HP Stream 7 Tablet with Intel® Atom® Z3735G and 32GB eMMC storage for £95.04 @ HP UK Store with voucher code 4OFFHP
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HP Stream 7 Tablet with Intel® Atom® Z3735G and 32GB eMMC storage for £95.04 @ HP UK Store with voucher code 4OFFHP

£95.04HP Deals
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Found 3rd Nov 2014
Specs:

Operating system
Windows 8.1 with Bing 32

Processor
Intel® Atom® processor
Processor
Intel® Atom® Z3735G with Intel HD Graphics (1.8 GHz, 2 MB cache, 4 cores)

Memory, standard
1 GB DDR3L SDRAM

Display Specifications
Display size (diagonal)
17.8 cm (7")

Display
17.8 cm (7") diagonal WVA IPS anti-glare multitouch-enabled LED-backlit (1280 x 800)

Multimedia
Audio
1 microphone
1 integrated speaker
Connectivity and Communications

Wireless
802.11b/g/n (1x1) and Bluetooth® 4.0 combo

Ports
1 headphone jack (3.5 mm)
1 micro-B USB 2.0
Expansion slots
1 microSD
Expansion slots note
Up to 32 GB of expandable storage. MicroSD card sold separately.

Weight
350 g

Software and Applications
Pre-installed software
Skype

Software - Productivity & finance
Office 365 Personal 1-year.

Software - productivity & finance footnote number
[1]
HP apps
HP Connected Photo
HP Connected Music
HP Support Assistant
HP ePrint
HP Connected Drive

Storage Specifications
Storage
32 GB eMMC

Dimensions
Minimum dimensions (W x D x H)
191.5 x 108 x 9.9 mm

Appearance
Product color
Black licorice
Product design
Silky touch

Battery and Power
Battery type
1-cell, 11.1 Wh Li-ion polymer
Power
7.5 W AC adapter

Battery life
Up to: 8 hours Wi-Fi browsing, 6 hours music playback, 4 hours and 50 minutes video playback, 4 hours movie streaming, 120 hours standby

What's in the box
Tablet, AC charger, micro USB cable, Quick Start Guide
Multimedia and Input Devices

Camera
0.3 MP front-facing
2 MP rear-facing
Sensors
Accelerometer
Cloud service
1 TB OneDrive (1-year subscription included)

Warranty
1-year limited hardware

Possible TCB - 2.1%

44 Comments

Original Poster

Wondering if these are any better than the Linx 7 tablets on ebuyer? There is no cashback for this one though.
Couldn't find any reviews except for some preview videos on Youtube as this isa new tablet.

Shame about the lack of HDMI

Original Poster

Possible TCB - 2.1% as well

A full fat windows tablet for less than £100, This is far better than any recreational tablets.

Heat added

Original Poster

UPDATE: Just tried the voucher 4OFFHP and can see the price is down to £95.04, updating the price on the post now..

Is this the tablet you get with the xbox deal from tesco starting 7th nov?

Original Poster

alferg75

Is this the tablet you get with the xbox deal from tesco starting 7th nov?



I don't know..

£4 off a Tablet, hardly a deal is it?

Also new are two slate-style tablets, the HP Stream 7 Tablet and HP Stream 8 Tablet. These Intel-powered tablets run full Windows 8, and include the same OneDrive and Office 365 deals, as well as Skype credits. The 8-inch model also includes the same HP DataPass deal as the as the 13-inch Stream, giving 200MB or 250MB of free data per month.

The 11-inch Stream arrives in the UK on 26 November for £179, while its 13-inch sibling turns up a month later for £199. The two tablets are due some time in December -- the Stream 7 Tablet will cost £100, and the Stream 8 Tablet will start at £160. Dixons will stock just the two Stream laptops and the 7-inch Stream Tablet, and all models will be available online from the HP Store.

HP is also introducing a scaled-down version of the Pavilion x360 bendable Yoga-like laptop, called the Stream x360, and it will be here by the end of the year, costing £249.

Doesn't look like it supports an active digitizer, which is really useful on tablets of this size. Still a good price though.

alferg75

Is this the tablet you get with the xbox deal from tesco starting 7th nov?



No, that is a 'Connect' model. Pretty much all have the same specs, hence the price point.

