HP Pavilion dm1 by Alexandre Herchcovitch
I don’t know about you, but sometimes, fashion just does not sound all that worth it when it comes to notebooks. After all, it is not as though the innards of a notebook will appreciate in value with the tide of time, instead, it will depreciate – just like most cars, unless you are talking about super exotics that are released in extremely limited quantities. Still, this has not stopped folks like Alexandre Herchcovitch to dabble around with an artistic rendition of technology, case in point, the HP Pavilion dm1.
The HP Pavilion dm1 by Alexandre Herchcovitch is a special edition notebook that was specially conjured in partnership with the esteemed Brazilian designer. Alexandre was picked thanks to his global reputation and innovative position in the fashion world, delivering more than 15 years of experience to the , while continuing from where Chinese fashion designer Vivienne Tam and Dutch designer Tord Boontje left off.
Taking inspirational cues from his autumn/winter 2012 collection, the HP Pavilion dm1 by Alexandre Herchcovitch will come in an intricate black lace pattern against an iridescent olive pearl color that will cover the entire chassis, keyboard deck and keycaps, delivering an increased visual “glow” effect as well as stunning design that would definitely be worthy of any catwalk.
The HP Pavilion dm1 tips the scales at 3.5 pounds and boasts up to 9.5 hours of battery life, and will be equipped with an 11.6” LED display, an AMD processor, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity, USP, HDMI, RJ4 and VGA ports with Windows 7 Home Premium as the operating system of choice. To make sure you remain entertained with the best quality hardware for its price point, the HP Pavilion dm1 will feature Beats Audio coupled with HP TrueVision HD Webcam for quality images.
The Pavilion dm1 by Alexandre Herchcovitch notebook will hit the US exclusively at QVC, starting from $629.95 upwards. Other countries that are set to receive this special edition include Brazil, Mexico and Argentina. No idea on whether those of us living elsewhere will be able to get our hands on such a beauty though.