HP has announced the release of two new tablets earlier today, the HP Stream 7 and the HP Stream 8 with Windows 8.1 on both of the tablets. The HP Stream line is designed to compete with tablets like the Huawei Honor Tablet, Lenovo IdeaPad, Acer Iconia, Toshiba Encore Mini and Asus Memo Pad. HP aims to offer customers tablets that run Windows 8.1 with full desktop integration and prices that can compete with the cheap Android tablets you can find on the market.
The HP Stream 7 and HP Stream 8 don’t differ very much, except for their sizes. The HP Stream 7 is a 7 inch tablet whilst the HP Stream 8 is an 8 inch one, both falling into the compact tablet line. Both these HP tablets sport HD displays and quad core CPUs, but we don’t what kind yet. The HP Stream tablets come with a free 1 year Skype and Microsoft Office 365 Personal subscription, as well as 1 TB of OneDrive storage for free. You also get 200 MB of free 4G data every month, for life.
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