HP Stream 14-ax000na Laptop £179.99 @ John Lewis
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HP Stream 14-ax000na Laptop £179.99 @ John Lewis

£179.99£233.85 23% John Lewis Deals
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Found 26th Nov
HP Stream 14-ax000na Laptop, Intel Celeron, 4GB RAM, 32GB eMMC, Office 365 with 1TB One Drive 1-Year Subscription, 14", Aqua Blue

Bought to be used as a homework laptop. SSD isn't very large but I'll just top it up via a usb or external hard drive.

PC World have had the laptop on offer this weekend for the same price but have not been able to find any stock of it (when their stock checker actually works...)

Screen Resolution 1366 x 768 (fuzzy, washed out TN panel as well)

N3060 CPU

32GB non-upgradeable storage

HUKD rating =
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SAY NO TO 1366x768 ON LAPTOPS, AT ANY COST

Not convinced. I have one since two years ago, it went from w8 to W10 and now it is pretty slow even for basic tasks. Save a bit more for something better.

Oh my word, after Windows it has a mega 5gb of free space. Utterly laughable.

beidiles2 h, 17 m ago

Not convinced. I have one since two years ago, it went from w8 to W10 and …Not convinced. I have one since two years ago, it went from w8 to W10 and now it is pretty slow even for basic tasks. Save a bit more for something better.


Why don't you reinstall Win8, & stop it from updating/upgrading again: support.microsoft.com/en-…onsorgrc.com/nev…htm

Crossbow2 h, 23 m ago

Why don't you reinstall Win8, & stop it from updating/upgrading again: …Why don't you reinstall Win8, & stop it from updating/upgrading again: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/3080351/how-to-manage-windows-10-notification-and-upgrade-options or https://www.grc.com/never10.htm


Because then it'll be unsafe.

SchubertsGhost17 m ago

Because then it'll be unsafe.


I've continued to use WinXP the majority of the time since they stopped support/updates in 2014 & have had no problems whatsoever. Just install a good Internet Security program (I've Kaspersky IS Pro) with the safe-browsing feature turned on & it'll be OK. I don't visit any potentially dodgy third-party sites, don't click on email links or ads on websites, don't do file-sharing of any kind & don't connect unknown USB drives/media to my PC. Admittedly, practising safe online/offline computing has probably kept me safe.

Crossbow3 h, 6 m ago

I've continued to use WinXP the majority of the time since they stopped …I've continued to use WinXP the majority of the time since they stopped support/updates in 2014 & have had no problems whatsoever. Just install a good Internet Security program (I've Kaspersky IS Pro) with the safe-browsing feature turned on & it'll be OK. I don't visit any potentially dodgy third-party sites, don't click on email links or ads on websites, don't do file-sharing of any kind & don't connect unknown USB drives/media to my PC. Admittedly, practising safe online/offline computing has probably kept me safe.


Not everyone is as safe/lucky as you.

"Screen Resolution 1366 x 768"

Automatically COLD.

The N3060 CPU is also really slow.

This laptop is in Arctic territory....

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Edited by: "Picard123" 27th Nov

missed this
let me know if anyone who wants to cancel/ return theirs, I 'll have it thanks.

This laptops dinosaur age a fossil possibly?
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