Hardware, Mobile Computing, VR World

HP’s Stream 7 is Going For an Amazing Price on the Microsoft Store

Mid-Feburary isn’t exactly a season for big sales, but the Stream 7 tablet from HP (NYSE: HPQ) is literally being given away at Microsoft’s (NASDAQ: MSFT) online store.

For $79 (a 20% price drop from the original price of $99) you get the 7-inch slate plus a one-year subscription to Office 365 Personal (a $69.99 value) and a Windows Store gift card worth $25.

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While the sub-$80 price is eye-catching, the Stream 7’s specs aren’t exactly top of the line. The tablet runs Windows 8.1 with Bing and is powered by an Intel Atom Z3735G SoC. For storage the tablet comes with a 32GB eMMC, 1GB of RAM, 802.11n Wi-Fi with Miracast, Bluetooth, 0.3MP front-facing camera, and 2MP rear-facing camera.

Granted, the tablet is nothing special from a hardware point of view. However, considering the device’s low price it has been given rave reviews — much better than some tablets in a slightly higher price point. If you’re in need of a tablet it would be foolish to miss out this chance to get one at such a great price.

Head to the Microsoft Store now to buy one before they are sold out.

 

  • vrm

    tell that to the analcysts- they cannot get enough of pumping m$ stock. It tanked the day after earnings but they have managed to walk it up slowly and here’s m$ unable to practically give away the same junk that analcysts are so excited will drive the stock higher.

    • Anthony Serna

      have three of them and they have worked flawless. As a media device 80 is nothing and has replaced kindles and featureless droids.