HP Pavilion Dm3 Is Cool In More Ways Than One

Posted: Sep 1 2010, 8:32am CDT | by , in News | Notebooks and PCs

HP Pavilion dm3 is Cool In More Ways Than One
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HP has offered up a notebook that is cool literally and figuratively with some new features. The machine is the Pavilion dm3 and it uses HP CoolSense Technology that combines hardware with intelligent cooling software to keep the notebook feeling cool to the user and adjust the cooling levels as the demands increase.

The machine is made from advanced materials with metal alloys and soft touch paints. The heat extraction vents of the notebook are positioned to move heat away from the notebook components and the user.

The machine has a 13.3-inch screen and the island-style keyboard has optional backlighting. The machine is good for up to 7.5 hours per charge according to HP. The machine has a wide range of options for storage, processors, and RAM. Pricing for the dm3 starts at $549.

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