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HP Stream 14-AX000NA 14" Laptop 4GB 32GB With BullGuard Internet Security £102.10 (Refurbished) @ Tesco Ebay
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HP Stream 14-AX000NA 14" Laptop 4GB 32GB With BullGuard Internet Security £102.10 (Refurbished) @ Tesco Ebay

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Posted 9th Sep
Ok its seller refurbished but with a full years tesco warranty £99.10 + £3.00 postage

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Bundle comes with:

  • HP Stream 14-AX000NA Laptop 14" Intel Celeron 1.60GHz 4GB 32GB Windows 10 Blue
  • BullGuard Internet Security Antivirus 1 Year 3 Device Protection Easy To Use


HP Stream 14-AX000NA Laptop 14" Intel Celeron 1.60GHz 4GB 32GB Windows 10 Blue3291778.jpg
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Don’t waste your time, these are horrendous. The storage capacity doesn’t even take the updates.
This laptop is ideal for people who like to buy size 9 trainers, but have size 11 feet.
Honestreviewer109/09/2019 19:01

Don’t waste your time, these are horrendous. The storage capacity doesn’t e …Don’t waste your time, these are horrendous. The storage capacity doesn’t even take the updates.


Couldn't agree more. I had a similar acer which looked good but couldn't get windows 10 to update because it just took up far to much of the space available.

Sold it to cex for £120 then got a refurbed lenovo thinkpad t420 for £80
I've chucked laptops with better specs than this. Even for £99 it's landfill
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Don’t waste your time, these are horrendous. The storage capacity doesn’t even take the updates.
Billy from basingstoke asked me a question today...I quote "I'm looking to buy a cheap windows 10 laptop with a years guarantee, I'm on a budget as it's only around £100, but I really need one to connect to my printer. But everytime I look on hukd deals they are all singing and dancing laptops and way out of my price range. Unquote....so I posted this...just for Billy of basingstoke
Honestreviewer109/09/2019 19:01

Don’t waste your time, these are horrendous. The storage capacity doesn’t e …Don’t waste your time, these are horrendous. The storage capacity doesn’t even take the updates.


Couldn't agree more. I had a similar acer which looked good but couldn't get windows 10 to update because it just took up far to much of the space available.

Sold it to cex for £120 then got a refurbed lenovo thinkpad t420 for £80
terrible machine, do not buy. Everything about it is horrible, keyboard, screen, storage, battery life.
I've chucked laptops with better specs than this. Even for £99 it's landfill
We have 3 of these, all have had various loops of updating and not enough space. Gave up even attempting to update them a good while ago.
I bought a chromebook and it's so much better than any windows laptop windows just makes the machine so slow and laggy avoid windows unless you really need it
Better off getting a refurb laptop off itzoo then this!
This laptop is ideal for people who like to buy size 9 trainers, but have size 11 feet.
Although not a great Windows 10 machine, it would make a very usable Chromebook using Neverware CloudReady guide.neverware.com/sup…es/ - if it was full HD I'd snap one up.
Al3xander09/09/2019 21:06

This laptop is ideal for people who like to buy size 9 trainers, but have …This laptop is ideal for people who like to buy size 9 trainers, but have size 11 feet.


This is the best description I've ever seen
What's the problem, it has an SD card slot, there's plenty of deals for them in here, and you can configure windows to park as much stuff on that
zcaprd709/09/2019 21:20

What's the problem, it has an SD card slot, there's plenty of deals for …What's the problem, it has an SD card slot, there's plenty of deals for them in here, and you can configure windows to park as much stuff on that


Because Windows is getting bloated and when this launched 32GB was ok, now it’s not. If you’re competent enough to move stuff to external storage you should be competent enough to avoid this machine. I have one but it’s frustrating to use now because of space - wouldn’t go near one again.

DerBroader7109/09/2019 21:08

Although not a great Windows 10 machine, it would make a very usable …Although not a great Windows 10 machine, it would make a very usable Chromebook using Neverware CloudReady https://guide.neverware.com/supported-devices/#HPStream14 - if it was full HD I'd snap one up.


You’d just spend £100 on a dedicated Chromebook surely!
Edited by: "plewis00" 9th Sep
Competent? It a few tick boxes in settings... Its a hundred quid, and would make a nifty little travelling laptop.
zcaprd709/09/2019 21:20

What's the problem, it has an SD card slot, there's plenty of deals for …What's the problem, it has an SD card slot, there's plenty of deals for them in here, and you can configure windows to park as much stuff on that


Hard to update Windows 10 from an SD card on a laptop with 32gb. Trust me I've tried, ended up using a usb 3 drive and that seemed to do the job. However if windows 10 gets much bigger there won't be any space to install it at all. Like others have said may make a good Chromebook or Linux machine?
twinkle.eyes09/09/2019 20:51

I bought a chromebook and it's so much better than any windows laptop …I bought a chromebook and it's so much better than any windows laptop windows just makes the machine so slow and laggy avoid windows unless you really need it


chromebooks are great.... tying on one now.... you can get them for £100 or less. fantastic for basic internet and email
zcaprd709/09/2019 21:58

Competent? It a few tick boxes in settings... Its a hundred quid, and …Competent? It a few tick boxes in settings... Its a hundred quid, and would make a nifty little travelling laptop.