Original Poster

scousemicky

Also new are two slate-style tablets, the HP Stream 7 Tablet and HP … Also new are two slate-style tablets, the HP Stream 7 Tablet and HP Stream 8 Tablet. These Intel-powered tablets run full Windows 8, and include the same OneDrive and Office 365 deals, as well as Skype credits. The 8-inch model also includes the same HP DataPass deal as the as the 13-inch Stream, giving 200MB or 250MB of free data per month.The 11-inch Stream arrives in the UK on 26 November for £179, while its 13-inch sibling turns up a month later for £199. The two tablets are due some time in December -- the Stream 7 Tablet will cost £100, and the Stream 8 Tablet will start at £160. Dixons will stock just the two Stream laptops and the 7-inch Stream Tablet, and all models will be available online from the HP Store.HP is also introducing a scaled-down version of the Pavilion x360 bendable Yoga-like laptop, called the Stream x360, and it will be here by the end of the year, costing £249.



Yes, this tablet is part of the Stream Laptops/Tablets from HP, MS is trying hard to get a slice from chromebook and cheap android tablet market with Stream and Linx. HP Stream 14 is already on sale on HP UK store,though the price is bit steep at £229. Hopefully these will drop the prices for Xmas to below £200.

Comment

simont_space

No, that is a 'Connect' model. Pretty much all have the same specs, … No, that is a 'Connect' model. Pretty much all have the same specs, hence the price point.



Thanks :-)

How is Windows with minimal ram, ok? i know the chromebooks are pretty nippy, faster than my i5 for browsing.. HP chromebook 11 looks nice.
Edited by: "winchman" 3rd Nov 2014

Original Poster

winchman

How is Windows with minimal ram, ok? i know the chromebooks are pretty … How is Windows with minimal ram, ok? i know the chromebooks are pretty nippy, faster than my i5 for browsing.. HP chromebook 11 looks nice.



There was a discussion regarding this on the Linx post on hukd, here's the link to the comment.
hotukdeals.com/dea…114

alferg75

Is this the tablet you get with the xbox deal from tesco starting 7th nov?



no

Banned

This is £89.10 on the HP student store.

Pity it's only 1GB RAM.

Sharpharp

£4 off a Tablet, hardly a deal is it?



Whereas 2p of a litre of petrol is? Those deals always seem to generate a great deal of heat.


Gormond

Pity it's only 1GB RAM.



Agreed - I wouldn't want to run O365 on that, though am willing to be proven wrong

Gormond

Pity it's only 1GB RAM.


Not just a pity, it is a deal breaker.

MrPuddington

Not just a pity, it is a deal breaker.



you'll struggle to find a 7" win tab with more than 1gb, pretty much the norm.

vinnyk

A full fat windows tablet for less than £100, This is far better than any … A full fat windows tablet for less than £100, This is far better than any recreational tablets.Heat added



Good price. Much improved screen over past HP tablets.

But Windows on a tablet of this spec? Your right with one thing.... recreational it will not be. Not once ounce of fun or enjoyment will be wrung from using this. Once it's sat there with it's AV running and trying to constantly update in the background and then you as the user has the need to actually run an application...... stutter, stutter, wait, wait, wait, wait, give up.
Edited by: "paradigm" 3rd Nov 2014

runs fine with 1gb. Don't be put off.

1GB of ram on windows wont be that great

MrPuddington

Not just a pity, it is a deal breaker.



I think (from memory) that Microsoft stated 7" tablets can only have 1GB RAM maximum, just like the netbooks of years ago so as not to cannibalise upselling to larger devices. But 1GB on Windows 8 32-bit probably isn't all that big a deal really and it's so cheap, they have to cut corners somewhere, full Windows costs nearly that price on its own without the hardware included.

People seem to be missing the point of these devices...
They are not meant to be running in full desktop mode really, I think they are aimed at the metro side of things... Let windows handle the memory management, like 'other' tablets...
Run it in desktop mode, with office 365 and netflix and a few browser tabs open, and yes, it bound to struggle!
But for the casual user, running mainly in metro, these will be fine, and extremely good value.

Don't forget, what Win8 lacks in dedicated apps, it can more often than not make up for with a properly fully featured browser, complete with flash.

Good price for a full Win 8 Tablet.

