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The HP Stream 11 is one of a number of recently-launched Windows notebooks priced at $200 or less. It may not be the most powerful laptop money can buy, but it doesn’t take a lot of money to buy it… and now it takes even less than usual.
HP is offering discounts on several of its low-cost laptops and 2-in-1 devices… and if you want to save even more, Groupon has even better prices on refurbished models. You can pick up an HP Stream 11 for as little as $120.
Here are some of the day’s best deals.
- HP Stream 11 Windows notebook for $180 – HP (or refurb for $120 from Groupon)
- HP Stream 13 Windows notebook for $210 – HP (or refurb for $170 from Groupon)
- Refurb HP Stream 13″ Windows touchscreen notebook for $190 – Groupon
Tablets and 2-in-1s
- HP Stream x360 convertible 11.6″ notebook for $250 – HP (coupon: BTSSAVE)
- HP Spectre x360 convertible 13″ notebook w/Core i7 Broadwell for $1000 – HP (coupon: BTSOFFER)
- Refurb Asus Transformer Book T100 2-in-1 Windows tablet for $140 after rebate – NeweggFlash (or $135 from Groupon)
- Refurb Asus Transformer Book Flip 13″ 2-in-1 w/Core i3 Haswell for $400 – Woot
- Toshiba Satellite Radius 11 convertible notebook for $250 – Best Buy
- Refurb Toshiba Encore 2 8″ Windows tablet for $85 – Groupon
- Apple iPod touch (5th gen) for $150 and up – Best Buy
- Name your price for $89 worth of video games – Humble Bundle
You can find more bargains in our daily deals section.
I got the Groupon $120 HP Stream 11 and spent 3 hours “upgrading” it to Windows 10. Had 2.5GB disk left.
Searched for how to free up space. Suddenly had 9GB free – more than I expected, but it seems to work.
Installed Chrome and LibreOffice. Seem to be OK.
Got the big Win 10 update, installed it; seems to be OK.
However, with all the discussion of Windows 10 spying on me, I think I’ll let it sit. My current favorite light machine is an original Acer C720 Chromebook upgraded to 128GB and, using Crouton, running Ubuntu 14.04 as well as Chrome. I much prefer it.
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