Back in March, HP had unleashed their dv7 line of 15.6-inch notebooks that featured Intel's new Sandy Bridge series processors. Today, HP has begun shipments of another series of notebooks with the latest Sandy Bridge chip. The HP Pavilion dm4x is a 14-inch notebook ready to ship now starting at $730.
The HP Pavilion dm4x is optimized for entertainment but will certainly handle a good work load with its new faster processor. It comes with either Windows 7 Home Premium or Professional and you can choose among three Intel Core i5 versions and one Intel Core i7 version. You have a choice of 6GB of RAM, which is upgraded for free from 4GB, or you can upgrade to 8GB of RAM. The graphics card is a 1GB Radeon HD 6470M.
The notebook comes in two colors of steel gray or dark umber. Pricing starts at $730 for the base configuration. HP's recommended configuration will cost you $1078.98. However, if you head over to LogicBuys, they have a deal going on that can get you a base configuration model for $699. A Core i7 configuration can be had for $899. You can check out their product page and be sure to read the specs and their coupon code directions carefully.