HP Stream 11.6 Inch Intel Celeron 2GB RAM 32GB eMMC Windows Cloudbook £122.99 Delivered @ eBay Argos

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HP Stream 11.6 Inch Intel Celeron 2GB RAM 32GB eMMC Windows Cloudbook £122.99 Delivered @ eBay Argos

If you're looking for a laptop for your kids to explore the internet on, and do their homework, then look no further. The HP Stream 11.6 Inch Intel Celeron 2GB RAM 32GB eMMC Windows Cloudbook is reduced to just £122.99 delivered at eBay Argos and it even comes in a funky purple colour.

HP Stream 11.6 Inch Intel Celeron 2GB RAM 32GB eMMC Windows Cloudbook

The HP Stream Windows Cloudbook boasts an Intel Celeron N3060 processor, dual core processor with a speed of 1.6GHz.

It has 2GB RAM DDR3, 32GB eMMC storage and uses the Microsoft Windows 10 S operating system. The 11.6" screen is a great size for watching You Tube videos on and movies too. Plus the high definition display gives you a crisp picture.

The battery runs for up to 11 hours with each full charge, which is impressive. As this is a Cloudbook, there is no disc drive.

This wouldn't be suitable for any serious gaming on as the Intel HD Graphics 400 graphics card is fine for general use.

Look down the side and you'll find an SD media card reader, a USB 2.0 port, a USB 3.1 port, ethernet port and a micro-HDMI port.

If you've got wireless accessories that you'd like to connect to this Cloudbook then you can with the Bluetooth connectivity.
The most important features that your tween/teen will look for is that it's Wi-Fi enabled, which it is. Plus, there's a built-in webcam, built-in mic and DTS sound system.

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  • Donna C.

    We'd pay more for an actual computer because this has a memory card not a hard drive, a mere 2Gb RAM, and there's a reason we call that processor the celery (and it's not because it's fast); its pretty much a calculator by today's standards, except it'll crash, a lot!

    An Amazon Fire HD tablet will cost much less but will be far more reliable, and (with the option of buying a bluetooth keyboard) is just as good for documents, spreadsheets, web browsing, and email, which is all this is good for.