The kind of person buying this won't know that. And you can get other similar machines with 64GB storage for same kind of money (e.g. Linx 12V64). Anyway, for £100 you can also have an ex-lease Lenovo ThinkPad X240 or Dell Latitude E7240 which is a vastly better travel laptop.
Come off it, you put in the SD card, and windows pops up a message and asks you what you want to do with it?

I've just installed office and windows on a little 32gb machine, latest updates, and it's about half full... £100 doesn't get you much chromebook these days, and in any case, you'll need a back up windows machine for that one annoying thing a chromebook can't handle.
Edited by: "zcaprd7" 9th Sep
zcaprd709/09/2019 22:20

Come off it, you put in the SD card, and windows pops up a message and …Come off it, you put in the SD card, and windows pops up a message and asks your what you want to do with it?I've just installed office and windows on a little 32gb machine, latest updates, and it's about half full... £100 doesn't get you much chromebook these days, and in any case, you'll need a back up windows machine anyway.


It just doesn't make sense buying a 32GB machine now. Even if you 'insert an SD card', you still need to buy one and I'm not convinced that solves all the issues with updating. Like I said, a good ex-lease laptop will be around this price and will be vastly better. I bought a Lenovo ThinkPad X240 with 128GB SSD from ITZOO for £89.99 a few months back as an example.

When I bought this 14-ax000na I think I paid about £60 from a pawnbroker. Also you frequently see 4GB/32GB Chromebooks on here for £99.99 - the Acer CB3-431 14" full HD was that price last month.
Hmm, mine was a (new) £100 iota 360 from amazon Prime day. I'd avoid refurbished, unless you buy an old one, and upgrade to a SSD, but that would be beyond someone who can't pay £10 for an SD card I suppose?
Edited by: "zcaprd7" 9th Sep
Al3xander09/09/2019 21:06

This laptop is ideal for people who like to buy size 9 trainers, but have …This laptop is ideal for people who like to buy size 9 trainers, but have size 11 feet.


Fantastic analogy there.
Just updated one of these to the latest windows 10 update, it only had 1gig free before and after researching on the internet it became clear it didn't have enough free space to even do a factory reset.
Only solution was to download a bootable copy of windows 10 on a usb stick and run from bios and delete all partitions on the hard drive and install windows 10 clean install, it now has 15 gig free , this also removes all the hp bloatware . I stuck a slimline usb in at 32 gig and set it to save all documents photos etc to it in the settings. Now it updated to the latest cumulative update last night and 7 gig disappeared , looking into it again Microsoft included a reserve for future windows updates after a brief look online found registry hack to get it back.so back to 15 gig free.
If you need something cheap for basic use it runs surprisingly quick for a celeron. And bootup is about 30 seconds now.
Link below for anyone interested on how to do update , it worked a treat.
Haven't got a link to the registry hack but wasn't hard to find.

h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/…035
Edited by: "sb170" 10th Sep
Good link, thanks, it would help if HP didn't add all the extra junk? From memory, there is some free software to remove all the laptop bloatware?
Edited by: "zcaprd7" 10th Sep
sb17010/09/2019 00:04

Just updated one of these to the latest windows 10 update, it only had …Just updated one of these to the latest windows 10 update, it only had 1gig free before and after researching on the internet it became clear it didn't have enough free space to even do a factory reset. Only solution was to download a bootable copy of windows 10 on a usb stick and run from bios and delete all partitions on the hard drive and install windows 10 clean install, it now has 15 gig free , this also removes all the hp bloatware . I stuck a slimline usb in at 32 gig and set it to save all documents photos etc to it in the settings. Now it updated to the latest cumulative update last night and 7 gig disappeared , looking into it again Microsoft included a reserve for future windows updates after a brief look online found registry hack to get it back.so back to 15 gig free. If you need something cheap for basic use it runs surprisingly quick for a celeron. And bootup is about 30 seconds now.Link below for anyone interested on how to do update , it worked a treat.Haven't got a link to the registry hack but wasn't hard to find.https://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Operating-System-and-Recovery/Not-enough-disk-space-to-even-update-Windows-10/m-p/6623035#M525336


That's what I used to do but within 6 months the hd would fill up again with more and more updates until you had to repeat the process all over again.
I got sick of that, wiped win 10 off and stuck Peppermint linux on. It's probably the 'easiest to use' distro for linux virgins.
youchoose09/09/2019 19:32

Billy from basingstoke asked me a question today...I quote "I'm looking to …Billy from basingstoke asked me a question today...I quote "I'm looking to buy a cheap windows 10 laptop with a years guarantee, I'm on a budget as it's only around £100, but I really need one to connect to my printer. But everytime I look on hukd deals they are all singing and dancing laptops and way out of my price range. Unquote....so I posted this...just for Billy of basingstoke


