Verizon set to release world's first 4G LTE notebook: the HP Pavilion dm1
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Verizon wireless said recently in an official announcement that it will be releasing two devices powered by 4G LTE on July 28th. There will be the HP Pavilion dm1-3010nr netbook and a popular Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1”.
The HP notebook was revealed during CES this year. There are this 11.6” HP Brightview LED display with a brilliant 1366 x 768 pixels worth of resolution, a 1.60 GHz AMD Dual-Core Processor (E-350) underneath, 2GB DDR3 RAM and a 320GB hard drive with HP ProtectSmart hard drive protection technology. There is the usual Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n, VGA webcam, SD card slot and a total of 3.52 lbs (approx. 1.59kg) of weight in the whole device.
You can get the dm1 on verizonwireless.com Thursday onwards for %599.99. You’ll have two 4G data bundle options - $50 for 5GB a month or $80 for 10GB a month, which looks pretty less if you are like me.
Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1
We already know enough about the 10” sensation from Samsung. You will get both the 16GB and 32GB variants with pricing starting at $529.99 and going up to $629.99.