HP Stream 11 Laptop Includes Office 365 Personal for One Year (Horizon Blue)
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- 2.16 GHz Intel Celeron Dual Core N3540
- 2GB DDR3L SDRAM
- 32GB Solid-State Drive and 1TB OneDrive Cloud Storage for one year
- 11.6-Inch Screen
- Windows 8.1
- Intel HD graphics
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HP Stream 11-d010nr Notebook Work from a happy place with a Windows-based PC that lets you store your content in the cloud for easy access in more places. Cloud storage included: Get 1TB of Microsoft OneDrive so you can store all you want for a year. Thinner, lighter design: With flash storage and fan less design, this PC is built for cloud computing on-the-go. Office 365 Personal included Windows 8.1 with Bing Processor: Intel Celeron N2840 Processor Display: 11.6-inch diagonal HD Antiglare WLED-backlit display (1366 x 768) Memory: On-board 2GB 1333 MHz DDR3L SDRAM Storage: 32GB eMMC Graphics: Intel HD graphics Battery life: Up to 8 hours and 15 minutes Product weight: 2.82 lb. Keyboard: 97% size island-style keyboard See it clearly with HD: Experience your digital world with the crystal-clear HD display. 32GB flash storage: Recently accessed files save to flash storage for quick and easy recall. Windows Store gift card included: Buy apps, games, music, movies, and more from the online Windows Store. DTS Studio Sound: Enjoy dynamic audio nuances and rich sounds with DTS Studio Sound. Dual-core processors: Quality processing power means everyday productivity. Packed with ports: Connect to displays, printers, devices and more with ease. Fanless 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-all in one place. 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 Free Setup Service: Easily set up your PC with trained and certified agents. McAfee: Free 30-day Trial of McAfee Live Safe service included. ENERGY
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HP Stream 11-d010nr Notebook
- Windows 8.1 operating system
- 2GB memory
- 32GB storage
- Intel Celeron processor
- 11.6-inch screen
- Up to 8 hours and 15 minutes of battery life
- 2.80 Pounds
HP Stream 11-d010nr Notebook
Work from a happy place with a stylish, affordable, Windows-based PC. Store content in the cloud for easy access from anywhere you have Internet.
- Get 1TB of OneDrive cloud storage included for one year so you can easily store and share your favorite photos, videos, documents, files, and more.
- Optimized for both online and offline use, the full version of Office 365 Personal includes Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint, OneNote, and Access, plus cloud integration for one year.
- Thanks to an innovative fanless design and flash storage, the sleek HP Stream is built for cloud computing on the go.
- Microsoft Gift Card included for purchasing games, movies, music and more.
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Free cloud storage: Get 1TB of Microsoft OneDrive so you can store all you want for a year (The OneDrive cloud storage offer is available only with the included Office 365 Personal subscription for a limited time. Check the activation card inside the package for details. For more information, go to the official website.)
Office 365 Personal included: Keep up with business anywhere with a one-year subscription included (Office 365 Personal 1-year with activation required within six months. Internet access is required and not included. For more information, see website.)
Thinner, lighter design: With flash storage and fanless design, this PC is built for cloud computing on the go
See it clearly with HD: Experience your digital world with the crystal-clear HD display
32GB flash storage: Recently accessed files save to flash storage for quick and easy recall
Windows Store gift card included: Buy apps, games, music, movies, and more from the online Windows Store (Limited Time Offer and available in select countries. To redeem, visit website for information on the offer, availability, and terms. Internet service required and not included. Microsoft account required to install apps from the Windows Store. Gift card included with purchase. Restrictions apply.)
HP Free Setup Service: Easily set up your PC with trained and certified agents (Limited to one call within 90 days of purchase. For more information, see included information card.)
Fanless design: Your system runs quietly with a design that eliminates the fan
HP TrueVision HD Webcam: Capture all the details with vibrant clarity, even in low light
Dual-core processors: Quality processing power means everyday productivity
DTS Studio Sound: Enjoy dynamic audio nuances and rich sounds with DTS Studio Sound
HP Support Assistant: Enjoy immediate, always-on, self-help support built right into your PC, for the life of your PC, absolutely free
Netflix: Instantly watch TV episodes and movies over the Internet on your PC. (Internet access required and not included.)
