HP Stream 14" Celeron Laptop, Blue or Purple, 4Gb RAM, 32Gb with Microsoft Office 365 Personal, £199.99 (£179.99 with new account & code) + Potential 2.2% TCB or Quidco @ Littlewoods
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HP Stream 14" Celeron Laptop, Blue or Purple, 4Gb RAM, 32Gb with Microsoft Office 365 Personal, £199.99 (£179.99 with new account & code) + Potential 2.2% TCB or Quidco @ Littlewoods

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Found 7th Dec 2016Made hot 7th Dec 2016
Thought this was a good deal at the moment, choice of Blue or Purple with 4Gb RAM and a decent 14" display. Comes with 1 year of Microsoft Office 365 Personal.

Extra 10% off for signing up for a new Littlewoods credit account and using code KPAJV.

Potentially 2.2% TCB or Quidco.

Free delivery.

Weighing only 1.45kg, with an outstanding battery life of more than 10 hours.

14 inch screen has a HD 1366x768 resolution, while stereo speakers supported by DTS Studio Sound™ enhance all your entertainment, whether you're surfing the web, listening to music or watching a movie.

Microsoft Office 365 Personal is included for 12 months, giving full access to Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint, OneNote, and Access, as well as the ability to store your files in the cloud with the 1Tb (1000Gb) of OneDrive storage.

Intel® Celeron® N3060 (1.6 GHz, up to 2.48 GHz, 2 MB cache, 2 cores)

Display: 35.6 cm (14") diagonal HD SVA BrightView WLED-backlit (1366 x 768)

Memory: 4 GB DDR3L-1600 SDRAM (1 x 4 GB)
Transfer rates up to 1600 MT/s

Windows 10 Home 64 Operating System

Violet purple or Aqua Blue, Linear grooves pattern

32 GB eMMC Drive

Integrated Graphics Intel® HD Graphics 400

Audio features DTS Studio Sound™, Dual speakers
HP Webcam with integrated digital microphone

Full-size island-style keyboard
Pointing device HP Imagepad with multi-touch gesture support

Wireless: Intel® 802.11a/b/g/n/ac (2x2) Wi-Fi® and Bluetooth® 4.2 Combo
(Miracast compatible)

Ports:
1 HDMI
1 headphone/microphone combo
1 USB 2.0
2 USB 3.1

Expansion slots: 1 multi-format SD media card reader

Battery type: 3-cell, 41 Wh Li-ion
45 W AC power adapter
Battery life up to 10 hours and 45 minutes

Weight 1.44 kg

Minimum dimensions (W x D x H) 33.7 x 22.6 x 1.79 cm
Package dimensions (W x D x H) 48.3 x 30.5 x 6.9 cm

18 Comments

My daughter has the 13 inch version and very happy . Fast enough for quick browsing, homework and PowerPoint /word work for school!

kidsrule

My daughter has the 13 inch version and very happy . Fast enough for … My daughter has the 13 inch version and very happy . Fast enough for quick browsing, homework and PowerPoint /word work for school!


where did you get the 13" one, can ask what the model number is and do you know if it has 1 finger scroll on the touch pad, I need one for my wife for browsing and typing?

Tesco ebay and Very have the 2gb versions but these 4gb have only recently come out so getting one cheap will be tough at the moment.
Edit: 13" versions.
Edited by: "toiletseatlicker" 7th Dec 2016

Also 199 from Curry's

http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/computing/laptops/laptops/hp-stream-14-ax050sa-14-laptop-blue-10152504-pdt.html

Not saying it's cheaper (the deal posted is potentially £179 for new customers), just saying that it might be an option for some.

hackerace

where did you get the 13" one, can ask what the model number is and do … where did you get the 13" one, can ask what the model number is and do you know if it has 1 finger scroll on the touch pad, I need one for my wife for browsing and typing?


I'll check model as bought Jan 2016. Bought from currys.

I remember buying a Toshiba Dual core many moons ago and the cost back then was £800 just shows how fast it is all moving along

cold imho for an extra £50 you are approaching proper laptop spec

zombrex

cold imho for an extra £50 you are approaching proper laptop spec


Please elaborate!

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/acer-es-13-laptop-149-98-ebuyer-2566205?p=29401718
This one is 13", with 4Gb RAM and a slightly faster newer processor.
Edited by: "winchman" 7th Dec 2016

would be cheaper to buy from Very, you could also use the new customer code to get a further £20 off the already lower price

Original Poster

Amstar

would be cheaper to buy from Very, you could also use the new customer … would be cheaper to buy from Very, you could also use the new customer code to get a further £20 off the already lower price



​Where is it on Very?

Amstar

would be cheaper to buy from Very, you could also use the new customer … would be cheaper to buy from Very, you could also use the new customer code to get a further £20 off the already lower price


Dont think they sell any of the newer processor ones(N3350, N3450), with 13 or 14in screens. They do an 11 but out of stock.
Edited by: "winchman" 7th Dec 2016

This is a very good price, does anyone know what the trackpad and buttons are like? I have a lot of experience with other HP laptops like the Folio having to service them at work, but they all seem to be terrible. How does it compare with a MacBook's trackpad?

Original Poster

It's £199 direct from HP UK Store with possible 2% Quidco or 1.1% TCB.
store.hp.com/UKS…NTB

Original Poster

winchman

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/acer-es-13-laptop-149-98-ebuyer-2566205?p=29401718This one is 13", with 4Gb RAM and a slightly faster newer processor.



Not a bad deal also: slightly faster, slightly smaller display, black or blue, 1 less USB slot, no 1 year subscription for Office 365 but cheaper.
Horses for courses. For my daughter purple and the bigger display were the preference.

I bought one of these for my daughter a few days ago and I'm quite impressed so far. It looks good and seems well built for the price. The screen is better than I was expecting; it seems sharper than the resolution would suggest. It's a bit slow opening applications but once open everything seems to work well.

Original Poster

Blue is showing out of stock at Littlewoods now, but Purple is still in stock.

stvwlkr

This is a very good price, does anyone know what the trackpad and buttons … This is a very good price, does anyone know what the trackpad and buttons are like? I have a lot of experience with other HP laptops like the Folio having to service them at work, but they all seem to be terrible. How does it compare with a MacBook's trackpad?



Very plasticky it must be said. It doesn't have separate buttons, you click the bottom of the trackpad.
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