HP Unveils New ProBook 5310m And Pavilion Dm3

Posted: Sep 15 2009, 5:55am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 4:16pm CDT, in News | Notebooks and PCs

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HP has unveiled several new notebooks today among them is the new HP ProBook 5310m and HP Pavilion dm3. The 5310m is claimed to be the world's thinnest full-performance notebook at only 0.9-inch thick and weighing in at 3.7 pounds. The machine has a 13.3-inch screen with LED backlighting. The chassis of the machine is made from magnesium and it has black anodized aluminum housing.

The notebook runs an Intel ULV processor and has an optional 6-cell battery, while the stock battery promises seven hours of run time. The machine also has a QuickWeb feature that allows the user to get online in as little as 20 seconds.

HP has also unveiled the Pavilion DM3 with the latest Core 2 duo or AMD processors available. The machines can also have graphics from NVIDIA or ATI inside. The machine is under an inch thick and weighs 4.2 pounds. The chassis is brushed aluminum and is an argento gray color. Options for the machine include WWAN and Blu-ray. The ProBook 5310M starts at $699 with a Celeron processor and is set to launch in the US on October 22nd. The dm3 will sell for $549 with AMD CPU or $649 with an Intel CPU and will ship on October 22nd.

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