HP Stream 14-z010nr Notebook Get the job done with this innovative cloud-connected Windows PC. Store your content in the cloud for easy access from anywhere you have internet. Free OneDrive cloud storage: Get 100GB of storage for two years. Thinner, lighter design: With flash memory and fan less design, this PC is built for cloud computing on-the-go. Windows productivity: Enjoy cloud computing with the fast and fluid Windows 8.1 Beats Audio: Designed for the best-sounding, richest audio on a PC. Processor: AMD A4 Micro-6400T Quad 4.5W Display: 14.0-inch diagonal HD Bright View WLED-backlit display (1366 x 768) Memory: On-board 2GB 1600MHz DDR3L SDRAM Storage: 32GB eMMC Graphics: AMD Radeon R3 graphics Battery life: Up to 6 hours and 30 minutes Product weight: 3.86 lb. Keyboard: Full-size island-style keyboard Featuring Windows 8.1 Flash memory: Recently accessed files save to flash memory for quick and easy recall. Packed with ports: Connect easily. No dongles required. Fan less design: Your system runs quietly with a design that eliminates the fan. HP Connected Drive: Find and access your files across your PC, tablet, smartphone, and online Services HP Connected Photo: Enjoy your photos, anytime, all in one place HP Connected Music: Listen to music from multiple sources – all from one app. HP True Vision HD webcam: Capture all the details with a wide viewing angle lens, even in low light. HP Simple Pass: Access online accounts using a single password or PIN with HP Simple Pass. McAfee: Free 30-day Trial of McAfee Live Safe service included. ENERGY STAR Qualified 24×7 toll-free technical & limited software support assistance via online chat or phone

3 thoughts on “HP Stream 14 Quad Core Laptop with Beats Audio (Natural Silver)

  1. Lon J. Seidman "lon@ lon.tv" says:

    Surprisingly good gaming / 3D Performance, lackluster web performance and bad trackpad It is exciting to see affordable Windows PCs that are now competitive with similar Chromebook devices. This one from HP performs quite well in most applications although its computational performance lags behind its 3D and gaming capabilities.The Stream has a 14″ non-touchscreen display with 2 gigs of RAM and a 32 gig solid state drive. Neither are upgradeable. About half the drive’s capacity is taken up by operating system and its recovery partition. So expect only about 16-17 gigabytes of free space. They provide a free two year subscription to Microsoft’s cloud service which comes with 100 gigs of cloud storage.Gaming performance is surprising. The HP Stream scored over 20,000 on the 3DMark tablet game performance test which is very respectable. It also very smoothly played Portal 2 at the Stream’s native 1366×768 resolution and with anti aliasing turned on.Web browsing performance was not as good. The Stream scored…

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