For those shopping about for an entry-level laptop, you guys could go for Chromebooks which for the most part, have been friendly on the bank account. However if Windows is what you’re after, HP might have the answer for you. The company has been putting out its Stream series of notebooks for years, and its lineup has recently been updated.
There are three new models that you can go for: the 11-inch HP Stream 11, the 14-inch HP Stream 14, or the HP Stream x360 which is a laptop-tablet hybrid with a rotating display. Its price also goes for $199 for the 11-inch model, $220 for the 14-inch model, and $249 if you’d prefer having a hybrid sort of laptop.
So what can we expect in terms of specs? For starters, nothing particularly mind blowing. All three models will feature the same Intel Celeron N3060 processor, 4GB of RAM, and 32GB of eMMC storage. The main differences would be the display size with the HP Stream 11 and x360 sporting 11.6-inch displays, while the HP Stream 14 has a 14-inch display, but other than that its resolution is all the same at 1366×768.
The main differences would be the battery sizes between the different models, and also the number and type of connectivity ports, dimensions of the laptops, and its weight. The HP Stream 11 will be available starting 24th august, while both the HP Stream 14 and x360 will be arriving in September.