HP Pavilion DM3-1112SA 13.3-inch Notebook (Windows 7 Home Premium, AMD Athlon Neo X2 L335 Processor, 2 GB RAM, 250 GB HDD, Bluetooth, 6 Cell Battery) £334.99 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Product Features and Technical Details
Product Features
AMD Athlon Neo X2 (Dual Core) (L335) 1.6GHz Proc
3072MB DDR2 Memory
320GB 7200rpm SATA Hard Drive
13.3 inch 1366 x 768 Display
Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium (64-bit) Operat
Ultra-mobile, lightweight laptop
13.3-inch HD widescreen display and HDMI port
250 GB hard drive, 2 GB DDR2 memory, up to 5.5 hours battery life
5-in-1 memory card reader, webcam with integrated digital microphone
Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium
Technical Details

Operating system: Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium (64-bit)
Processor: AMD Athlon Neo X2 Dual-Core Processor for Ultrathin Notebooks L335, 1.6 GHz, Level 2 cache 512 KB, AMD M780G
Memory: 2 GB DDR2 (1 x 2048 MB), 2 user accessible memory slots, supports up to 8 GB DDR2 memory
Storage: 250 GB SATA Hard Disk Drive (7200 rpm), up to 12 GB partition for system recovery
5-in-1 memory card reader (Secure Digital, MultiMedia, xD Picture, Memory Stick, Memory Stick Pro)
Communication: Integrated 10/100BASE-T Ethernet LAN, 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth wireless networking
HP Webcam with Integrated Digital Microphone, VGA low-light
Display: 33.7 cm (13.3-inch) diagonal High Definition HP LED BrightView display, 1366 x 768 resolution
Video: ATI Radeon HD 3200 Graphics, up to 958 MB total available graphics memory
Sound: Altec Lansing speakers, SRS Premium Sound
Ports: 4 USB 2.0, 1 HDMI connector, 1 VGA port, 1 RJ45 ethernet connector, 1 headphone-out, 1 mic-in, extended battery connector
Full size island-style keyboard, Touch Pad supporting multi-touch gestures, with On/Off button and dedicated vertical Scroll Up/Down pad
Recovery partition (including possibility to recover system, applications and drivers separately), optional re-allocation of recovery partition, recovery CD/DVD creation tool
Software: HP MediaSmart Suite (Music, Video, DVD, Photo), Windows Photo Gallery, Windows Media Player, Windows Movie Maker, Windows DVD Maker, Cyberlink DVDSuite, EasyBits Magic Desktop, HP Games Console (with hours of free game play), Microsoft Works and Microsoft Office Home and Student 2007 (60-Day Trial Version), Microsoft Internet Explorer, Windows Mail, Windows Media Center HP QuickWeb, HP Setup, HP Advisor, HP Support Assistant, HP ProtectSmart, Symantec Norton Internet Security 2009 (60 days live update)
Power: 65 W AC power adapter, 6-cell Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion) battery
Weight: Out of package: 1.91 kg, Packed: 4.17 kg
Dimensions: Out of package: 326 mm (L) x 230 mm (W) x 24.8 mm (min H) / 31.8 mm (max H), Packed: 455 x 260 x 110 mm
Warranty: 1 year, pick-up and return, parts and labour (You can expand the warranty coverage of your product up to 3 years)
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#1
Love it.
#2
Very good price. I'm typing this on the model above, and it's top!

Chris
#3
Is this comparable to a netbook as im after a netbook primarily?
#4
This is the worst laptop I have ever owned.

Bad Points:
Slow CPU, Overheats, Bad Build Quality, Unresponsive Touchpad, Battery Lasts 2 Hours Max (not 6), No CD/DVD Drive

Good Points:
Brushed Aluminium Body, 13.3" LED Backlit Screen, HDMI port
#5
The cpu is perfectly adequate for the majority of users, windows 7 runs fine and you can happily run lots of applications at the same time

The only issue I have with build quality is the silver trim. Apart from that the laptop has a real premium feel to it. I've had numerous comments from people about what a superb looking laptop it is.

The touchpad issue has been blown out of all proportions. Yes, the left/right buttons require too much pressure to click but I have no issues with the actual pad itself and even if there were any issues the excellent keyboard more than makes up for it.

Battery will quite happily last 4/5 hours unless of course you have screen set to full brightness.

I'd agree about the overheating. The fan isn't particularly loud, however is does start up fairly regularly. The body either side of the touchpad can also heat up as the hd drive and cpu are located here.

