HP Updates Their Pavilion dm3t Laptop With Calpella Chips

HP, the company who’s been creating bunch of quality laptop has just updated their existing Pavilion dm3t laptop with the new mobile platform from Intel which is known as the Calpella based on Nehalem microarchitecture. This update has enable HP Pavilion dm3t 13.3-inch laptop to get two new CPU options, which is the Core i3-330UM and 1.2GHz Pentium U5400 CPU.


Specification-wise, HP Pavilion dm3t laptop gets a LED-backlit LCD screen that support HD at 1366 x 768, 8GB of DDR3 RAM, 640GB HDD or exchange with 160GB SSD, WiFi b/g/n, card reader, Altec Lansing Speakers, gigabit ethernet, and 6-cell battery that can hold 7.5 hours of operation. Beside it has a better specs, HP also enhance the look a bit using a metal alloy shell. It looks pretty sleek and chic, with the metallic face and slim line design exposed to the user.

The Pavilion dm3t has the option where you can pre-loaded with Windows 7 Home Premium or Professional (both 64bit) and its starting price is $549.99 and above.

[via Engadget]

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