Both should be available in the US in November.
The tablets feature Intel Atom Z3735G processors, 1280 x 800 pixel displays with wide viewing angles, 1GB of RAM, and 16GB of solid state storage.
They feature microUSB ports, stereo speakers, and a 1-year subscription to Microsoft Office 365.
HP will also offer a 4G model of the Stream 8 with 200MB of free mobile broadband each month from T-Mobile.
What they don’t are HDMI ports for video output. But the new HP Stream tablets look surprisingly capable for Windows tablets with such low price tags.
Up until now, the $120 Toshiba Encore Mini had been the cheapest Windows tablet available in the US. Now it looks like the HP Stream 7 is poised to take that crown.