HP’s budget line of laptops known as “Stream” debuted 2 years ago and have been well welcomed by analysts and users alike. Sporting impressive specs with great battery life, the HP Stream 11 and 13 did well in sales and adoption worldwide.
Recently, HP refreshed this line of laptops by unveiling the Stream 14.
The HPStream 14 is a natural upgrade of the Stream 13 sporting a 14in IPS LCD 1366x768p HD screen, a new Intel Celeron CPU under the hood accompanied by 4GB of RAM, 32GB ROM and 100GB of OneDrive Cloud storage.
Unlike the past Stream laptops, the Stream 14 comes with the Windows 10 OS out of the box. It would aslo come with a better battery capacity allowing for up to 11hrs of use.
The HPStream 14 would be available in Blue, Purple and White colour options and would sell at $219 when it hits markets around the world soon.