If you ever fancied dabbling with a Windows Powered Tablet The HP Steam might just be for you as it’s only £99 making it cheaper than a Huddle or other Android based tablet. Compared to the Huddl2 and Amazon Kindle fire it stacks up nicely
Work or play, the HP Stream with Intel®quad core processor delivers the speed and responsiveness you need to stay on top of life. Enjoy razor-sharp resolution from a breathtakingly brilliant HD display. Experience rich, vibrant color and sparkling picture quality that will delight your eyes and captivate your senses. Keep up with life with a one-year subscription to Office 365 which includes 1TB of OneDrive cloud storage.
HP Stream 7 Signature Edition Tablet Specifications
- 7-inch HD touch screen
- Intel Atom Z3735G
- 1GB memory/32GB eMMC
- Up to 8 hours battery life
- Office 365 Personal
- 1TB of OneDrive storage
What makes the signature edition special is the lack of bloatware we’ve become accusomted to when using an Apple device.
The Stream 7 comes with a 1-year subscription to Office 365 Personal to keep you productive wherever you are.
All of the HP Stream 7 specifications are on the Microsoft website but here’s some highlights.
Processor : Intel Atom Z3735G quad core 1.33 GHz with Burst Technology up to 1.83 GHz
Memory : 1GB DDR3L-RS 1333 MHz
Wasn’t everyone complains about the iPad only having 1gb)
Hard drive size : 32GB eMMC
no word on actual space available after windows install)
Graphics : Intel HD Graphics with shared graphics memory.
Can see that putting a squeeze on system resources
Camera : 2MP back-facing camera, 0.3MP front-facing camera
Weight : 0.78 lbs (353.8 g)
Tesco Huddle 2 : 410.4 g
iPad Mini 2 : 314 g
Amazon Kindle Fire HD : 413 g
So with Microsoft dropping the licencing cost of Windows to next to nothing for any and all devices can the HP Stream 7 get a foot hold in the war against Apple and Android.