HP Stream 14 with 2GB RAM 32 GB eMMC - £199 @ Currys
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HP Stream 14 with 2GB RAM 32 GB eMMC - £199 @ Currys

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Found 19th Dec 2014
Usually sold at £229, now at £199.

OVERVIEW
Type Streambook
Operating system Windows 8.1
SPECIFICATION
Processor AMD A4 Micro-6400T
RAM 2 GB
Storage - 32 GB eMMC
- 100 GB of free Cloud storage for 2 years
SCREEN
Screen size 14"
Screen type HP BrightView
Resolution 1366 x 768
Touchscreen No
Screen features LED backlighting
CONNECTIVTY
Wireless 802.11 b/g/n
Ethernet No
Bluetooth Bluetooth 4.0
USB - USB 3.0 x 1
- USB 2.0 x 2
Video interface - HDMI x 1
- Miracast
Audio interface 3.5 mm jack
MEDIA
Memory card reader SD card reader
SOUND
Speakers Integrated quad speakers
FEATURES
Camera HP TrueVision Webcam
Microphone Yes
Mouse / trackpad HP ImagePad
Keyboard Full-size keyboard
POWER
Battery type 3-cell Lithium Polymer
GENERAL
Colour Silver
Box contents HP
Dimensions 17.8 x 344 x 240 mm (H x W x D)
Weight 1.75 kg
Manufacturer’s guarantee 1 year

7 Comments

Original Poster

here's a video review on youtube..
youtube.com/wat…2XY

Reviews suggesting battery life 6.5 - 7 hours, so a bit less than an Intel based one, but perfectly good for most purposes.

No Ethernet ? Thought they were tight on my 311 mini with crappy 100mbit

kester76

No Ethernet ? Thought they were tight on my 311 mini with crappy 100mbit



Most small laptops like these new generation low spec Windows and chromebooks have no ethernet ports. I thought it would be a problem on my chromebook but in reality it isn't. They are intended for basic surfing, email and office type stuff. Nothing that wired ethernet provides any real benefit over WiFi for

If you MUST have Ethernet then USB Ethernet adaptors can be picked up for 99p (fast ethernet) or about £10 for Gigabit
Edited by: "Uridium" 19th Dec 2014

Shame how the 14" doesn't come with a year office 365 as opposed to the 11".

The lime one was posted yesterday, so its kinda a repeat post :P ..

Uridium

Most small laptops like these new generation low spec Windows and … Most small laptops like these new generation low spec Windows and chromebooks have no ethernet ports. I thought it would be a problem on my chromebook but in reality it isn't. They are intended for basic surfing, email and office type stuff. Nothing that wired ethernet provides any real benefit over WiFi forIf you MUST have Ethernet then USB Ethernet adaptors can be picked up for 99p (fast ethernet) or about £10 for Gigabit


Its just annoying that the USB 2.0 standard is up to 480Mbit/s which means in theory 60MB/s but is probably only about 30MB/s
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