HP Pavilion dm1-2010nr Entertainment PC Available at Verizon Wireless with 3G data plan
These big service providers of the States like Verizon and AT&T leave no stone unturned to give the customers exactly what they are looking for. Here is another similar case, It was pretty simple to see smartphones coming with contracts with these industry magnets for data and voice connectivity but a laptop well not exactly seen before. HP however has decided to put its money on a contract with Verizon wireless where the service provider will provide high speed internet service in HP’s newest in the Laptop market called the HP Pavilion dm1-2010nr. The laptop hence forth shall be coming with a 3G data plan that will be provided by the Verizon Wireless.
The HP Pavilion dm1-2010nr is powered by a .3GHz AMD Athlon II Neo K325 dual-core processor, a 11.6 inch high-definition LED Bright View display with 1366 x 768 pixel resolution, 2GB of RAM, 320GB hard drive, ATI Mobility Radeon HD4225 graphics, 6-cell battery offers up to five hours of battery life, and Windows 7 Home Premium. Other features include ATI Mobility Radeon HD4225 graphics, Altec Lansing speakers, built in webcam, integrated digital microphone, 2GB of HP Cloud Drive online storage for free and a 6 cell battery that is said to be able to offer up to five hours of run time. In terms of the size, the HP Pavilion dm1-2010nr measures in at 11.4 (L) x 8.03 (D) x 0.78-1.20 (H) inches and has a weight of 3.24 pounds.
HP Pavilion DM1-2010NR Specifications:
Here is a more detailed and extensive specs list of the device for those who like a compare:
- Operating system: Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit
- Processor Speed: 1.3 GHz
- Memory: 2 GB DDR3 System Memory with one accessible memory slot
- Video Graphics: ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4225 Graphics
- Display: 11.6 inch diagonal high-definition LED BrightView Display (1366 x 768)
- Altec Lansing Speakers
- Dimensions: 11.4 inches (l) x 8.03 inches (d) x 0.78-1.20 inches (h)
- Weight: 3.24 pounds
As far as the connectivity features are concerned. There are three types of plans that the company has endorsed for this system. These are
- Mobile Broadband- This service is actually like the normal broadband survive that we use at our homes the one in which we need to pay for only the data that we use. The rates for the same are as follows:
- $39.99 monthly access for 250 MB monthly allowance and $0.10/MB overage
- $59.99 monthly access for 5 GB monthly allowance and $0.05/MB overage
- Prepaid Mobile Broadband- This is also a pretty similar kid of service as the one described above but in this one you will have to pay for the data that you are going to use before you can actually use it. The rates for this on is as follows:
- $15 for 100 MB (one day of use)
- $30 for 300 MB (one week of use)
- $50 for 1 GB (30 days of use)
- $80 for 5 GB (30 days of use)
- GlobalAccess pricing Plans: This feature limits the usage for your laptop that is you can use cheap data rates but only till you are in USA or Canada once you are way you need to get your connection working again by paying a lump-sum amount. Here are the data rates for this one:
- 129.99 monthly access (5 GB allowance for the United States and Canada, $0.05/MB overage), 100 MB allowance in select countries ($0.005/KB after allowance)
- $219.99 monthly access (5 GB allowance for the United States and Canada, $0.05/MB overage), 200 MB allowance in select countries ($0.005/KB after allowance)
- GlobalAccess Pay Per Use for occasional use must be purchased with a $59.99 Mobile Broadband service plan in the United States. The Pay Per Use rate is $0.002/KB in Canada, $0.005/KB in Mexico, and $0.02/KB in more than 200 other destinations.
The HP Pavilion dm1-2010nr notebook is available online at Verizon wireless’ official website for $199.99 after a $100 mail-in rebate with a new two-year customer agreement on a Mobile Broadband plan.