HP's Pavillion dm4x notebook now on sale
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The extremely successful Envy 14 has yet to receive a Sandy Bridge update, but another 14-inch HP notebook has been outfitted with the 2nd generation Intel processor. HP’s dm4x Pavilion notebook is the latest to join the Sandy Bridge fray and can now be purchased from HP’s site.
The 14” notebook starts things off with a Core i5-2410M Intel processor in the base configuration but can be upgraded all the way up to a Core i7-2620M Sandy Bridge processor. Otherwise, the dm4x comes with a 1GB AMD Radeon HD 6470M GPU, a 14” screen with a 1366x768 resolution, 6GB of RAM and a 640GB HDD. The included 6-cell battery provides up to 8 hours of life and the notebook comes with the usual array of options including VGA, HDMI, a webcam and Windows 7 Home Premium.
Furthermore, if you’re in the mood for spicing up your next HP laptop, then an extra $25 will outfit your new dm4x with a “dark umber” color instead of the standard “steel grey” paintjob. And while it might not be the Envy 14 refresh we’ve been waiting for, the dm4x’s $729 base price tag is still within the range of reason. Interested parties can head here and check out the notebook for themselves.