Wireless network operator Verizon Wireless has said it is the most reliable online HP Pavilion Notebook on its 3G network DM1 2010nr.
The overall position of HP Pavilion comes with a preinstalled SIM card, making it easy to stay in touch with customers in over 200 countries.
The HP Pavilion Notebook DM1 has a built-Mobile Verizon within the broadband modem. Other specifications for the notebook include AMD (News - Alert) Neo K325 CPU Athlon dual core processor, 320 MB of memory and a 6-cell battery. The processor runs at 1.3 GHz and the computer's operating system is Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit. The machine has 2 GB of RAM DDR3 (News - Alert) and uses ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4225 graphics for the service.
The HP Pavilion Notebook DM1 also offers a champagne color fabric design on the front and the display of the HP Pavilion Notebook DM1 is 11.6 inches and has a resolution of 1366 x 768 Other features include an Altec Lansing (News - Alert ) sound system and the laptop is very portable, measuring at 11.4 "long x 8.03" x 0.78 to 1.20 "tall with a weight of 3, 24 pounds. The included battery 6-cell delivers up to five hours of battery life, which in the march of computing easier than ever.
The HP Pavilion 2010nr-DM1 is available online at the site of the company for $ 199.99 after $ 100 mail-in rebate with new service agreement two years in a mobile broadband plan. Customers will receive the refund in the form of a receipt for a debit card, customers can be the card as cash anywhere accepts credit cards used.
Moreover, taking into account the two-year contract, there are few options for mobile broadband plans. Customers can choose between the $ 39.99 plan with 250 MB of data per month or $ 59.99 per month with the plan to 5 GB of data. Increases of these plans is $ 0.10 and $ 0.05 per MB to 250MB and 5GB plans, respectively. In addition, customers can gain access to global plans or go prepaid.
Customers traveling abroad can, of $ 129.99 for monthly access (5 GB allowance for the United States and Canada, overdose $ 0.05/MB), 100 MB allowance in the target countries ($ 0.005/KB after provisioning) or 219, $ 99 monthly access (5 GB allowance for the United States and Canada, overdose $ 0.05/MB), 200 MB allowance in the target countries ($ 0.005/KB after provisions).