HP Stream 14 replaces the HP Stream 13 tablet.
It accompanies enhanced battery life and determinations.
It has been estimated at $219.
HP has involved a sweet spot with its spending Stream tablets. Presented two years prior, the Stream arrangement was worked for distributed computing and its tablets bundled with essential details, an extensive battery, and a smooth outline, all at an entirely reasonable sticker price between $199 to $250. After Stream 11 and 13, HP has now presented Stream 14, which as the name proposes, is a 14-inch portable PC beginning at $219 and has an obligation to go marked down from September 7.
Stream 14 the Stream 13 and knocks up some in the engine determinations and in addition a reviving the configuration. The Stream 14 accompanies a quick double receiving wire 802.11ac Wi-Fi, another Intel Celeron processor, 4GB of RAM, 32GB glimmer stockpiling, 100GB OneDrive Cloud stockpiling and 1366×768 determination, which doesn’t sound so energizing on paper however is still worth purchasing at its pitiful asking cost.
While the first Stream tablets delivered with Windows 8.1, Stream 14 will accompany Windows 10. The new HP portable workstation will be available in Blue, Purple, or White shading alternatives in specific locales.
An appreciated change is the battery life which now remains at 10 hours and 45 minutes, which are awesome for an essentially online-just tablet. Fresh Stream portable workstations additionally get an update. The new Stream 11 dispatches on August 24 with speedier Wi-Fi, overhauled processor, and slimmer body contrasted with its antecedent, and will be estimated at $199.
The 11.6-inch Stream x360 portable PC/tablet cross breed will get comparative equipment updates with a value beginning at $249 and anticipated that would turn out that in September. There is additionally an instructive model called the Stream 11 Pro that components enhanced security and a discretionary 64GB stockpiling.