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The HP Stream 11 is a Windows notebook with entry-level specs and an entry-level price. It features an 11.6 inch, 1366 x 768 pixel display, an Intel Celeron N2840 Bay Trail processor, 2GB of RAM, and 32GB of eMMC storage.
HP’s little laptop has a list price of $200, although it’s often available for less — right now the company is selling the Stream 11 for $180. Not good enough? Groupon is selling a refurbished model for $130.
Here are some of the day’s best deals.
Notebooks and 2-in-1s
- Refurb HP Stream 11 Windows notebook for $130 – Groupon
- Refurb HP Stream 13 Windows notebook for $190 – Groupon
- Asus Transformer Book T100 Chi 2-in-1 w/Atom Z3775, 64GB storage for $300 – Dealfisher (via eBay)
- Dell XPS 13 w/QHD+ touchscreen display for $1100 – Adorama (via eBay)
Tablets and smartphones
- Refurb HP Stream 7 Windows tablet for $70 – Groupon
- LG G Flex 2 smartphone w/Snapdragon 810 for $250 – QualityCellz (via eBay)
- Amazon Fire Phone w/64GB + 1 year Prime for $155 – QualityCellz (via eBay)
- Amazon Fire TV Stick for $34 – Amazon
- Google Chromecast for $30 – Amazon
- Refurb Google Chromecast for $20 – Groupon
- Roku Streaming Stick for $40 – Amazon
- Gigabyte GB-BXA8-5557 barebones mini PC w/AMD Bolton M3 for $160 – Newegg (coupon: EMCAXAP28)
- Pebble Steel smartwatch for $130 – Amazon
- Corsair 128GB USB 3.0 flash drive for $30 – Newegg (coupon: EMCAXAP48)
- Sony SmartBand (1st gen) for $30 – Verizon
You can find more bargains in our daily deals section.
wow, there still selling this crap? its been 3 years now please stop with the same model borrowed from 2008 specs.nobody wants a laptop with less hardware than a phone.(1366×768)etc
Link please to a 2008 model with these specs.
Is there a $180 phone with these specs? I have 1366×768 on my excellent T100, and whilst it might be nice to be higher, in practice I don’t see any difference to that and the 1920×1200 in my Nexus 7. And it’s my T100 that gets used far more often.
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