McAfee LiveSafe: Free 30-day Trial of McAfee LiveSafe service included. McAfee LiveSafe service enriches your digital life by protecting your data, identity and all your devices so you can connect with confidence. (Internet access required and not included. Subscription required after 30 days trial period.)
Windows – One experience for everything in your life
More ways to get more done
Flexibility to work the way you want, either using the familiar Windows desktop or the new Windows Start screen.
Works with your existing hardware
Works with the devices that matter most—printers, cameras, USBs, and more.
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Runs desktop apps you care about, and thousands more in the Windows Store.
Notebook accessories (sold separately)
- HP 11.6-inches Spectrum Stream Sleeve in horizon blue or orchid magenta: Sleek design with micro-suede interior provides padded protection for your notebook
Operating system: Windows 8.1 with Bing
Memory: On-board 2GB 1333MHz DDR3L SDRAM
Storage: 32GB eMMC
Processor: Intel Celeron N2840 Processor (2.16GHz with Turbo Boost Technology up to 2.58GHz)
Graphics: Intel HD graphics
Display: 11.6-inch diagonal HD AntiGlare WLED-backlit display (1366 x 768)
Battery life: Up to 8 hours and 15 minutes
Weight: 2.80 Pounds
Dimensions: 11.81w x 8.10d x 0.78h inches
Wireless: 1x1 802.11b/g/n WLAN and Bluetooth
Product color: HP finish in gradient micro dot horizon blue with a horizon blue to light turquoise keyboard dock
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. I always wanted to buy a sleek laptop and almost zero'ed in on Macbook Air which
blows everything else away but ended up with this as it has windows 8.1 which I can use to run almost every application. I also use Linux with USB boot when needed and didnt find any issues with it either.
. Got this for USD 199 dollars so its a steal in INR 12000.
. Able to play all types of videos, music etc. I dont play games on laptop so haven't tried that yet. Good sound. Connected to my HDTV via HDMI port/cable and worked just fine.
. Really lightweight, compact. Good display. Contrary to many reviews, I didn't find keyboard & trackpad finicky and cheap at all. It does the work.
. I use this to connect to office n/w as BYOD is supported. So my entire office work is getting done on this laptop now. Easy to travel with as well.
. Wont run much of heavy duty applications like Visio, itunes outlook with 20 gigs of PST and 5 tabs of browser open. Buy other laptop if you want super charged experience.
. Colour and aesthetics. Doesnt come in black. Though I love the Horizon Blue colour, some may not like it.
. CPU can be sluggish and browser can be nonresponsive some times. Remove all the bloatware and do not run many applications together. This can save the CPU from getting hammered.
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Removing the crapware and adware took 2 hours plus another hour to install Windows update. I removed all the browser extensions and add-ons in IE and then installed Chrome. Then I installed CCleaner and removed McAfee anti-virus so that I can just use the free Microsoft AV. Also removed a bunch of bloatware like Cisco wireless networking utilities like LEAP and Apple Bonjour. Removed the Realtek card reader software since it slows the card reader down. Then downloaded fresh Realtek card reader driver and manually installed the driver without using their setup program.
UPDATE - I had to remove all the HP tools (support and registration) as well. They were intermittently hammering the CPU to 100% and other people in HP forums were complaining about this problem. Once uninstalled, the CPU usage problems went away. Something else that caused some mildly high CPU usage during media playback was the Realtek DTS audio processing service and I've disabled that and the system performs better. It was not needed for playback quality and it was actually detrimental to audio recording quality.
The thing that slowed me down was that I had to gather my nephew's personal info to create a Microsoft account for him. It was mandatory since this is the free version of MS Windows 8.1 (with Bing). But the MS Account allows him to use MS Office online for free so it's worth setting up. I also had to carefully remove 3 stickers on the keyboard rest. Intel sticker was tilted. Now it's a beautiful clean system and it boots very fast and loads everything fast. It handles most computing tasks just fine and now I'm loathed to give this away.
