HP Stream 14 Windows 10 Laptop Launched

HP Stream 14 Windows 10 Laptop Launched

HP launched its Stream series back 2 years ago with keeping in mind the budgeted laptop for the market. HP carry-forwarding its budget segment by launching HP Stream 14 with cloud computing and its laptops packaged with basic specifications, a large battery, and sleek design.

HP Stream 14 as name says, its a 14-inch laptop starting at $219 (roughly Rs. 14,600) and is expected to go on sale from September 7. The Stream 14 comes with a fast dual-antenna 802.11ac Wi-Fi, a new Intel Celeron processor, 4GB of RAM, 32GB flash storage, 100GB OneDrive Cloud storage and 1366×768 resolution, which doesn’t sound so exciting on paper but is still worth buying. Stream 14 will come with Windows 10.

The new HP laptop will be available in Blue, Purple, or White colour options in certain regions and a battery pack that is capable of powering the device for 10 hours and 45 minutes

HP carry-forwarding its budget segment by launching HP Stream 14 with cloud computing and its laptops packaged with basic specifications, a large battery, and sleek design.HP on the other hand, also launched 2 more variants HP Stream 11 and HP Stream x360 which have amazing 11-inch displays. There is only one difference between Stream 11 and x360, i.e., the screen found in the x360 is high-definition and can be adjusted to the hybrid laptop’s different configurations. Otherwise both HP Stream 11 and X360 comes with same specifications as that of 14-inch variant.

The new Stream 11 launches on August 24 with faster Wi-Fi, upgraded processor, and slimmer body compared to its predecessor, and will be priced at $199 (roughly Rs. 13,300).

The 11.6-inch Stream x360 laptop/ tablet hybrid will receive similar hardware upgrades with a price starting at $249 (roughly Rs. 16,600) and expected to come out in September.

About HP Stream

HP is branding its whole effort as delivering an “affordable cloud computing experience” that is tailored to how people use their computers today. They’re using cloud-based apps and storing photos online, HP says, and “they’re more concerned about the strength of the web connection rather than the power of the processor.”

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