It appears Dell isn’t the only company serenaded by the charms of Red V’s super fast 4G LTE network as HP today joins the party of introducing LTE for its laptop.
The new HP Pavilion DM1-3010nr is now claimed as the first laptop ever to be equipped by 4G LTE network. Take note, the LTE chip will be integrated on the notebook instead of you trying to look for a separate 4G modem.
Its specification lies on the mid-end range packing 1.2-inches thin chassis under 11.6-inch LED display with 1366 x 768 resolution. It runs 1.6GHz AMD Zacate E-350 CPU, 2GB DDR3 memory and 320GB hard drive for its storage. Likewise, it supports WiFi b/g/n, multimedia cards, SD card slot and built-in VGA webcam. Plus, HP Coolsense that makes HP DM1 notebooks “noticeably cooler” as stated by the company.