HP rolls out new pavilion laptop at CES

Using a 1.6GHz AMD CPU and AMD Fusion APU fuels, the HP Pavillion dm1 also comes with 2GB RAM and a 250GB hard drive that can get nearly 10 hours on a charge (about an hour longer if you use the SSD).

Apparently, this new HP laptop actually can sense how it’s being used thanks to the accelerometer and HP's Thermal Assistant Software that gauges the PC's tasks.

When it’s stationary, you can set the cooling to one level and another when you’re on the move, which HP calls CoolSense technology.



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