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HP Pavilion dm1-1030eo Entertainment Notebook PC

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A notebook, also known as laptop, is a portable computer. When you are looking for the right notebook, it is important to know where you are going to work with it. Do you want to use it on the road? Choose a model with a special energy-saving \'mobile\' processor, a good battery and a reasonably small display. This will allow you to work longer with the same battery and saves you the trouble of carrying around a large display that consumes a lot of precious battery power. Or will you be using you notebook mainly in places where you will have access to a power outlet? Then choose a desktop processor (more processing power for less money) and an ordinary battery. This will save you a lot of money, which you could then spend on a bigger screen. You\'ll work faster because you can view more information at once and it\'s great for multimedia!
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Reviews
Updated:
2015-03-01
Testseek has collected 105 expert reviews for HP Pavilion dm1-1030eo Entertainment Notebook PC and the average expert rating is 78 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
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gadgetspeak.com
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2015-03-01
During my visit to the Gadget Show in Birmingham last April I saw one of these on the HP stand. There and then I requested to review this cross between a Netbook and a Notebook that has an extra front end feature to use...
92%
theregister.co.uk
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2015-03-01
Now that everyone and their dog has or wants a smartphone or tablet, the recent drop in netbook sales can hardly be a surprise. Yet does this mean there is no space for a small, cheap laptop? Of course not and HP’s recently refreshed Pavilion dm1 is a...
Bottom line By avoiding Intel’s puny Atom CPUs and wretched built-in graphics and a nasty little 1024 x 600 10.1in screen, the HP Pavilion dm1 offers a useful alternative to a chic but limited tablet or a farcically expensive Ultrabook. For £350 you get cracking...
85%
pcadvisor.co.uk
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2015-03-01
Note that the model we tested, the HP Pavilion dm1-3200sa, no longer seems to be available in the UK. Similarly specified laptops are the HP Pavilion dm1-4175sa or the HP Pavilion dm1-4004sa, also sold for around £350, which both have a 1.65GHz AMD pro...
Bottom line The HP Pavilion dm1 is an excellent choice for a portable laptop. For its sub-£350 price tag you get decent performance, a good range of ports and a long battery life. The HP Pavilion dm1 doesn't look too bad either but could benefit from better build...
80%
apcmag.com
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2015-03-01
The HP Pavilion dm1-4015tu is the latest in HP’s dm1 series, and this dark grey ultraportable still weighs only 1.57kg. Although entirely plastic, the 4015tu is surprisingly sturdy. The main body had only a small amount of flex around the palm rests...
80%
expertreviews.co.uk
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2015-03-01
HP is yet to launch a true ultrabook, but that doesn’t mean you can’t find a thin-and-light machine with an HP badge on it. If you’re looking to save a little cash, the DM1 could be just what you’re looking for. As it’s powered by an AMD Fusion process...
Bottom line A great ultra-portable for anyone who doesn’t have the cash for an ultrabook...
80%
apcmag.com
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2015-03-01
There’s a clear line between notebooks and netbooks when talking about Intel processors. Notebooks use a full-power chip, like a Core i3 or Pentium processor, and netbooks use Atom processors. Since the introduction of the AMD Brazos platform and Fus...
80%
digitalversus.com
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2015-03-01
The screen The HP Pavilion dm1-1110ef is a version of the HP Pavilion dm1-1010ef that we’ve tested. It’s the same configuration, with the exception of the hard drive that’s 250 GB instead of 320 GB. This one is however faster at 7200 rpm, quite an imp...
Good Pluses, Battery life: almost 5 hours!, Dual core CPU, HDMI out and HD video, Slim, light and wellfinished, Comfortable keyboard...
Bad Minuses, Glossy poor quality screen, Too much gloss, Disappointing touchpad, Builtin graphics card not adapted to gaming...
80%
pcadvisor.co.uk
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2015-03-01
Product Code: VR599EA#ABU The HP Pavilion dm1 is a stylish thin and light, 11.6in ultraportable laptops with a slightly larger form factor than most regular 10in netbooks. It comes with a low voltage processor, but the HP Pavilion dm1 offers better...
Bottom line The HP Pavilion dm1 outperforms any other netbook we've reviewed. It is slim, stylish, and easy to carry around - given its 12in form factor. It does have a clunky touchpad, though - so try it out before buying. We recommend the Pavilion dm1 to anyone...
80%
digitalversus.com
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2015-03-01
The screen Although matte panels are starting to reappear on Compaq and HP products, the Pavilion dm1 has a glossy screen. Shame, as it doesn’t hide the poor black levels enough and reflections are particularly problematic. As on all current laptops...
Good Battery life: 4H58, Dual core CPU, HDMI out and HD video, Slim, light and wellfinished, Comfortable keyboard...
Bad Glossy poor quality screen, Too much gloss, Disappointing touchpad, Builtin graphics card not adapted to gaming...
80%
techradar.com
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2015-03-01
The HP Pavilion dm1-4027ea comes at an interesting time for portable PC laptops. Traditional laptops have had a turbulent ride of late, with a number of threats appearing to erode their market. The first threat - netbooks - has been seen off pretty com...
Good Light and small, Attractive, Great speakers, Good media playback, Nice screen...
Bad Sluggish performance, Short battery life, No optical drive, Poor benchmark results...
Bottom line The HP Pavilion dm1-4027ea comes at an interesting time for portable PC laptops. Traditional laptops have had a turbulent ride of late, with a number of threats appearing to erode their market. The first threat - netbooks - has been seen off pretty com...
