HP Stream 13
That’s a few bucks less than the price of the non-4G version, and you get free data for life!
Lately I’ve been all about the Chromebooks, but for many folks it’s inconvenient — if not downright impossible — to break away from the Windows world. There may be software you need to run, peripherals you need to use and so on — any or all of which might disqualify a Chromebook as your next laptop.
Fortunately, you can now get the equivalent (at least in terms of pricing) in Windows form: Amazon has the HP Stream 13 with 4G for $226.50 shipped. Pssst: Don’t tell anyone at Amazon, but that’s a few dollars less than the price of the Stream 13 without 4G. (There’s something about the configuration of this product page that makes me feel like this is a price mistake, but let’s just keep it our little secret.)
Video About HP Stream 13The HP Stream 11 made headlines for offering full Windows 8.1 computing for $200. The Stream 13 is its bigger brother (itself a steal at $230). The 4G version normally runs $300, so this is kind of an amazing deal.How can a Windows laptop be so inexpensive? The specs tell much of the story: The Stream runs on a Celeron processor and comes with 2GB of RAM and 32GB of solid-state storage. In other words, it’s just like a Chromebook, only with Windows instead of Chrome OS.
Source: Rick Broida
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