Full Stream ahead: Stay entertained and productive wherever you go with the pocket-sized HP Stream 7 Signature Edition tablet. It has plenty of speed and power to handle all your work and play, and is sleek, slim, and lightweight, making it a breeze to take everywhere you’re headed. Office 365 Personal included: The Stream 7 comes with a 1-year subscription to Office 365 Personal ($69.99 value) to keep you productive wherever you are. You get the latest versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and more, plus 1TB of OneDrive online storage to share your photos, videos, documents, and more. 1 year limited warranty. Free $25 Windows Store Gift Card: With Windows Store Gift cards, you can buy apps, games, movies, music** and more on Windows, Windows Phone, and Xbox. $25 Windows Store gift card must be redeemed by December 31, 2015. Customers have 90 days to spend their balance after redeeming the gift card. Not redeemable on earlier versions of Windows and Windows Phone. Windows 8 users: Update to Windows 8.1 for free through the Windows Store. For full terms and conditions, visit: http://www.Microsoft.com/HPStream. **Music: Only for purchase of individual tracks and Xbox Music Pass on Windows 8.1, or Xbox Music Pass on Xbox One (Xbox Live required). Intel quad core processor: Work or play, you can expect great speed and responsiveness from the Stream 7’s Intel Atom Z3735G quad core processor. It’s engineered for optimal system performance along with fast video and page loads without your battery life suffering. Vibrant HD IPS display: A stunning HD display delivers razor-sharp resolution and brilliant picture quality for everything you’re looking at. And with IPS technology (in-plane switching), it ensures a clear view from any angle along with accurate, lifelike colors that will delight your eyes. Signature Edition: Exclusive to Microsoft, the Stream 7 Signature Edition tablet is fine-tuned for fast performance from the second you turn it on. It comes protected with premium, free anti-virus software that never expires. And best of all, it comes without any annoying junkware or trialware, giving you peace of mind that your tablet will always be clean, fast, and protected.

3 thoughts on “HP Stream 7 Tablet 32 GB Windows 8.1 Signature Edition

  1. AAumento81 says:

    HP knocks one out of the park… with only a few negatives. I bought the signature edition of the HP Stream 7 from the Microsoft store after stumbling upon this device on a few tech blogs. At first I was mystified because of the low price! A full WIndows 8.1 tablet and 1-year free of Office 365…. all for $99??? I have other tablets (Nexus 7 2012, Nexus 7 2013, Ipad 3rd Generation, Kindle Fire HDX 7 and a Barnes and Noble Nook HD+). I know it is silly to have so many devices especially when some go unused for months at a time but eventually I pick them all up and use them while others are charging. The only thing missing from my collection at the time was a Windows tablet. I heard horrible things about RT and other full-Windows tablets were a little pricier so I thought maybe this would be the one thing I could not have. I have seen other “budget” Windows tablets recently but the reviews have been horrible. I decided to give this a shot because the early adopters raved about it. I have had this baby since November so I will…

  2. Thomas Brian Burns says:

    Like it? Yes. Recommend it? Different story. Around Thanksgiving, it became clear that my Nexus 7 (2012 wi-fi 32gb version) was beyond hope of restoration. With my birthday coming up, my wife suggested I consider a Windows tablet, since I’m already running Windows 8.1 on my phone and my laptop. Didn’t think much about it until I handled an HP Stream 7, considered the price (including a $25 discount on a 2-year protection plan), and picked one up. It’s the “Signature” model, which just means that it comes without additional HP content pre-installed.After using it for something over a month, my thoughts:One huge caveat before I begin — there is a well-known, widespread issue with the Stream 7: a low-level, buzzing/hissing through the headphones (but not with Bluetooth) when you play any media files; the audio will often mask it, but in quiet moments it comes through. If your plan is to use a Stream 7 for listening to music or watching movies, I strongly recommend making your purchase either through a…

  3. Piaw Na says:

    An amazing value by any measure A fall from the couch destroyed the screen of our 2 year old Nexus 10. You can’t easily repair tablets, so we needed a replacement. Our household’s been moving away from Android tablets in recent years: compared to Windows tablets, they offer poor value, and more saliently, you simply can’t use Amazon Instant Video on them, which is where most of our video consumption comes from, since we are Amazon Prime customers and are not about to pay for video from any other source any time soon. Amazon’s Fire tablets are similarly non-contenders because they offer a poor experience for YouTube.If you were to tell me 4 years ago that the tablet-specific OSes such as Android would perform less well than a version of Windows on low-memory machines, I’d have laughed at you. Microsoft has a well-deserved reputation for writing bloatware that expands to eat all available CPU, memory, and storage resources. The funny thing is that on small memory machines now, Windows 8.1 rules! The OS is…

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