HP combines notebook features with netbook size with Pavilion dm1

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HP has brought a brand new notebook that promises to combine the performance of a standard notebook with the size and mobility of the netbook. Called the Pavilion dm1, it is less than 1-inch thick and features an 11.6-inch display.

It also features an AMD processor and the latest VISION technology that has DirectX 11 graphics processing unit within the main processor. It also has 10.75 hours of battery life, it will also feature 750GB of storage and speakers with Dolby Advanced Audio.

Users can also choose to add an external Blu-ray disc player, and GPS for mapping and navigation.

It will come out in January 9 with a price of $449.99.No word ifit will come out outside of the United States.