Both HP and Microsoft could very well have set the world on fire earlier this year, after they together launched the HP Stream 13, and yet still that reduced price is being overshadowed by an early Black Friday 2014 from Microsoft. Opening on Monday, the price tag was just $199 when customers purchase it through the Microsoft Store retail website.
Microsoft included the laptop to its Black Friday 2014 deals and at this moment their Black Friday 2014 deals page presents three active offers: the HP Stream 13 for $199, as well as the HP Stream 7 for $99, and the Beats Powerbeats 2 Wireless In-Ear Headphones for $179.99 which seems to be out of stock already.
The hardware sports a 13-inch hi-def screen, 2GB of RAM and 32GB of storage. The inside is running on a basic Intel Celeron processor. There’s a front-facing 720p cam web camera for online video communicating in the HP Stream 13’s notebook body. The body is available in light-blue, which includes a white keyboard.
The 13.3-inch display size is to be just more than suitable for the laptop, and the battery comes with a remarkable 7.5 hours on a charge, according to HP.
Keep in mind that this is not designed for powerhouse computing, but rather the basics: email, the Web, Netflix and home-level efficiency, the Stream contains a one-year membership to Microsoft Office365 Personal.
Ordinarily, 12 months membership would cost $69.99 and features Outlook, OneNote, Excel and Microsoft Word. After that initial year users will require to re-new the subscription at the regular price.
Users may likewise break that down into monthly $6.99 payments. There doesn’t seem to be any other agreements or some other conditions.
Windows 8.1 features an app shop for getting your fix of music, apps, videos and games, and Microsoft is providing HP Stream 13 buyers a $25 in shop credit to use.