at 1,366 x 768 resolution, several dual core upgrade options, ATI Radeon 4225 graphics, up to 5GB DDR3 RAM, up to a 500GB hard drive with a 128GB SSD option. Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit is the standard operating system, but you can always fork out more to harness the power of Windows 7 Professional. Depending on the configuration of your choice, the base model will begin from $449.99 upwards.
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