Banned

scousemicky

Also new are two slate-style tablets, the HP Stream 7 Tablet and HP … Also new are two slate-style tablets, the HP Stream 7 Tablet and HP Stream 8 Tablet. These Intel-powered tablets run full Windows 8, and include the same OneDrive and Office 365 deals, as well as Skype credits. The 8-inch model also includes the same HP DataPass deal as the as the 13-inch Stream, giving 200MB or 250MB of free data per month.The 11-inch Stream arrives in the UK on 26 November for £179, while its 13-inch sibling turns up a month later for £199. The two tablets are due some time in December -- the Stream 7 Tablet will cost £100, and the Stream 8 Tablet will start at £160. Dixons will stock just the two Stream laptops and the 7-inch Stream Tablet, and all models will be available online from the HP Store.HP is also introducing a scaled-down version of the Pavilion x360 bendable Yoga-like laptop, called the Stream x360, and it will be here by the end of the year, costing £249.



Jesus, do you work for any news agency?

forcedv

Shame about the lack of HDMI


I'd imagine this processor would struggle with 1080p

torquatus

I'd imagine this processor would struggle with 1080p



It doesn't, the video decoding is pretty solid actually these days (depending on the codec and bitrate) - for your normal movies and streaming you should be fine.

its going to be a horrible experince trust me before long they be giving these away with a tank of petrol or something. just plain nasty device .
Edited by: "Captainone" 3rd Nov 2014

scousemicky

Also new are two slate-style tablets, the HP Stream 7 Tablet and HP … Also new are two slate-style tablets, the HP Stream 7 Tablet and HP Stream 8 Tablet. These Intel-powered tablets run full Windows 8, and include the same OneDrive and Office 365 deals, as well as Skype credits. The 8-inch model also includes the same HP DataPass deal as the as the 13-inch Stream, giving 200MB or 250MB of free data per month.The 11-inch Stream arrives in the UK on 26 November for £179, while its 13-inch sibling turns up a month later for £199. The two tablets are due some time in December -- the Stream 7 Tablet will cost £100, and the Stream 8 Tablet will start at £160. Dixons will stock just the two Stream laptops and the 7-inch Stream Tablet, and all models will be available online from the HP Store.HP is also introducing a scaled-down version of the Pavilion x360 bendable Yoga-like laptop, called the Stream x360, and it will be here by the end of the year, costing £249.



If you're going to copy & paste at least cite your source of information >

The whole post is a copy & paste from the last few paragraphs of this article, I think they deserve a mention >

cnet.com/uk/…-6/


Edited by: "fishmaster" 3rd Nov 2014

Captainone

its going to be a horrible experince trust me before long they be giving … its going to be a horrible experince trust me before long they be giving these away with a tank of petrol or something. just plain nasty device .



At this present moment it's impossible to trust what you say based on zero evidence. Please post citations that backup your claims.

For people wanting more ram. The VOYO A1 mini has 2gb of ram.

Using the 8" Linx tablet just now, and it is running fine with 1gb ram.
As one of the posters above mentioned, the browsing experience is very good.

Gormond

Pity it's only 1GB RAM.



Yeah it doesn't seem a lot, for "Full fat Windows" as one poster said

Captainone

its going to be a horrible experince trust me before long they be giving … its going to be a horrible experince trust me before long they be giving these away with a tank of petrol or something. just plain nasty device .



There have been some God awful tablets in the past. I've never had one of those with a tank of petrol. I dont expect one of these will ever be given away either.

Arrived this morning and have been playing with it for the last hour or so. Sweet!

Recommended if you want something small and light that can also run full Windows Apps In fact even if you just want Windows 8 native Apps it is great value for the money.

(Be sure and check out my own 'Vantage Point' App, still a little ragged around the edges but getting there!)


Edited by: "rd3d2" 6th Nov 2014

"HP4OFF" 4% voucher code doesn't seem to be working now. Looks like HP have twigged that the code was being used on this - one of their least expensive products - and never intended it to be used for this, so it's been withdrawn. Pity. I'm still tempted, but the extra 4% would have made the temptation overwhelming! T&Cs currently read:

Terms & Conditions

1. Cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer
2. One USE per person
3. Available whilst stocks last
4. HP Range excluding the HP Stream 7

Purchased one over the weekend and am extremely happy and surprised of how much technology there is in just £99! HP and Microsoft have done a fantastic job on both hardware and software side together.

Cannot express how good the deal is, specially when it comes with 1Yr of Office 365 for the user to use totally free!! Also I believe the subscription allows the Office365 software/services to be used on another computer also which the value of that alone is more than double the £99 value itself.

The hardware you get is not exactly anything amazing and the screen has slight light bleeding on darker pictures however hardly noticeable and again for £99 one cannot fault it.

Also if you sign in first as an adult with your Microsoft account then as your child with their Microsoft account and mark it as a child account Windows 8.1 will send you reports of what they have been doing which makes it perfect Christmas gift.
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