HP Pavilion dm1-3010AU AMD Fusion netbook

HP Pavilion dm1-3010AU review: A good looking AMD Fusion netbook with excellent battery life

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  • Expert Rating

    3.50 / 5
  • User Rating

    3.00 / 5 (of 4 Reviews)
  • Price

    $ 699.00 (AUD)

User Reviews:

E

5.0

1

Pros
more powerful than a netbook, good size
Cons
could do with more ram
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I've been using this for a week now and I love the way it performs! It's small enough to carry around...but large enough to have a good-sized keyboard. Only issue I've had so far is that the model I got only came with 2GB ram...so I can't run a million programs at once =P

J

4.5

2

Pros
Graphics & GAMES
Cons
Screen hinges
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I'm s glad that the "Pro's" are so in tune with the hardware they review! NOT!! The HP dm1 does crysis (1+2) and every single game thrown at it. It plays them all smoothly and of course not every game can be run at high res. But I have seen high end gaming rigs not able to handle that. It is responsive,sleek,well made (See the hinge comment)Long battery life,well priced and superior to anything in it's class. I have 30 years Comp. Tech. Experience and own a string of comp. stores. Unlike the so called pro's,I actually have experience!

Shaun

0.0

3

Pros
screen size
Cons
poor quality of the screen
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In no apparent reason the screen cracks after using it for a month. It has not been dropped. There are no scratches or dents on the Netbook, in fact it looks like a new one just out of the box. Send it back to HP for repair but was told that it is not under warranty. It is classified under physical damage. Will cost $400 - $500 to fix. It is waste of money to buy a product that lasted a month.

dan

3.0

4

Pros
the PC
Cons
Price difference to the US
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i really hate HP.
this laptop is $450 in america and is $700 in aus.
bulls***.

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