Friday, April 1, 2011

HP Pavilion DM3 specs and review Part One

HP launches the Pavilion dm3 a consumer subnotebook on the market that will score with its multimedia functionality and its switchable graphics. Whether the Pavilion dm3 actually creates, as promised "light-weight design and bring" heavy-weight "performance combined with model-dependent up to 10 hours of HP Pavilion DM4 battery life under one roof .


HP Pavilion DM3 Specs : Dimensions : 326 x 230 x 32mm (WDH) Weight : 1.900kg Processor : AMD Athlon Neo X2 L335 RAM capacity : 4.00GB Screen size : 13.3in Resolution : 1366 x 768 Graphics chipset : ATI Radeon HD 3200 Operating System: Windows 7 Home Premium Ports: 4x USB 2,0, 5-in-1 Card reader, HDMI Hard disk usable capacity : 298GB HP pavilion dv6 battery capacity : 5,000mAh

The outer shell has missed the HP Pavilion dm3 an ultra-slim housing of only 326 millimeters wide, 230 millimeters in depth and a maximum height of 31.8 millimeters, which weighs only 2 pounds,. This increases the height of front (24.8 mm) slowly backwards so that one for typing comfortable, lightweight skew results.

HP Pavilion dm3 equipped with all the interfaces that you expect from a reasonable entertainer. In addition to the analog VGA connector on a monitor or projector, which dm3 also has a HDMI port for digital image and sound transmission. Assisted with the built-in 5-in-1 card reader that accepts SD, MMC, MS, MS Pro, XD cards, you can write many popular card formats and hopefully discover that their own digital camera. Particularly noteworthy is the fact that in the small 13.3-inch four USB 2.0 ports. But one must do with an internal optical drive. hp 520 battery has made provisions and provides an external USB drive, which however has only a very short, fixed cable .

Tested Pavilion dm3 Network access allows Wired wirelessly via Realtek RTL8139/810x Fast Ethernet Adapter (that used in HP pavilion zd8000 battery), the other via Atheros AR9285 802.11b / g WiFi adapter via. Bluetooth not on the menu on test model. An integrated broadband modem (UMTS) is currently provided for a model. UMTS could however upgrade via USB modem, and often neglected two USB ports are occupied. With the HP Webcam with Integrated Digital Microphone, video telephony should definitely be no problem.

Our Pavilion dm3 test device is based on an AMD M780 chipset and AMD Athlon X2 Neo L335 Dual-Core processor with 1600 MHz clock speed equipped. These are produced in a 65-nanometer lithography dual-core processor with 256 kilobytes twice Level 2 cache and a power dissipation (Thermal Design Power) of 18 watts. The M780 chipset supports up to 8 GB of RAM. Its technology allows ATI PowerXpress between the integrated graphics chip, an ATI Radeon HD3200 switch and an external graphics card. Our test unit makes use of this facility and also has an ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4330 on board.

Unfortunately, the HP G62 battery processor speed when in battery mode decreases slightly. In Cinebench multi-rendering test, for example by 6%. The cause can be specified in battery mode varying clock speeds, the clock rate, but also in operation with very little load time and again reduced to about 800MHz.

HP pavilion dv8000 battery screen is a AUO102C with LED-backlit by the Taiwanese manufacturer AU Optronics Corporation. The 13.3-inch BrightView widescreen display, ie with a reflective surface, provides a cinema-friendly 1366x768 pixel resolution in 16:9 format.

Maximum brightness is 201 cd / m², as measured in the left upper segment and falls off gradually to the right and down, so that we can hold the minimum brightness of 176.8 cd / m² for the lower right corner. This is still a pretty good coverage of almost 88%. With the relatively high black value of 1.16 cd / m² and in the central segment measured maximum brightness of 197 cd / m², calculated a sufficient contrast ratio of 1:170. Subjectively, the colors are quite good. Similarly, one can see with the naked eye, no irregularities in the preparation of monochrome images.

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