updated - July 13, 2020 Monday EDT
Hewlett-Packard launches HP "Stream" line of budget-friendly, Windows-based Laptops and Tablets.
HP launched two laptops and two tablets in their "Stream" product line.
The laptops have two varieties, an 11.6-inch and a 13.3 inch display while the tablets have 7-inch Stream 7 and 8-inch Stream 8.
All four devices will have 1 TB free cloud storage for a year powered by Microsoft's OneDrive .
Several freebies will come with the devices. The devices will have Microsoft office 365 Personal which includes free 60 minutes a month of Skype and a $25 gift card for use in a Microsoft Store.
The four devices pack a punch with several HP services like HP Connected Music7, HP Connected Photo8 and HP Connected Drive.
Meanwhile, the Stream laptops which sport an HD Display will be added to the Stream Notebook launched this summer.
The 13.3-inch version can also have a touch-screen option.
The laptops will reportedly have an Intel Celeron CPU and 32 GB of onboard flash storage. The housing will come in either Orchid Magenta or Horizon Blue.
The 11.6-inch model reportedly has a battery life of 8 hours 15 minutes for HD video playback and approximately 7 hours 45 minutes for the 13.3-inch Stream laptop.
The smaller 11.6-inch Stream laptop will be priced at $199.99 while the bigger 13.3-inch Stream laptop will start at $229.99.
On the other hand, the Stream 7 and Stream 8 tablets are more conservative in design compared to the Stream laptops, but packs a lot of features as well.
Both the Stream 7 and Stream 8 tablets will reportedly be powered by an Intel quad-core processor and have Windows 8.1 as operating software. The HP Stream 8 will have free data per month worth 200 MB with no annual contract.
The Stream 7 will be priced at $99.99 while the Stream 8 will start at a base price of $149.99.
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