HP now has an updated 11.6-inch diagonal in addition to a new 14-inch diagonal Stream notebooks in its portfolio of Windows 10 laptops.
HP has come up with a revamped lineup of its Windows-based Stream PCs and laptops in order to, how it justifies, by implying the need for durable Wi-Fi antenna technology for ensuring ‘connections have greater reach and fewer hiccups,’ along with an improved battery life, lighter weight, and a slimmer form factor. In addition, HP also reduced the cost of select Stream models in order to make then all the more reasonably priced.
“We’ve enjoyed positive feedback about the HP Stream family, which for many consumers is exactly what they need to access content and services in the cloud from wherever they are,” said Kevin Frost, vice president and general manager, Consumer Personal Systems at HP. “We’ve continued to raise the bar on this popular cloud-based notebook to make it even more portable, more attractive and affordable for customers.”
HP now has an updated 11.6-inch diagonal in addition to a new 14-inch diagonal Stream notebooks in its portfolio. Not just that. It also has an 11.6-inch diagonal HP Stream x360, which flaunts working under four different modes – laptop mode, standing mode, tablet mode, and tent mode for, according to the company, working, entertainment, on-the-go, and sharing, respectively.
The new HP Stream notebooks come accompanied by a dual-antenna 802.11 ac 2×2 Wi-Fi to let users enjoy faster Internet connectivity as well as less video buffering, and higher download speed. They include USB 3.0 among its ports and connections. HP Stream 11 and 14 flaunts different color variants such as Aqua Blue, Violet Purple, and Snow White whereas the x360 deals with Jack Black.
Additionally, select HP Stream models also feautre a one-year subscription Office 365 Personal subscription, which offers full versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and OneNote. Interestingly enough, customers also stand a chance for 1TB OneDrive cloud storage space in addition to 60 Skype World minutes per month – ranging between $199 to $250.