HP Stream 13-c100na Laptop, 13.3", Windows 10 - £169 @ Tesco
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HP Stream 13-c100na Laptop, 13.3", Windows 10 - £169 @ Tesco

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Found 23rd Mar 2016
HP Stream 13-c100na Laptop, 13.3", Windows 10, Intel Celeron, 2GB RAM, 32GB - Blue.

At just 19.6mm thin and 1.5kg light, the HP Stream 13-c100na laptop is perfectly portable, so you can take it with you wherever you go. With a vivid 13.3-inch diagonal HD WLED-backlit display and speakers fitted with DTS Studio Sound you can enjoy an excellent entertainment experience. Powering the laptop is an Intel® Celeron® Dual-Core processor, which allows you to run multiple programmes without hindering performance. A 32GB hard drive capacity gives you plenty of space to store your multimedia content and data files.

Running on the Windows 10 operating system, the HP Stream 13-c100na gives you lots of innovative features like an all-new browser built for online action, plus Cortana, the personal digital assistant who helps you get things done. There are 3 USB ports for connecting to smart devices, along with an HDMI port for projecting content onto a larger screen. Also, with 8 hours of battery life, the HP Stream 13-c100na lets you stay connected and entertained while on the go.

Not a bad price for a 13.3".
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I bought this HP Stream as a refurb off eBay for £94 for my student daughter. Very pleased with build quality. 32gb memory causes some problems with Win 10 updates but not a deal breaker.
Which is the better deal, this HP or this ASUS? johnlewis.com/asu…=73

Need to get one for my mum to replace an ageing Pentium dual core Inspiron R17 (think it has a T4400).
I agree it's not a bad price for a 13inch and I've been looking at 13 and 14 inch laptops for a week or so for my flatmate. She bought a 14inch Asus in the end, 2gb ram but 500gb hdd, if she gets brave I'll open it up and add more ram. £14 less too.

My only with issue with the HP Steam is the RAM and HDD, the HDD will cause problems going forward, no biggie it can be replaced, but the RAM can't, and after 20 years of Windows experience I get the feeling 2gb models are competitively priced for a reason.
Bossworld

Which is the better deal, this HP or this ASUS? … Which is the better deal, this HP or this ASUS? http://www.johnlewis.com/asus-eeebook-e402ma-laptop-intel-pentium-2gb-ram-32gb-emmc-flash-storage-14-/p2099662?sku=234494946&kpid=234494946&s_kenid=0fd87e92-e627-491f-bcf5-16c38a68f4fd&s_kwcid=402x1661938&tmad=c&tmcampid=73Need to get one for my mum to replace an ageing Pentium dual core Inspiron R17 (think it has a T4400).



This laptop was on my list but for the reasons I posted above I didn't get it.
I got my flatmate this and she's happy enough, though for me the rim around the screen is much bigger than I thought, as is the mousepad.

uptwisting

I agree it's not a bad price for a 13inch and I've been looking at 13 and … I agree it's not a bad price for a 13inch and I've been looking at 13 and 14 inch laptops for a week or so for my flatmate. She bought a 14inch Asus in the end, 2gb ram but 500gb hdd, if she gets brave I'll open it up and add more ram. £14 less too.My only with issue with the HP Steam is the RAM and HDD, the HDD will cause problems going forward, no biggie it can be replaced, but the RAM can't, and after 20 years of Windows experience I get the feeling 2gb models are competitively priced for a reason.


This has a soldered eMMc and can't be replaced as I bought a refurbished one from Argo ebay a while ago for £119.
Came in perfect condition. Refurbished ones are available at Laptops Direct for £130 but I've never bought from them before.
toiletseatlicker

This has a soldered eMMc and can't be replaced as I bought a refurbished … This has a soldered eMMc and can't be replaced as I bought a refurbished one from Argo ebay a while ago for £119.Came in perfect condition. Refurbished ones are available at Laptops Direct for £130 but I've never bought from them before.


Cheers senor, good info.
I get really annoyed by all these underspec laptops...it's incredibly irresponsible to allow them to be sold when they are underpowered almost out of the box..
Especially when you take the changing landscape of browser requirements into consideration, something that has killed pretty much all old laptops and made my life providing computers to those without much tougher.
Edited by: "uptwisting" 23rd Mar 2016
uptwisting

This laptop was on my list but for the reasons I posted above I didn't … This laptop was on my list but for the reasons I posted above I didn't get it.I got my flatmate this and she's happy enough, though for me the rim around the screen is much bigger than I thought, as is the mousepad.



Thanks for the reply. The one thing that concerns me with the one you've linked to is that the N2840 benchmarks at 1053, whereas the other one has an N3540 that's nearly double the score at 1970. I know it's a synthetic benchmark, but coupled with the eMMC, the e402ma seems a better buy to me?
Bossworld

Thanks for the reply. The one thing that concerns me with the one you've … Thanks for the reply. The one thing that concerns me with the one you've linked to is that the N2840 benchmarks at 1053, whereas the other one has an N3540 that's nearly double the score at 1970. I know it's a synthetic benchmark, but coupled with the eMMC, the e402ma seems a better buy to me?


I gave up on benchmarks in 2009 when I couldn't afford to keep up.

I just wanted to make a hardware point, I guess from your perspective it could be an issue.
I think they're both crappy, ha, and wouldn't buy either for myself. But then RAM and HDD are important to me in order to keep my laptops running for ages.

My flatmate thinks a free phone upgrade doesn't mean she has to sign a new contract and they just hand her a better phone.....she can afford to wait a second for something to happen....that was a bizarre 5 minute conversation she still thinks I'm wrong about....sigh....what goes on in peoples heads.



Edited by: "uptwisting" 23rd Mar 2016
uptwisting

Cheers senor, good info.I get really annoyed by all these underspec … Cheers senor, good info.I get really annoyed by all these underspec laptops...it's incredibly irresponsible to allow them to be sold when they are underpowered almost out of the box..Especially when you take the changing landscape of browser requirements into consideration, something that has killed pretty much all old laptops and made my life providing computers to those without much tougher.


Especially Windows OS gets slower with more updates over time and virus and internet firewall..
If you are considering buying this laptop you could do with having a look for this almost identical hp laptop (but better imho) that I posted about 6 months ago. Im not going to repeat myself so just read it if you want to.

hotukdeals.com/dea…967

It got shot down by cold voters not really reading the spec I think.
Edited by: "heada" 23rd Mar 2016
Screen display is too dark, seen one in Asda

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