The HP Stream 11 and 13 are great Windows laptops, but some of us prefer a more portable and simpler form-factor. If you are a fan of tablets, you can take a look at the HP Stream 7 and HP Stream 8.
These tablets offer the full Windows operating system, allowing you to run all the awesome programs you know and love. What’s best – they are amazingly affordable! The HP Stream 7 is only $99.99, and the Stream 8 will cost you $149.99.
As with the laptops, HP is not giving away too many details on these tablets. We can’t complain with those prices, though. Thankfully, our friends from Liliputing got the HP Stream 8 on video, as well as some specs.
The tablet comes with an 1.3 GHz quad-core Intel Atom (Baytrail) processor, 1 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal storage. Their screen sizes are represented by their names, and these are HD screens, which probably means 720p.
Of course, users also get a year of 1 TB One Drive Storage and a year of Office 365 Personal. And those who get the 8-inch tablet can also enjoy 200 MB of free 4G data per month.
You can also expect to see these launching starting in November, so get your credit cards ready! I may just get myself one of these for light work during travels. Are any of you signing up for one?