HP Stream: Affordable Windows 8 Notebooks and Tablets Introduced

Just ahead of the festive season when demand usually shoots up, HP has come up with its new range of notebooks and tablets. The company today launched a new range of Windows 8.1-poweerd notebooks and tablets, including the HP Stream 11.6 laptop for $200 or Rs. 12,000.

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HP, which is struggling to sell notebooks computers, has unveiled two low-cost notebooks computers onto market. The Stream 11.6 and Stream 13.3 boast Intel Celeron processors, fanless designs and 32GB of native storage.

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HP Stream: Affordable Windows 8 Notebooks and Tablets Introduced

With prices starting at $200 or Rs. 12,000, these new branded Windows 8.1 notebook computers should give tough competition to an average Chromebook, at least in terms of pricing and spec sheet.

The 13.3-inch Stream notebook offers a little better display (720p), also includes a 4G connectivity and 200MB of data per month. Both laptops come with a 1-year subscription of Microsoft Office 365 Personal which includes 1TB of OneDrive online storage, and a $25 gift card in the box to uses to buy apps or games from the Windows Store.

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HP Stream: Affordable Windows 8 Notebooks and Tablets Introduced

HP says that the 11.6-inch Stream will offer 8 hours of media playback, while the 13.3-inch model will last for 7 hours under the same conditions.

Not just new laptops, the company also unveiled two new HP Stream tablets. Both the HP Stream 7 and HP Stream 8 run on Windows 8.1, though only the 8-inch model comes with the option of a 4G data package, offering 200MB of free data per month.

The Stream 7 will be priced at $99.99 or Rs. 6,000, while the Stream 8 costs $149.99 or Rs. 8,940.

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