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HP 14 Stream 14" Intel® Celeron™ Laptop - 64 GB eMMC, Grey £199 @ Currys
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HP 14 Stream 14" Intel® Celeron™ Laptop - 64 GB eMMC, Grey £199 @ Currys

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Posted 18th Nov 2018

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Found this whilst searching the web for a laptop for my daughter for christmas. Seems a good price for the spec. Also available in White. Free Delievry or collect in Store

Technical specifications for HP 14 Stream 14" Intel® Celeron™ Laptop - 64 GB eMMC, WhiteOVERVIEWTypeLaptopOperating systemWindows 10 SPERFORMANCEProcessor- Intel® Celeron™ N4000 Processor
- Dual-core
- 1.1 GHz / 2.6 GHz
- 4 MB cacheRAM4 GB DDR4 (2400 MHz)Storage64 GB eMMCSCREENTouchscreenNoScreen size14"Screen typeSVAResolutionHD Ready 1366 x 768pScreen features- WLED backlighting
- Anti-glareCONNECTIVITYWiFi- Intel® AC WiFi
- 1x1EthernetGigabit Ethernet portBluetoothBluetooth 4.2USB- USB 3.1 x 2
- USB 2.0 x 1Video connectionsHDMI 1.4b x 1Audio connections3.5 mm jack x 1Other connectionsMiracastSOUNDSpeakersDual speakersMEDIADisc driveNoMemory card readerSDFEATURESCameraHP TrueVision HD webcamMouse / trackpadMulti-touch trackpad with gesture controlKeyboardMembrane keyboardSecurity featuresKensington security lock slotOther featuresDropbox Cloud storagePOWERBattery type3-cell Lithium-ionBattery lifeUp to 12.5 hoursGENERALColourSnow whiteBox contents- HP 14 Stream 14" Intel® Celeron™ Laptop
- Cables
- Power adapter
- DocumentationDimensions19.9 x 234 x 335 mm (H x W x D)Weight1.47 kgManufacturer’s guarantee1 yearSoftware* Full version of Microsoft Office not included
* Full version of anti-virus / internet security not included

- Office 365 (30 day trial)
- McAfee LiveSafe (30 day trial)
- Netflix app (subscription required)
- HP Audio Switch
- HP CoolSense
- HP JumpStart
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Good price, but beware of a performance hit with the Celeron processor and 4GB of RAM. 64 GB is also too small to support the barrage of Windows 10 updates! You’ll also need to disable S mode to install apps.
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This hasn’t been £329 since about 2009
Good price, but beware of a performance hit with the Celeron processor and 4GB of RAM. 64 GB is also too small to support the barrage of Windows 10 updates! You’ll also need to disable S mode to install apps.
carlos9918/11/2018 13:37

Good price, but beware of a performance hit with the Celeron processor and …Good price, but beware of a performance hit with the Celeron processor and 4GB of RAM. 64 GB is also too small to support the barrage of Windows 10 updates! You’ll also need to disable S mode to install apps.


Thanks Carlos, Not to tech savvy so really helps with understanding what would i need to do.
Bradley18/11/2018 13:41

Thanks Carlos, Not to tech savvy so really helps with understanding what …Thanks Carlos, Not to tech savvy so really helps with understanding what would i need to do.


You’re welcome Bradley. I’d recommend waiting until the deals this coming week and may be worth checking the Dell Outlet or John Lewis.
carlos9923 m ago

You’re welcome Bradley. I’d recommend waiting until the deals this coming w …You’re welcome Bradley. I’d recommend waiting until the deals this coming week and may be worth checking the Dell Outlet or John Lewis.


Thanks for that! Handy when looking through the mass of deals
I’m also after a new laptop, Iv seen this. What do people think. Or again wait until Friday?

