HP’s $199 Streambook 11 is Better than Before; Now Available in Different Colors
Following the $199.99 cobalt-blue streambook 11 from HP, the company has made the device available in more colours alongside a bunch of improvements and fixes.
The streambook 11 available now comes in three colour variants – Ash Silver, Violet Purple, and the originally released Cobalt Blue.
Under the hood, the device uses Celeron N3050 by Intel. This is basically Intel’s Braswell-based CPU which uses the 14nm processor.
The only downside of this is that it is a dual-core chip which runs at a somewhat lower clock speed than what users experienced with the original streambook 11.
According to HP, the device weighs in at about 2.6 lbs and is a little thinner than the original device – 18.4mm. In addition to this, it boasts a battery life of about 10 hours and 45 minutes, but of course, it is subjected to change.
Since HP received numerous complaints regarding the screen on the original notebook, the company has fixed the panel on the newer device.
If this is not good enough, you will also get 2 GB of RAM and the threadbare 32 GB of storage space alongside pre-installed copy of Windows 10 – and all this is mere $199.99.
Last but not the least, HP has also updated the 13-inch SKU of the streambook 11 which boasts almost identical specifications, but a 1366 x 768 screen resolution.
Is HP trying to open up a gateway to cheap notebooks with the all new streambook versions? Tell us what you think in the comments section below!
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