HP’s latest business notebook, the HP 3105m, is ready and raring to go. What we like most about this would be the relatively affordable price tag – after all, we are talking about $449 here, which clearly places it in netbook territory and yet offers performance levels that is a class above. The HP 3105m will be an 11.6 inch business notebook, sporting an AMD E-350 dual core processor and Radeon HD 6310 graphics chipset. If you are a huge fan of memorizing specifications in hardware, then this could very well double up as the HP Pavilion dm1z, albeit in a business notebook form factor and sold via HP’s business division.
A recently discovered specifications sheet revealed the price for the HP 3105m, which clearly states it as starting from $449 upwards. HP did run a soft launch of this model without much fanfare, where the main difference between the HP 3105m and the Pavilion dm1z would be the former comes with Windows 7 Professional as well as a number of other upgrade options.
The base specifications don’t amount to much, but then again what do you expect from so little money dropped upfront? We are looking at 2GB RAM, a 320GB hard drive, Windows 7 Home Premium and a 55Whr battery. Of course, you can always opt for better hardware like 8GB RAM and a host of wireless configurations, but that will cost you more.
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