HP EliteBook 840 G1 14-inch Ultrabook (Intel Core i5 4th Gen, 8GB Memory, 256GB SSD, WiFi, WebCam, Windows 10 Professional 64-bit) With Antivirus (Certified Refurbished) amazon.co.uk/dp/…7HC
marshy5144 m ago

I’m also after a new laptop, Iv seen this. What do people think. Or again w …I’m also after a new laptop, Iv seen this. What do people think. Or again wait until Friday? HP EliteBook 840 G1 14-inch Ultrabook (Intel Core i5 4th Gen, 8GB Memory, 256GB SSD, WiFi, WebCam, Windows 10 Professional 64-bit) With Antivirus (Certified Refurbished) https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B071V81Y89/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_jcy8Bb08N07HC


Great price, but would personally prefer to buy from Amazon direct. Probably best waiting for Friday!
It is a Celeon no way even you get free.
No touch screen , usb c or hdmi 2.0
carlos9917 h, 46 m ago

Good price, but beware of a performance hit with the Celeron processor and …Good price, but beware of a performance hit with the Celeron processor and 4GB of RAM. 64 GB is also too small to support the barrage of Windows 10 updates! You’ll also need to disable S mode to install apps.


I have 32GB eMMC storage in one machine running Windows 10 and it updates fine. Are you saying that if I doubled the storage space I wouldn't be able to install Windows updates? That seems odd. Just be cautious when you're influencing people's buying choices that you're giving the correct technical information. There are many 32 and 64GB devices running Windows 10 and Microsoft have catered for these devices with respect to updating them
It very much depends on what you’re using the machine for. Many people have encountered issues when upgrading to the latest version due to lack of storage. Updates may work fine for now, but with newer updates, the system will eventually fail to update. I’m assuming you don’t have much installed on that system either.
Whichever system you get, the Celerons are the worst.
theguardian.com/tec…ook
I have a tablet running windows 10 with 64gb storage. I do have problems with windows updates sometimes. If i have too much of my own stuff in there I can download the updates, but there isn’t enough room for them to be extracted and installed, so they fail. This does tend to be the full feature update changes, rather than patches and fixes. Still, it’s fine if you are not looking to store many photos/videos on.
I would rather buy a type writer 🥶
Probably good enough for the odd Word doc and a game of solitaire. Beyond that and you'll probably end up pulling your own hair out with this thing.

I wouldn't usually say something like this would be a cold deal, but considering Black Friday sales are either on or imminent, I'm voting cold.
Edited by: "Dekard97" 19th Nov 2018
Considering buying this and installing Shadow PC. Anyone tried it?
Ebuyer, Ideapad 120S. Similar spec but better Pentium CPU. No ethernet port. £50 cheaper. Simples.
carlos9919/11/2018 07:36

It very much depends on what you’re using the machine for. Many people h …It very much depends on what you’re using the machine for. Many people have encountered issues when upgrading to the latest version due to lack of storage. Updates may work fine for now, but with newer updates, the system will eventually fail to update. I’m assuming you don’t have much installed on that system either. Whichever system you get, the Celerons are the worst.https://www.theguardian.com/technology/askjack/2017/jan/05/what-is-the-best-way-to-deal-with-windows-10-updates-on-a-32gb-netbook


I don't have much installed on the internal storage, otherwise I definitely wouldn't be able to update Windows. 32GB is the bare minimum but since I got past the first big update, the system updates itself without problems now.

These low-storage devices are really designed to use additional storage for programs and data. Like this laptop, my device has an SD card slot, so I put all my programs and data on an SD card and just use the internal storage for Windows (and some of the apps that won't install on adoptable storage). I don't think future Windows updates will be an issue. Microsoft became aware of issues relating to low-storage devices, and the update process now allows you to download the updates to an external USB before installing them. I doubt they'll release updates in the future that will render all devices with 32/64GB storage obsolete. Like I said, there are many devices like this that come with Windows 10. However, if I had a choice again, I'd go for something with larger internal storage to make life a bit easier. If you're on a budget though....
MisterMadHatter30 m ago

I don't have much installed on the internal storage, otherwise I …I don't have much installed on the internal storage, otherwise I definitely wouldn't be able to update Windows. 32GB is the bare minimum but since I got past the first big update, the system updates itself without problems now. These low-storage devices are really designed to use additional storage for programs and data. Like this laptop, my device has an SD card slot, so I put all my programs and data on an SD card and just use the internal storage for Windows (and some of the apps that won't install on adoptable storage). I don't think future Windows updates will be an issue. Microsoft became aware of issues relating to low-storage devices, and the update process now allows you to download the updates to an external USB before installing them. I doubt they'll release updates in the future that will render all devices with 32/64GB storage obsolete. Like I said, there are many devices like this that come with Windows 10. However, if I had a choice again, I'd go for something with larger internal storage to make life a bit easier. If you're on a budget though....


