HP Brings In the Pavilion dm4-3000 14-inch Notebook
HP recently introduced to the public a new 14-inch notebook in their Pavilion line. The model is called the Pavilion dm4-3000, and it will soon go on sale in Japan.
Weighing only about 1.97 kilograms, and measuring less than an inch from the front, the HP Pavilion dm4-3000 promises to be light but packed with great features. Among its key features are its Windows 7 Home Premium Operating System, an Intel Core i5-2450M processor, and RAM of 4 GB 1333 MHz DDR3. The Pavilion dm4-3000 also has a hard disk drive of 750 GB SATA at 5400 rpm and graphics powered by AMD Radeon HD 7470M (1 GB GDDR5 dedicated).
It also has two user-accessible memory slots, and a SuperMulti DVDR/RW with Double Layer Support optical drive. Its screen spans 14 inches and has HD BrightView LED-backlit Display. The pixel resolution is 1366 x 768. This laptop also carries useful ports such as a VGA, HDMI, USB 2.0 and 3.0, and RJ45. As well as it has a headphone-out and microphone combination jack and a Digital Media Card Reader for various formats.
The Pavilion dm4-3000 is equipped with a TrueVision HD Webcam with Skype support and Beats speakers. This notebook will sell for around $1,036 or 79,800 Yen.