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Hp Stream: lightweight PCs and tablets that challenge Google Chromebooks

HP Stream a new type of PC, with a thin and light design, with free cloud storage.

HP Stream PCs and tablets are born from the strengthened alliance with Microsoft. "Today's consumers require mobile products that adapt to their personal style and allow them to work and play anywhere," explained Louis Perrin, Director, Consumer Products, Printing and Personal Systems Group, HP EMEA. Here comes the HP Stream line, which contains thin and light cloud-based Windows products suitable for working and playing easily anywhere. The line includes two new notebook PCs, a convertible PC and two new tablets. "HP Stream products hit the mark with slim design, portability, access to free cloud storage and ease of use of Windows and Office 365," continues Perrin.HP Stream a new type of Windows notebook PChp_stream_13-3_orchid_magenta_front-100462976-orig "width =" 300 "height =" 255 "srcset =" .jpg 300w, 1024w "sizes =" (max-width: 300px) 100vw, 300px "/>, slim and light in design, with free cloud storage for instant access and content sharing for a year, with 1TB of storage in Microsoft OneDrive and Office 365 Personal for editing, sharing or real-time collaboration and a promotional gift card that can be used to obtain any content present in the Windows App Store, such as XBOX apps, videos or games.It will be on the market in 33.7 cm (13.3 inches), 29.4 cm (11.6 inches) with prices starting respectively from 249 and 219 including VAT. To these are added the HP Stream x360 convertible PC, which allows users can easily switch from a notebook to a tablet or tent or stand mode to watch movies and videos or play games, while maintaining all the features of a powerful notebook. The HP Stream portfolio also includes the HP Stream 35 notebook, 5 cm (14 inches), available in Italy starting at 289. Slim design, value-added cloud services and extended battery life make HP Stream a captivating mobile device for customers on the go.Windows HP Stream 7 and HP tablets Stream 8 instead will be available in Italy from December starting from 129 and 229 including VAT. These 17.7 cm (7 inch) and 20.3 cm (8 inch) tablets, connected to the cloud and based on Intel processor include Office 365 Personal for one year and 60 minutes of Skype per month, 1 TB of storage space in Microsoft OneDrive for a year and a Windows 8.1 experience. These technologies can be equipped with HP DataPass, which allows customers to connect to the Internet with integrated 3G + mobile band service without the need for a contract.</p><div class=

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