32GB is easily manageable with Windows 10 (recently updated my sister's Asus T100 with a full feature update).

So I've no idea why people are suggesting 64GB isn't enough. This isn't Windows 7 (which did hog loads of space!)
sam_of_london14 h, 57 m ago

No touch screen , usb c or hdmi 2.0


At this price point I would expect too much of anything except frustration. For light browsing only!
marshy5119 h, 55 m ago

I’m also after a new laptop, Iv seen this. What do people think. Or again w …I’m also after a new laptop, Iv seen this. What do people think. Or again wait until Friday? HP EliteBook 840 G1 14-inch Ultrabook (Intel Core i5 4th Gen, 8GB Memory, 256GB SSD, WiFi, WebCam, Windows 10 Professional 64-bit) With Antivirus (Certified Refurbished) https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B071V81Y89/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_jcy8Bb08N07HC



That is a 4th gen i5. also screen resolution is not FHD. I would spend a bit more and go for a latest gen processor and FHD
This is one of the most false economies imaginable. This isn't 'fine for the kids' or 'great for students'. Everything about this device presents a barrier to everyday usage, and screams "buy cheap, buy twice".

With this device, you'll not get anything more than the most basic activity, and you'll continuously be disappointed at the screen.
adam.mt19/11/2018 09:17

Ebuyer, Ideapad 120S. Similar spec but better Pentium CPU. No ethernet …Ebuyer, Ideapad 120S. Similar spec but better Pentium CPU. No ethernet port. £50 cheaper. Simples.


Link for this here:

ebuyer.com/838…kuk
After fighting the last model which was 32gb emmc I'd not touch a hp product again knowingly sold without enough capacity to be usable for even windows updates
captainbeaky22 m ago

Link for this …Link for this here:https://www.ebuyer.com/838351-lenovo-ideapad-120s-14-laptop-81a5007kuk


We bought the Lenovo model listed here some months ago. We immediately added a 64gb micro SD card on which we keep any files, documents and photos (backed up to a USB flashstick). The first thing we did was the upgrade from Windows10s to Windows10pro and that took several l o n g hours...but since then it has served us well for light domestic use (surfing, word processing, scanning, printing, email etc.). The only programs we have added are AVG, Malwarebytes and Libre Office.
We are light users but have found it to be a bargain for our needs.
Edited by: "tracendaz" 19th Nov 2018
Usual caveat applies - never buy technology from Currys. You're buying something that was already 12 months out of date and before it hit their shelves and is hideously overpriced to begin with.
I bought one of these laptops from Currys the last time they had a sale, thinking along the lines of "basic use i.e. typing, browsing & videos should be fine". I should warn you that it really isn't worth getting even for these tasks. They are incredibly slow and difficult to work with, seem to be constantly buggy and you'll end up wanting to return it - at which point Currys will refuse. Don't bother.
captainbeaky6 h, 8 m ago

Link for this …Link for this here:https://www.ebuyer.com/838351-lenovo-ideapad-120s-14-laptop-81a5007kuk


Would this do for a 12 year old for possibly doing some school work?
carlos9918th Nov

Good price, but beware of a performance hit with the Celeron processor and …Good price, but beware of a performance hit with the Celeron processor and 4GB of RAM. 64 GB is also too small to support the barrage of Windows 10 updates! You’ll also need to disable S mode to install apps.


That's not quite right.
Got 4/64GB and it updates fine with lots of free space
This machine will be slow folks. They should call these chips de-celerons...🙈
For £80 more you can have the Lenovo 330S with 128 ssd and a far superior pentium gold processor. A far better deal I think
Similar product from Lenovo (with better processor) £50 cheaper @ Ebuyer.
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