HP Announces The Pavilion dm4x
HP has announced today that it will introduce a new lineup to the currently existing Pavilion. The new model is called the dm4x and is equipped with Intel’s latest Sandy Bridge processor and Turbo Boost Technology. The Pavilion dm4x is equipped with a 14-inch screen and comes packed with Windows 7 Home Premium or Professional. Users will get to choose between three Intel Core i5 and one Core i7 processors.
There will also be a choice of 4GB, 6GB, or 8GB of RAM and a 1GB Radeon HD 6470M graphics card with a choice of storage ranging from 500GB to 750GB. Other options include the ability to install both a six and nine cell battery, along with a DVD-RW drive, webcam, Wi-Fi and a Bluetooth option.
The gorgeous laptop will carry 3 USB ports, 1 HDMI port, and 1 VGA port. The HP Pavilion dm4x can be purchased at the moment for $730 for the base model and up to $1078.98 for HP’s recommended system. I always jokingly ask myself how can a company not recommend one of its own computers (such as a base model), and I haven’t yet found the answer to that question. Let me know in the comments if you’ve got a good answer!