HP makes new Pavilion dm4x laptop available

HP Pavilion dm4x laptop released

HP has just quietly slipped out a version of the Pavilion dm4 consumer laptop with an Intel 2011 Sandy Bridge processor update, AMD Radeon 6000M series mobile graphics and a new color for its casing.

The new HP Pavilion dm4x laptop now gives you a fresh selection of three Sandy Bridge Core i5 dual core processors from 2.3 GHz onwards up to the 2.7 GHz Core i7-2620M. You also get hard disk choices with a base capacity of 500 GB (5400 RPM) up to a fast and spacious 750 GB (7200 RPM speed) disk. Other than that, other specifications such as port selection, HD webcam and 14 inch 1366 x 768 LED backlit display from the original Pavilion dm4 remain.

Sadly, there is still no word of any backlit keyboard option (which I have a feeling might persuade some ‘MacBook Pro shoppers’ to pick the Pavilion series instead; I have more to elaborate on this matter at a later date).

Fortunately for the style conscious, there is anew ‘dark umber’ color option for the Pavilion dm4x, which is a fancy name for either metallic gold or beige, which brings your notebook to look ever-so-slightly closer, though not quite there yet, to the upscale black Envy 14 Beats Edition.

The HP Pavilion dm4x starts at $730 and is full configurable.

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  1. Mihir May 16, 2011 Reply

    Does this come with a TPM 1.2 module? How about Intel vPro?

  2. ntigidr July 7, 2011 Reply

    This laptop is a fraud done by hp. They stick a radeon sticker on hp dm4t and then sell it as dm4x. Their customer service will firstly not agree that dm4t and dm4x are different laptops. And never go by what they say since they never make a note of it and when you call the next time they see nothing.

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