HP DM3: 13.3" / Neo X2 L335 / 2 gb / 250gb HD / Windows 7. NOW £369.99 at Amazon - HotUKDeals
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* AMD Athlon Neo X2 (Dual Core) (L335) 1.6GHz Proc
* 2048MB DDR2 Memory
* 250GB 7200rpm SATA Hard Drive
* 13.3 inch 1366 x 768 Display
* Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium (64-bit) Operat

Does not include external DVD writer.
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#1
Good processor, as good as an old 1.8ghz core duo or 1.6 core 2 duo

comparing to the Intel ULV Core 2 Solo SU3500, this gets 876 and the solo gets 492 on passmark

Has got HDMI and a ATI Radeon HD 3200 which is a bit better than the GMA 4500MHD you get in loads of laptops
#2
Whoever voted this cold has not seen this laptop. The quality belies the price.

See the review & video of the higher spec version here.
#3
I've been looking out for 12 - 13 inch laptop since Christmas. I want a better processor than an Atom, and better graphics than Intel GMA 4500. I have given up waiting for the Asus ul30vt/jt and have finally gone for this instead. The graphics aren't in the same league, but neither are the prices...
Thanks.
#4
chrisward
I've been looking out for 12 - 13 inch laptop since Christmas. I want a better processor than an Atom, and better graphics than Intel GMA 4500. I have given up waiting for the Asus ul30vt/jt and have finally gone for this instead. The graphics aren't in the same league, but neither are the prices...
Thanks.

this laptop is perfect for what it is (a 13" laptop) you arn't going to be playing games on it really and the graphics will play any hd video you throw at it and the processor is a million time better than all the atoms, so you should eb very happy. i want a 13" laptop too, just dont realise why 11" laptops are so much cheaper at the moment!
#5
MIDURIX
this laptop is perfect for what it is (a 13" laptop) you arn't going to be playing games on it really and the graphics will play any hd video you throw at it and the processor is a million time better than all the atoms, so you should eb very happy. i want a 13" laptop too, just dont realise why 11" laptops are so much cheaper at the moment!



I think people dont like the small keyboard on the 11 inch lappys ...
#6
Decided to go for this. The reviews on the whole seem generally very good. To get a 13.3" laptop with great looks, build quality and HDMI for under £400 is a good deal. I'd imagine it will have a comparatively high resale value too. :thumbsup:
#7
This appears to qualify for HP's free Cloud offer.

Anyone had experience of signing up for this?
#8
good deal, would of gone this if it had better battery life and less heat, but you sacrifice that for more performance, its a really good looking machine, nearly all aluminium construction which is rare to find at this price.
#9
Called Amazon twice, even got them to send me an email confirming that it comes with the external drive. It doesn't. Should have known better, but still

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#10
[QUOTE=nicks99]Called Amazon twice, even got them to send me an email confirming that it comes with the external drive. It doesn't. Should have known better, but still

Thanks for your feedback. It is very frustrating that Amazon will not correct these errors when they are pointed out.
#11
Forget it.
#12
Didn't see this posted. Superb price imo.
#13
Just to update. Amazon offered a 10% discount or a full refund. I decided to take the discount as the laptop is a superb piece of kit for the money. For some reason they're still advertising it as coming with the external drive :roll:, so in effect anyone purchasing this now is likely to get it (after pointing out the error) for around £340. :thumbsup:
#14
Idris
good deal, would of gone this if it had better battery life and less heat, but you sacrifice that for more performance, its a really good looking machine, nearly all aluminium construction which is rare to find at this price.


Is this heat Issue with the Battery, as HP batterys tend to have more than there fair share of problems so I have found. :roll:
#15
CR_&_JR
Is this heat Issue with the Battery, as HP batterys tend to have more than there fair share of problems so I have found. :roll:


There is no heat issue really. The AMD processor runs hotter than Intel's CULV processors but with less heat than standard laptop processors. The battery is fine.

There is some fan noise if this is a concern for you.

And the price has reduced by £10!
#16
There definitely is some heat issues with this (i did some research and a lot of owners reporting the same thing although probably not all products suffer from it but hp do have some history with overheating), by that i dont mean it dies from heat although it can in the long run, but just it runs hot, mainly on the left side, which i would assume is probably where the cpu and gpu are located and the aluminum body perhaps conducts heat more, dont think its the battery though, my hp 311 also gets hot on the left side when running on mains for long (fan noise is annoying too), probably just a poor thermal design, asus seem to be best when it comes to thermal design, low heat and low noise, but this is a steal if you can get it for £340:thumbsup:

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