Today, HP has launched a bunch of new Windows tablets, at the entry-level price range. The two, dubbed the Stream 7 and stream 8, are said to offer a year-long subscription to Microsoft’s Office 365 Personal package, plus a very generous 1TB OneDrive storage, as well as 60 minutes of free Skype calls. The smaller model, the 7-inch HP Stream 7 tablet, which will be due on November for only $99, is powered by an Intel Atom quad-core processor (Atom Z3735G) under the lid, paired with a 1280 x 800 pixel display on top with 1GB of RAM, and 16GB of solid state storage. We’re also looking at a pair of integrated stereo speakers on board alongside an optional 4G LTE network connectivity, and a standard microUSB hosting port. The bigger flavor, the 8-inch HP Stream 8, is much like the 7-incher, with a similar interface and the same capacity and internal processor. It comes with an extra inch for the real-estate surface and a $150 price tag and with the same guaranteed delivery date for ground shipping, starting sometime this November.
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