HP Stream 11" from £119 @ Sainsbury's instore (Sunderland) - HotUKDeals
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HP Stream 11" from £119.00 @ Sainsbury's instore (Sunderland)

£119.00 @ Sainsbury's
HP Stream 11" for £119 (was £169) at Sainsburys Sunderland. PROCESSOR / CHIPSET CPU Intel Celeron N2840 / 2.16 GHz Max Turbo Speed 2.58 GHz Number of Cores Dual-Core Cache 1 MB 64-bit Computin…
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HP Stream 11" for £119 (was £169) at Sainsburys Sunderland.

PROCESSOR / CHIPSET
CPU Intel Celeron N2840 / 2.16 GHz
Max Turbo Speed 2.58 GHz
Number of Cores Dual-Core
Cache 1 MB
64-bit Computing Yes
MEMORY
RAM 2 GB ( 2 GB (soldered) )
Technology DDR3L SDRAM
Speed 1333 MHz
Form Factor SO-DIMM 204-pin
DISPLAY
LCD Backlight Technology WLED backlight
Widescreen Display Yes
Monitor Features HD anti-glare
Type LED
Diagonal Size (metric) 29.5 cm
Display Resolution Abbreviation HD
AUDIO & VIDEO
Graphics Processor Intel HD Graphics
Integrated Webcam Yes
Camera Features HP TrueVision HD
Sound Stereo speakers , stereo microphone
Compliant Standards DTS SOUND+
INPUT
Type imagepad, keyboard
Features multi-touch touchpad
COMMUNICATIONS
Wireless Protocol 802.11n, Bluetooth 4.0
PROCESSOR
Type Celeron
Processor Number N2840
Manufacturer Intel
Clock Speed 2.16 GHz
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1 Like #1
Decent price, but if you don't need windows that Amazon Chromebook deal might be a better buy.
#2
They've been flogging the pink and blue cases for this off for £2 in Hedge End Sainsburys recently. I got the last one in Hedge End but worth checking if they have one in your local should you buy one of these...
1 Like #3
mikedigitales
Decent price, but if you don't need windows that Amazon Chromebook deal might be a better buy.

The Amazon Chromebook is a much better deal for sure, until you realise that you have to use your Google account password each time to login, which is all well and good if your password is 1234 but in my case and anyone in their right mind who relies on their Google account for almost anything I've set it to be as long and complex as possible.
It's ridiculous they wont let you set up a PIN number like on phones to unlock it.
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noiren
mikedigitales
Decent price, but if you don't need windows that Amazon Chromebook deal might be a better buy.
The Amazon Chromebook is a much better deal for sure, until you realise that you have to use your Google account password each time to login, which is all well and good if your password is 1234 but in my case and anyone in their right mind who relies on their Google account for almost anything I've set it to be as long and complex as possible.
It's ridiculous they wont let you set up a PIN number like on phones to unlock it.

https://support.google.com/chromebook/answer/6070209?hl=en-GB
#5
i am using my asus t100 now on the train to watch crackle.com. battery lfie 8 hours using atom. got it 140 second hand. thing this has similar battery life so recommend
#6
just be aware HP has already announced that their entire stream range is being updated very shortly, google it and you'll see, so these will now be considered old stock and price reductions will ensue.
#7
noiren
mikedigitales
Decent price, but if you don't need windows that Amazon Chromebook deal might be a better buy.

The Amazon Chromebook is a much better deal for sure, until you realise that you have to use your Google account password each time to login, which is all well and good if your password is 1234 but in my case and anyone in their right mind who relies on their Google account for almost anything I've set it to be as long and complex as possible.
It's ridiculous they wont let you set up a PIN number like on phones to unlock it.


​buy a u2f dongle and you don't even have to remember a pin, just use it as a finger print authentication, currently main two services using u2f are google and Dropbox.
#8
noiren
mikedigitales
Decent price, but if you don't need windows that Amazon Chromebook deal might be a better buy.

The Amazon Chromebook is a much better deal for sure, until you realise that you have to use your Google account password each time to login, which is all well and good if your password is 1234 but in my case and anyone in their right mind who relies on their Google account for almost anything I've set it to be as long and complex as possible.
It's ridiculous they wont let you set up a PIN number like on phones to unlock it.


​Google Authenticator is your friend, you can then keep the password short ;)
#9
CPU is fine but the RAM and storage are pathetic.
#10
Its not designed to store anything on it.

You have the MicroSD slot you can use though.
#11
This may possibly be a nationwide deal, as I saw this deal in the Clitheroe branch of Sainsbury's yesterday.
#12
Is this old Windows 8 stock clearance or a newer Windows 10 machine?
If it's Windows 10, I guess this is a OK price for what's essentially a low end Chromebook competitor.
If it's Windows 8, I think there are better Windows 8 clearance deals. E.g. this metal bodied, 64GB, full HD touchscreen 2 in 1 ASUS.
Asus T100 chi
Personally, I wouldn't buy a Windows 8 machine now the free windows 10 upgrade has ended. No matter how much unsaleable Windows 8 stock companies have left to clear cheaply from their shelves.

Edited By: Cooltide on Aug 19, 2016 05:53
#13
Cooltide

Personally, I wouldn't buy a Windows 8 machine now the free windows 10 upgrade has ended.

You can still get a free windows 10 upgrade here: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/accessibility/windows10upgrade
#14
These used to be around £100, price seems to have gone up. Check out the lenovo 100s which is a similar machine but better screen, build quality.

Edited By: zaheer2003 on Aug 20, 2016 18:28
#15
noiren
mikedigitales
Decent price, but if you don't need windows that Amazon Chromebook deal might be a better buy.
The Amazon Chromebook is a much better deal for sure, until you realise that you have to use your Google account password each time to login, which is all well and good if your password is 1234 but in my case and anyone in their right mind who relies on their Google account for almost anything I've set it to be as long and complex as possible.
It's ridiculous they wont let you set up a PIN number like on phones to unlock it.

That's a feature that is coming - it's experimental at the moment.

You can now unlock your Chromebook with a PIN

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