Some people will complain about the 2GB of RAM which is not expandable, but I never have any problems with 2GB RAM because I don't leave a 20 browser tabs open. You're not going to use this laptop for 3D intensive gaming or 3D rendering so the RAM shouldn't be an issue. I have a desktop computer with 8 GB of RAM for running games and virtual machines and content production and no one should expect the HP Stream 13 to perform this role. It runs fewer than 10 web browser tabs just fine and it's extremely snappy running Microsoft Office Online or Google apps.
I ran a Youtube 1080P on Chrome browser. Google is screwing all of us now by forcing their VP9 codec on us which forces this computer to use software video decoding. This dual-core CPU is pegged at 100% utilization and forced to overclock to 2.58 GHz and it will still hiccup if a youtube ad shows up. Of course this is just chewing up the battery. By comparison, I tested a 1080P H.264 .MP4 video downloaded from Google and the CPU hovered around 8% during smooth playback. Google needs to shove their VP8 & VP9 codec where the sun don't shine. But thank goodness for "Magic Actions for YouTube" (a Chrome plugin) letting me disable Google's VP9 HTML5 crap. Now Chrome runs Youtube in flash mode with H.264 hardware decoding and the CPU hovers around 20%. Here's a screenshot of the CPU pegged at 100% with VP9 software decode [...]. Here's the CPU hovering at 20% using Flash mode with H.264 hardware decode [...].
I've been hammering on this system with tests for over two hours. The Intel N2840 2.16 GHz processor is being forced to burst to 2.58 GHz from all the work I'm throwing at it. Windows Update is hammering the IO and CPU. The brightness level is even set to 60% and the battery level still reads 79% with 4 hours 24 minutes remaining.
After all the tweaks and cleanup I've done, the slim HP Stream 13 3.42 lb laptop is running smooth as butter. The 13.3" 1366x768 non-glare matte screen is the perfect compromise between viewabiliy and compactness. Would be even nicer if HP could sell us a 1920x1080 13.3" screen but probably not at the $230 price point. Another small gripe is that the bezel is a little bigger than I'd like.
The Stream 13 has a 720P webcam, but I wouldn't even call it 360P quality. It's incredibly grainy using indoor lighting, but what were you expecting for a $230 laptop? It's certainly not going to look like the camera on the MacBook Pro. Get yourself a $66 Logitech C920 which has awesome image quality and 1080P hardware encoding if you want a nice webcam. Even a $29 720P webcam will look leaps and bounds better.
On the audio output side, the HP Stream 13 has good sound output from the TRRS jack. It can drive my large 808 headphones with authority. By comparison, my Lenovo ThinkPad T430 business laptop couldn't push my 808s at all! The audio recording on the other hand stinks in the default setting. The integrated microphone sucks like most integrated microphones on laptops. It is very laggy because of all the noise cancellation algorithms they apply to it. The recorded sound (using Audacity) is noise free but it is extremely unnatural due to excessive noise reduction. I don't like the recorded sound at all.
UPDATE - After disabling the DTS Realtek audio processing, the playback quality was still just as good. Recording with the internal microphone actually improved a lot. The internal microphone in the HP Stream 13 actually isn't too shabby. It is surprisingly usable quality for VoIP or Video Calling.
The Stream 13 also has a 3.5mm TRRS phone connector port for headphones and earbuds with microphones. That means you can use the same earbuds with mic that you use with your smartphone. The problem is that while it sounds a lot more natural than the integrated microphone, it's a faint yet noisy signal. The input volume was set to 100% with a 10 dB (fake software preamp) boost and it's still only reaching 20% peak sound levels in Audacity. My Nexus 4 and Samsung S4 on the other hand produce extremely good quality recordings with the same earbuds or headphones with microphones. To put this in context, my Lenovo ThinkPad T430 from work has the same audio recording quality problems with the integrated mic and TRRS port.
If you want to work around these sound recording issues, buy yourself a $34 Samson GoMic. It's the best money you'll ever spend on a USB microphone. The other option is that you can get a bluetooth headphone with microphone since the HP Stream 13 has bluetooth capability.
