While the HP Stream 11 went on sale at the end of last month, this does not mean that this little notebook that could does not deserve a little bit of advertising on its part, or promotion. After all, the overall cost of picking up a Windows-powered device in recent times has dropped, where one can spend a Benjamin to pick up a Windows 8.1 tablet while receiving a fair amount of change in return, the HP Stream 11 too, will be able to deliver a decent mobile computing experience without breaking the bank at just $199 a pop.


The HP Stream 11 is currently being promoted by Microsoft, where it is accompanied by a one-year Office 365 Personal subscription, and it will now feature unlimited OneDrive online storage. Although the ad points to just 1TB of online storage, which is contradictory to Microsoft’s recent announcement, it would be interesting to see how Microsoft reconciles the two.

Just to refresh our memories, the HP Stream 11 will be powered by a dual-core Intel Celeron N2840 processor, sport an 11.6” display with HD resolution, 2GB RAM, 32GB of internal memory, an HDMI port, and up to 8 hours of battery life. Any takers so far with Microsoft’s latest promotional push for the HP Stream 11 this coming holiday season?

Filed in Computers. Read more about .

Related Articles on Ubergizmo