Recently, HP announced the launch of four new Windows products, more precisely of the Stream 7 tablet that comes in two size versions, the HP Stream 11, and the HP Stream 13 laptop. While the 7-inch Stream 7 tablet is available for just $99, the 8-inch version will arrive in November at a $149 price tag.


Both these tablets are using Intel chipsets and a year-long subscription to Office 365 Personal with 1 TB of OneDrive storage and 60 minutes of Skype calls each month. Also, once we buy the 8-inch tablet, we’ll get 200 MB of free LTE data each month with no contract for the life of the device.

Getting to the HP Stream laptops, we have the 11.6-inch model that brings a HD display and the 13.3-inch version that offers optional a touch display. Like we get in the tablets, we have here some Intel Celeron processor in both these laptops. While the HP Stream 11 is available for a $199 price tag, the Stream 13 laptop cand be yours for $229.