It's great value for money though for a stylish laptop. In terms of looks it's up there with the macbooks and is a great alternative. 8)

Edit:
Forgot to mention that I tripped over the power lead last week, causing the laptop to fall off of my desk onto the carpet. Was expecting it to be a goner but it started up fine and haven't had a problem since, so build quality can't be that bad. ;)




Edited By: nicks99 on Sep 22, 2010 01:00: sp
#6
nicks99
It's great value for money though for a stylish laptop. In terms of looks it's up there with the macbook's and is great alternative.


Please do not ever compare this to a MacBook :)

The MacBook is in a league of it's own.
#7
I'll compare it to what I like thanks. ;)

The brushed aluminium always gets a positive comment from people. Often this is followed by the laptop being stroked and an 'ooh' or 'shiny'. Sometimes I sit out in the street whilst working just to enjoy the adulation of passers-by.

Edited By: nicks99 on Sep 22, 2010 01:02: sp
#8
it is definitely a sweet looking machine X)
ive got the more powerful version but the basic hardware is all quite similar
the isolated keyboard is an absolute joy to type with
its small enough to be decently portable, yet powerful enough to run all the tasks you expect from a bigger laptop
i would have to agree that the track pad isnt great but i just purchased an optical mouse which should fix that
at this price you cant go wrong
#9
nicks99
I'll compare it to what I like thanks. ;)

The brushed aluminium always gets a positive comment from people. Often this is followed by the laptop being stroked and an 'ooh' or 'shiny'. Sometimes I sit out in the street whilst working just to enjoy the adulation of passers-by.


It does look good BUT the build quality is shocking. The silver edge is made out of cheap plastic and the chrome paint comes off and it does not fit flush.

The touchpad is unusable, I don't know how you can cope with it :). Even with the drivers updated it is still bad. It's definitely a hardware issue.

The battery does not last 4/5 hours even on half brightness whilst using it to browse the net. 4/5 hours seems like stand by time.

The bottom of the laptop gets extremely hot especially the AMD CPU.

Overall I've had bad experiences with this laptop.
#10
I'd disagree about the battery, but if long battery is an issue the asus ul30a (which incidentally also has no optical drive) would be a better option.

I've heard that people with sweaty fingers have problems with the HP touchpad. I don't suffer from this, and so find it perfectly usable, although agree that it is a weak point of the laptop.
#11
Would not pay 2 pence for a Pc with a AMD Proc
#12
dairyman
Would not pay 2 pence for a Pc with a AMD Proc

Any danger of informing us as to the logical rationale for making that statement? If you can, it may help others in making a purchasing decision.
#13
dairyman
Would not pay 2 pence for a Pc with a AMD Proc


That's based on logic then, well done.
#14
The MacBook is in a league of it's own.


Price range of its own, surely? :P
#15
mirror shine on a touchpad is horrendous thats why I bought one of them touchpad protector to make it matte works wonders.
A great laptop a bit hot if you don't have enough vents around it.
This AMD cpu is equivalent to intels low voltage range SUXXXX.
#16
tiggsy_mcfiggle
The MacBook is in a league of it's own.


Price range of its own, surely? :P


Indeed, but they are worth it.
#17
pc_tech86
tiggsy_mcfiggle
The MacBook is in a league of it's own.
Price range of its own, surely? :P
Indeed, but they are worth it.

Worth every penny! Shame this laptop doesnt have a Cd/DVD drive.
#18
I have a similar spec acer ferrari one, only diff is the slightly slower CPU (315) and 11.4" screen.

CPU is fine, battery life approx 3.5-4 hrs heavy use. Downside is it gets hot. However, its far snappier than the dual core atom, and better than the single core ULV cpus.

This is a decent alternative imo

https://www.saveonlaptops.co.uk/Acer_Aspire_Timeline_4810T_638750.html

- has dvd drive, 8 hr battery, and slightly bigger (14") screen




Edited By: jaydeeuk1 on Sep 22, 2010 12:26: edit
#20
Also, the full spec shows 320Gb HDD while the overview shows 250Gb (although not sure if the other 12gig recovery accounts for the additional)

Edited By: bridgetbodgit on Sep 22, 2010 15:30: update
1 Like #21
This CPU

get this instead
Same price , 9 hour battery 3GB ram . wireless B/G/N, 2 Years Warranty, better looking
Intel SU2300 benchmark
#22
I_SHOULD_COCO
This CPU

get this instead
Same price , 9 hour battery 3GB ram . wireless B/G/N, 2 Years Warranty, better looking
Intel SU2300 benchmark


I agree, the UL30 is a lot better than this DM3. Asus build quality is good.
#23
Yep, I bought the HP, then cancelled my order. But still looking around - what can I say, it's the thrill of the chase for me.
#24
yeah had this and got my money back because it kept overheating..
#25
Does a Dual Core CPU L335a MSI HAVE A CD/DVD Driver??

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