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Promoted 11-24-2014 by Discombobulated at 05:17 AM View Original Post
Microsoft Store.com has HP Stream 13 13.3" Laptop w/ $25 Windows Store GC (Blue) on sale for $199 (discount will appear in cart). Shipping is free. Thanks yuugotserved

Note, purchase of this laptop will also include 1-Year Subscription to Office 365 Personal

Specs
  • Intel Celeron N2840
  • 2GB DDR3
  • 32GB SSD
  • 13.3" 1366x768 LED
  • 3-cell 36WHr Lithium Ion Battery
  • Windows 8.1

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Also included:

  • One year Office 365 Personal subscription included ($69.99 value). Activation required within a limited time.
  • $25 Windows Store Gift Card; great to buy apps, games, movies, music and more on Windows, Windows Phone, and Xbox.
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Edited November 23, 2014 at 09:22 PM by DeividdoSama
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Includes 1-Year Subscription to Office 365 Personal

HP Stream 13 Signature Edition Laptop [microsoftstore.com] + $25 Windows Store Gift Card

$199 with free shipping

Specs
  • Intel Celeron N2840
  • 2GB DDR3
  • 32GB SSD
  • 13.3" 1366x768 LED
  • 3-cell 36WHr Lithium Ion Battery
  • Windows 8.1
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Interesting
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#5
what can this do?

kinda useless if ram and ssd aren't upgradable
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Last edited by jkloisdafoiwdaf November 23, 2014 at 10:02 PM
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I think the ASUS 15.6' for $199 at Bestbuy is a better choice. Checked the Stream in store yesterday, it's like a colorful toy in my opinion...Big Grin
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what can this do?

kinda useless if ram and ssd aren't upgradable
All tasks that most people do with computers these days.
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Quote from realdreams View Post :
what can this do?

kinda useless if ram and ssd aren't upgradable
It's supposed to compete with Chromebooks. So mostly web browsing, video streaming, listening to music and very light app use.
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Quote from realdreams View Post :
what can this do?

kinda useless if ram and ssd aren't upgradable
Web, Office, Bejeweled

That's 98% of what most folks use a laptop for.

Perfect for a college student to use in class.

I wouldn't want it as a primary computer, but I might pick it up to use during field service calls. (Mostly web based data entry and research, some LogMeIn remote support, some Netflix. Nothing heavy duty or storage intensive) Nice thing about a "netbook" is if it's lost or damaged I'm not out a lot of money. Except that this gives me a decent screen size for a netbook price. So, hmmmm
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That could work well for what my parents want...but I really don't want to buy them such a hideous looking computer. If it were half the price or had more mind-blowing specs, I'd be willing to overlook that.
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no touch screen
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#12
I like they way they look in person. Miles better construction than the other Windows with Bing boxes. I've see them on display at OfficeMax and Microsoft stores.

It has a microSD slot for memory upgrades.
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Quote from realdreams View Post :
what can this do?

kinda useless if ram and ssd aren't upgradable
it can do much more than a chromebook, which goes for the same price.
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Quote from Zanthexter View Post :
Web, Office, Bejeweled

That's 98% of what most folks use a laptop for.

Perfect for a college student to use in class.

I wouldn't want it as a primary computer, but I might pick it up to use during field service calls. (Mostly web based data entry and research, some LogMeIn remote support, some Netflix. Nothing heavy duty or storage intensive) Nice thing about a "netbook" is if it's lost or damaged I'm not out a lot of money. Except that this gives me a decent screen size for a netbook price. So, hmmmm
32gb of storage with Windows 8 is really going to limit what u can do with it. Browser/media player cache will eat up all the disk space in no time, for instance, streaming a few 720p movie trailers in quicktime, granted u got space to install it at all

windows update takes space too
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Quote from realdreams View Post :
what can this do?

kinda useless if ram and ssd aren't upgradable

this isnt a labtop...
this is chromebook competitor, except it runs full windows, and its not useless without internet.

Its meant be super cheap, super light, long battery computer for people who want to just surf the web and type documents ( ie 90% of mac users).

I was able to do my programing assignment, type up report, enjoy youtube, and play dota on min settings on the 11inch model ( same hardware). with 8+ hrs of battery. its neat little machine perfect for young people and elderly people who want basic things but dont want to spend 600+ for ipad.
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