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HP launched a new line of low-cost HP Stream notebooks this month, featuring Intel Braswell processors and longer battery life than their predecessors.

The new laptops sell for about $199 and up. But if you’re cool with an older model with an Intel Celeron Bay Trail processor, you can save a few bucks: Walmart is selling older models for $179, and Newegg has a refurbished version for just $166.

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10 replies on “Deals of the Day (10-21-2015)”

  1. The Google Play link for 50% off an album contains the coupon code meant only for you. Other users will need to go to the main Music page on Google play and look for the banner to get their own code.

  2. These HP Streams are headed for the same fate as Atari’s E.T. video game, except nobody’s ever going to bother digging these up.
    HP needs to stop asking its customers to look like they just got off a clown car. It’s possible to produce cheap products that respect a purchaser’s dignity.

    1. I assume these were designed for parents to buy for their kids, and HP just failed in their marketing.

      1. Never heard anything like that before. They’re supposed to be Chromebook killers. They’re trying to discourage people from buying Chromebooks, but if people bought Streams, HP’d lose lots of money. So they discourage people from actually buying Streams by making it an eyesore with a 768 res display. It’s fear, uncertainty, doubt, humiliation, bait and switch, and a crock. I got the Toshiba Chromebook 2 with 1080 res display and Skullcandy instead for $250. When violin makers became worried about competition from guitars, they flooded the market with cheap guitars; soon no self respecting person wanted a guitar.

    2. Can you not accept that some people want a laptop in something other than gray or black? The blue color seems a lot more subdued in real life vs the online pictures. They’re actually fairly decent quality for the price, and they work pretty well as long as you keep your usage light. The exact same chipset is being used for the 2016 HP Chromebooks.

    3. This just in, some people like colors other than grey and black

    4. I have one of these. They are pretty great little PCs for the price. I have other PCs and a chromebook and wouldn’t use it as a primary PC, but its perfect for a cheap little PC that’s fanless with very good battery life, can stream Youtube fine, run Word and Excel, and surf using whatever browser you want.

    5. I think these cheap laptops are aimed at children, not adults. The color scheme is appropriate for the target market. Certainly running a Celeron it would not do for what I use my desktop computer for without the internet browser or office suite locking up repeatedly. For simple word processing, YouTube, Netflix, Hulu (admittedly only at 360p) and PBS.com this computer would work well enough and that is all an eight year old kid is going to do with it anyway. I have a laptop computer running Win 8.1 with a AMD E1-2100 processor (it has about half the processing power of the Celeron in these computers) and it runs Netflix and YouTube at SD resolution fine even on a wireless connection as long as that is the only thing I am doing with it. Even my mother’s old eMachines with a Celeron from 2009 in it (less than half the processing power of the modern Celeron in the HP’s discussed here) will play YouTube and Netflix at SD resolution on wireless just fine if that is all that is being done with it. I think the HP’s in this article will also perform well enough for these uses.

      I do agree that HP should make a version of this laptop in the standard black color. Some adults may find something like this computer useful as a second computer for Netflix, YouTube, etc.. I think they even have an HDMI-out to connect to a modern flat-screen TV for occasional use watching Netflix or Hulu (again, admittedly not at HD resolution) even if it cannot perform complicated spreadsheet or Power Point tasks (or more likely nowadays the Libre Office/Open Office equivalent) or both surf the internet and listen to music via Windows Media Player at the same time.

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