70%
techradar.com/au/
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2015-03-01
The HP Pavilion dm1-4027ea comes at an interesting time for portable PC laptops. Traditional laptops have had a turbulent ride of late, with a number of threats appearing to erode their market.The first threat - netbooks - has been seen off pretty compreh...
Good Light and small, Attractive, Great speakers, Good media playback, Nice screen...
Bad Sluggish performance, Short battery life, No optical drive, Poor benchmark results...
Bottom line The HP Pavilion dm1-4027ea is a strange beast of a laptop indeed. On the one hand it can feel rather lacklustre and underpowered when doing unexceptional tasks. Windows 7 Home Premium can feel sluggish at times, and with a number of windows left open on t...
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techradar.com
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2015-03-01
For many people searching for their perfect laptop, portability is a key factor. If you need something to entertain or keep you productive on the daily commute, you'll want a machine that's slim, light and has a great battery life. The HP Pavilion dm1-...
Good Bright, flexible screen, 802.11n wireless networking support, Decent storage, Excellent keyboard...
Bad Troublesome touchpad, HD video doesn't work, Attractive design, Solid chassis...
Bottom line Aside from the ropey touchpad, the HP Pavilion dm1-3100sa is a great ultra-portable laptop. At £349, it offers superb value for money, if you don't need bags of power for resource-hungry tasks such as video editing. The screen is particularly impressiv...
70%
goodgearguide.com.au
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2015-03-01
HP's Pavilion dm1 (dm1-3010AU) is an 11.6in, 1.5kg netbook that runs AMD's Fusion platform. It's not a typical netbook though, and not quite a full-blown laptop either — it offers better CPU and graphics performance than an Intel Atom-based netbook, a...
Good Nice design Excellent battery life Comfortable keyboard...
Bad Noisy fan Awkward touchpad buttons Our test model had a busted Windows key...
Bottom line HP's Pavilion dm1 has good graphics performance and battery life for a netbook, thanks to AMD's Fusion APU. It's a well designed unit with good looks and we found it very comfortable to use. However, it does have a loud fan and one of the keys on our t...
70%
trustedreviews.com
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2015-03-01
Straddling the line between laptop and netbook, budget ultraportables like the Lenovo X121e are a great option if you're looking for something that does the basics and does them well. Unlike actual netbooks, little budget laptops like this can handle HD v...
Good Functional design and decent usability, Screen is great when viewed from correct angle, Above average battery life, Affordable...
Bad Screen has poor viewing angles, Cheaplooking design...
Bottom line HP's dm1-3200sa is a decent enough ultraportable or high-end netbook let down by its somewhat discordant design and screen's poor viewing angles. At its current price point of around £375, it's worth spending a little more to get far superior alternatives...
60%
pcworld.co.nz
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2015-03-01
HP has been on a winning streak for the last couple of years, with the company’s laptops taking several of our coveted PC World Platinum awards. That made it all the more disappointing that the Pavilion dm1 is the poorest performer in our 2011 ultrapor...
60%
expertreviews.co.uk
Updated:
2015-03-01
It order to keep the cost and size of its Pavilion dm1-3100sa laptop to a minimum, HP has opted to fit it with a dual-core 1.6GHz AMD E-350 platform. In terms of performance, this processor is similar to Intel's Atom range. For this dm1-3100sa, HP wan...
Bottom line It may look like a very smart netbook, but the dm1 is twice as fast and has good speakers; however its dim screen lets it down, and the atrocious touchpad means it misses out on an award...
60%
digitalversus.com
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2015-03-01
The Pavilion dm1-2010sf has a glossy 11.6-inch panel which doesn't hide the low black level. What's more, reflections are particularly problematic here. As on all current laptops, it uses TN technology. Reduced viewing angles, then, with colours that d...
Good Comfortable keyboard, Panel for access to RAM, hard drive and the Wifi card, HDReady screen (1366 x 768)...
Bad Glossy poor quality screen, Single core CPU, Poor webcam...
Bottom line In terms of performance, HP would have been better advised to leave the dm1-2010sf in the netbook category rather than with the ultra-portables. It will handle internet browsing and office doc work ok, but for anything more you'll need a more robust co...
60%
zdnet.co.uk
Updated:
2015-03-01
I have had a dm1-3105ez for some time now, and if it weren't for the cursed Synaptic "ClickPad" it would have been my favorite system, by quite some margin. But using the ClickPad is so awful, even when...
0%
zdnet.co.uk
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2015-03-01
So, the bottom line is that this is a potentially very nice system. If you are up to the task of compiling the WiFi driver, and you are willing to use openSuSE so that the ClickPad works properly, then go for it. If you want to whine about Linux and driver compatibility, well, just shut up and buy somet...
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tlbhd.com
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2015-03-01
With netbooks built on Atom boosting limited performances, a bunch of manufacturers embraced AMD's new Fusion/Brazos platform for mobile computers , promising solid performances, energy efficiency and an affordable price tag. S till, there was n...
Bottom line With netbooks built on Atom boosting limited performances, a bunch of manufacturers embraced AMD's new Fusion/Brazos platform for mobile computers , promising solid performances, energy efficiency and an affordable price tag. S till, there was n...
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techsmart.co.za
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2015-03-01
Netbooks aren’t for everyone. The small screen size can be frustrating while the even smaller keyboard can drive you nuts, not to mention the lack of processing power. HP’s Pavilion dm1 sits comfortably in size between a notebook and netbook. Officiall...
Bottom line If you can't quite live with a netbook due to a small keyboard and restrictive processing power, but still want something extremely portable, the HP Pavilion dm1 needs some serious looking into. With a close to full size keyboard, an HDMI connection, g...
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