We update you guys yesterday about the revamped of the HP Pavilion dm1 with some new and cool features in International CES 2011. HP Pavilion dm1 has the portability of a netbook with the performance of a notebook. HP Pavilion dm1 is loaded with one of the AMD’s Fusion Accelerated Processing Units (APUs ).The new AMD Fusion family of accelerated processing units (APUs) incorporate multi-core CPU (x86) technology, powerful DirectX 11-capable discrete-level graphics and parallel processing engine, a dedicated high-definition (HD) video acceleration block, and a high-speed bus on a single semiconductor die.

It has 11.6-inch display (same as the last model was first shipped in mid of 2010). This time, it is launching with a new processor, 10 hours of battery life and 750GB hard drive or an optional solid-state drive of different capacities. The screen resolution is about 11.6 inches and packs in 1366 x 768 pixels. It has three USB ports, VGA, a card-reader, HDMI-out and Altec Lansing speakers with Dolby Advanced Audio. HP Pavilion dm1 is powered by HP CoolSnese Technology which is an awesome feature for HP Pavilion dm1. It will be available from January 9, 2010 for $449.