The trackpad on the HP Stream 13 is large and usable. It supports gestures like two-finger scrolling. But if you really want a good experience, buy a bluetooth mouse and use the integrated bluetooth in the Stream 13.
Lastly, here are the disk performance results for the internal 32 GB SSD storage. It's one of the slowest SSDs on the market, but it's still around 15 times faster than a normal hard drive when it comes to small file transfers.
This is a superb mobility laptop for the money, but only if you remove all the crapware and apply all the optimizations I performed above.
Summary of crapware removed and optimizations performed.
* Apple Bonjour.
* Cisco LEAP and EAPFAST
* McAfee AV
* Realtek cardreader software (note that you need to download just the new drivers and then just install drivers manually without software. Don't remove if you don't know how to install new drivers because you'll lose the card reader)
* HP Tools registration
* HP Tools support
* Disable Realtek DTS audio effects. Just type DTS at start screen and the program will pop up.
* Install Chrome
* If you use Chrome, install "Magic Actions for YouTube" plugin for Chrome to disable ads, pick the default resolution, and force Flash mode instead of HTML5 mode. Flash mode uses H.264 MPEG AVC video which supports hardware acceleration for very low CPU usage.
Price, great quality for the price.
Colors, I like the odd colors and the "gradient" blue on the interior looks really cool accented with white keys.
Webcam, has an OK integrated webcam. Just $15 I don't have to spend for a different crappy one.
Microsoft Office, there's an entire year of Microsoft 365 included in this deal (at least when I bought it).
Microsoft Gift Card, there's a $25 gift card to use on the Microsoft Store.
Lightweight, this laptop weighs 2 something pounds and is easy to pick up and hold in one hand.
Keyboard, the keys are great and feel a lot like a Mac keyboard they are also easy to type on. It took me probably less than 5 minutes to get accustomed to the size of the keyboard and where the keys are.
Size, I like that it is the same size as a Notebook, but it's totally a laptop.
Processor speed, okay, this processor isn't great in comparison to a lot of laptops. But given it's only a $200 laptop and a lot of those other laptops with amazing processors are over $1000. It loads web pages fast and plays videos. One review I watched said that youtube videos lagged a tiny bit in fullscreen, but I haven't noticed that at all.
Fanless design (SSD), I love the solid state drive and that there's no fan. This laptop stays cool as a breeze. The charger on the other hand, does not.
OS, Windows 8.1 is fairly easy to operate on this laptop. I had to adjust the settings on the shortcuts for the trackpad because it made it really difficult to navigate the start menu, but it's great now and easy to navigate.
Battery, this battery lasts a heck of a long time. I was browsing the web and typing on word for a total of at least 5 hours before the battery reached "low" at 15%.
It's like a better Chromebook, I got to say, HP outdid themselves with this laptop. It's a great quality for only $200 and it's only rivals price-wise are Chromebooks which have a joke for an OS. This laptop has Windows 8.1! Perfect for a student or a teen for web browsing. Great for a portable notebook for work too if the colors don't bother you. It's also just as fast as the Chromebook. It doesn't start up as fast, but browses awesome and it has Microsoft Office and is compatible with ALL the downloadable and online games like Minecraft, League of Legends and Runescape, unlike the Chromebook.
Screen, the screen is not very bright and there's not a ton of contrast in it.
Processor, okay, this is a pro and a con for me. It's AMAZING for the price you're paying and GREAT for web browsing and videos, but not for gaming. I really like the Sims, and I don't know if I'll be able to play it on this laptop. But I didn't really expect to be able to at the price. Still makes it a con for me though.
Trackpad, the trackpad is really unresponsive to clicks. Every review told me this was a con and so I expected it, there's got to be some downfall to such a cheap computer! It's not so horrible that it makes me want to punch the laptop, just a tiny irritating at times. Plus, you can always use a wireless mouse!
CD Drive, there is no CD drive. Alas, I cannot watch DVD's or even try to play my Sims. I'll have to buy an external CD drive.
I've had it about a week, and I'll hopefully post an update in a few months to see how it's holding up!