HP launches reasonably priced Windows laptops and tablets

Hewlett-Packard has just bolstered its Stream roster with the addition of four new variants after unveiling one a couple of weeks ago. This could pose a big threat to Chromebook, since the Stream series is offered at cheaper price than that of the Windows’ cloud-based devices.

To the ones that aren’t satisfied with the performance of Chrome OS, don’t worry since an alternative will be available soon and at the same time it will cost less.

Two weeks ago, HP has just launched the 14-inch Stream laptop. This device may come with an affordable price but its innards may not seem superior as it is powered by AMD A4 which is clocked at 1.6 GHz and has 2 GB of RAM which is good enough to browse the net as smooth as silk.

HP broadened its Stream series by coming up with 13.3-inch  and 11-inch laptops and 7-inch and 8-inch tablets. These devices are pegged at cheaper prices and can operate Windows 8 and available in different colors.

According to Mike Nask, HP Vice President in the Personal Systems said that these days the consumers would settle for mobile devices that goes along well with their personal style and let them work and play no matter where they are, and added that the HP Stream products to date hits the target as they boasts of chic design, portability, access to free cloud storage, and can both run Windows and Office 365.


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