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Topic # 94023 4-Dec-2011 16:09
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I've decided two laptops is too much for me, and thought I could sell the HP dm1z. This is a great little laptop - 11.6" screen, nice keyboard, ultra thin and light - only 1.4 kg. With WiFi on I was getting about five to six hours battery life (with my SSD, not part of the sale though).

This not a "netbook". It's a small laptop, with great performance, good sized keyboard.



It's based on AMD Fusion E350 (2x1.6GHz), built-in Radeon HD, 4GB RAM, and 320 GB HDD. Gigabit ethernet, WiFi b/g/n and Bluetooth. Windows 7 Home Premium, SP1. I will restore the original image and then make sure all the latest updates are installed as well as all drivers, etc.

Reviews: here and here.

All the original box (as I save all boxes). Asking NZ$450 + shipping. Planning on going to Trade Me this Tuesday.




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