Please advice Billy from Basingstoke to get a used i3-i5 with an SSD and to stretch his budget a bit
The only use case for this is as a Linux machine.
You're all forgetting about the free offer of Bullguard Internet Security
twinkle.eyes09/09/2019 20:51

I bought a chromebook and it's so much better than any windows laptop …I bought a chromebook and it's so much better than any windows laptop windows just makes the machine so slow and laggy avoid windows unless you really need it


Couldn't agree more. Bought a £700 Windows 10 machine and hated it. Then bought a £206 Chromebook and love it. Windows 10 machine sat in a corner gathering dust.
DerBroader7109/09/2019 21:08

Although not a great Windows 10 machine, it would make a very usable …Although not a great Windows 10 machine, it would make a very usable Chromebook using Neverware CloudReady https://guide.neverware.com/supported-devices/#HPStream14 - if it was full HD I'd snap one up.


That's my gut feeling also DerBroader. The specs are pretty much a typical low end CB. Is there anyone out there who has installed Cloudready and can comment on compatibility and performance?
zcaprd709/09/2019 22:37

Hmm, mine was a (new) £100 iota 360 from amazon Prime day. I'd avoid …Hmm, mine was a (new) £100 iota 360 from amazon Prime day. I'd avoid refurbished, unless you buy an old one, and upgrade to a SSD, but that would be beyond someone who can't pay £10 for an SD card I suppose?


Thanks for the sarcastic response. As many others have attested to, an SD card doesn’t fix everything so the best solution is to buy a 64GB or bigger device. Obviously you bought a 32GB and want to defend your choice - fine, but I’d be lying if I said buying a 32GB netbook is a good choice in 2019. I would also buy ex-lease any day of the week, if your budget is strictly £100 you don’t have a lot of choice... also, this laptop is/was a refurb anyway...

Masteryates10/09/2019 09:35

Couldn't agree more. Bought a £700 Windows 10 machine and hated it. Then …Couldn't agree more. Bought a £700 Windows 10 machine and hated it. Then bought a £206 Chromebook and love it. Windows 10 machine sat in a corner gathering dust.


I am so impressed at how well Chromebooks run and also annoyed at myself for discounting them for so long. I’m not convinced I could run the business from them due to multitasking, app and funny printer driver requirements but for everything else they are amazing.

jasee10/09/2019 08:35

You're all forgetting about the free offer of Bullguard Internet Security …You're all forgetting about the free offer of Bullguard Internet Security



It’s an alright product, or it would be if you had spare resources like CPU, memory and capacity to devote to it with this machine!
Edited by: "plewis00" 10th Sep
plewis0010/09/2019 10:10

I am so impressed at how well Chromebooks run and also annoyed at myself …I am so impressed at how well Chromebooks run and also annoyed at myself for discounting them for so long. I’m not convinced I could run the business from them due to multitasking, app and funny printer driver requirements but for everything else they are amazing.


Agreed plewis, I also discounted them for many years. Well and truly eating my words now.
Masteryates10/09/2019 10:51

Agreed plewis, I also discounted them for many years. Well and truly …Agreed plewis, I also discounted them for many years. Well and truly eating my words now.


I know. I don’t even mind admitting that I made that error in judgement. Though it is worth advising caution to some buyers as they can’t do everything you might want but the 90%, they can do very well and efficiently.
Apparently there is a sata connection inside, one can get a caddy and install another drive, but for geeks only I suspect:
Edited by: "zcaprd7" 10th Sep
plewis0010/09/2019 10:55

I know. I don’t even mind admitting that I made that error in judgement. T …I know. I don’t even mind admitting that I made that error in judgement. Though it is worth advising caution to some buyers as they can’t do everything you might want but the 90%, they can do very well and efficiently.


That's what I find plewis. It's all about doing the 90%, cheaper, faster, and with no hassle compared to a Windows 10 machine.
zcaprd710/09/2019 11:06

Apparently there is a sata connection inside, one can get a caddy and …Apparently there is a sata connection inside, one can get a caddy and install another drive, but for geeks only I suspect:[Video]


That’s the inside of a different machine... HP 14-an013nr is an AMD netbook by looks of it.

It appears to be this:
youtu.be/2-d…rlk

I’ll open mine and post pics later. If there is a way of increasing the fixed storage (I don’t think there is) then I might actually use it more, as it does last a while on batteries and is really lightweight.
Edited by: "plewis00" 10th Sep
Masteryates10/09/2019 09:35

Couldn't agree more. Bought a £700 Windows 10 machine and hated it. Then …Couldn't agree more. Bought a £700 Windows 10 machine and hated it. Then bought a £206 Chromebook and love it. Windows 10 machine sat in a corner gathering dust.


Hah so is my windows laptop spent more on it than the chromebook and now it's just sitting there gathering dust takes forever to boot up but I don't want to lose my work saved on there so for now it can remain there as I don't know anything about wiping laptops, saving things and other distros that's a work in progress for another time that may never come long live chromebooks
Another thing you can do is disable the hibernate file. Run CMD as Administrator, and type the following:

powercfg hibernate off
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