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HP has started taking orders for its new 11.6 inch laptop with an AMD Zacate chip. The base model of the HP Pavilion dm1z is selling for $449.99 and packs a 1.6GHz dual core AMD E-350 processor with Radeon HD 6310 graphics, 3GB of DDR3 memory, a 320GB, 7200RPM hard drive, an 11.6 inch 1366 x 768 pixel display, a 6 cell battery, and 802.11b/g/n WiFi. The laptop comes with Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit.

Upgrade options include Windows 7 Professional, 4GB or 8GB of RAM, up to 750GB of hard drive space or a 128GB SSD, and a spare battery. Clearly those options will drive up the price. A fully pimped out dm1z can easily run you well over $1000.

via Netbook News

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5 replies on “HP Pavilion dm1z with AMD Zacate now up for order”

  1. @ Dick Cheese – you really do live up to your namesake. FYI the ultra low power version of the Zacate chip – the C-50 Ontario is named after AMD’s CANADIAN lab in Markham, Ontario, CANADA. ATI, the graphics chip company that AMD bought out and have since integrated into the Fusion APUs was a CANADIAN company. Most large tech companies such as Microsoft, Electronic Arts, Rockstar Games, Cisco, IBM etc have R&D campuses in Canada. RIM/Blackberry, also Canadian. So ya, I think there are computers in Canada…

  2. Now that AMD has proved that it can make powerful chips that are equally power efficient,they are definitely going to make a huge dent in Intel’s market share. I am more interested in seeing what Intel is going to do to retain its dominance in the thin and light space

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