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HP Laptop Stream 11-d010nr Intel Celeron N2840 (2.16 GHz) 2 GB Memory 32 GB eMMC SSD Intel HD Graphics 11.6" Windows 8.1 with Bing

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  • Intel Celeron N2840 (2.16 GHz)
  • 2 GB Memory 32 GB eMMC SSD
  • Intel HD Graphics
  • 1366 x 768
  • Windows 8.1 with Bing
  • Microsoft Office 365 Personal and 1TB OneDrive storage

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Ownership: more than 1 year
Verified Owner
3/ 5

Pros: Its relatively cheap

Cons: It was slower than a turtle with an anvil on its back and four broken legs.
It broke 2 months after the warenty expired

Other Thoughts: Id recommend this product to stupid people
Spend $200 every year, because that's how often it breaks, or spend $500 on something actually good, that'll last you 3+ years.

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Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
4/ 5
Excellent laptop *IF* you go in understanding its limitations

Pros: I own a computer repair shop. This laptop was purchased for two reasons: it's the cheapest usable laptop on the market (with at least one USB 3.0 port) that our customers might purchase, and we needed to simulate the Windows 10 upgrade process on such a machine. We couldn't have chosen a better laptop to do this with.

First, the good stuff: it's small, light, ridiculously cheap, and the battery lasts long enough that I gave up on making it die. The visual aesthetic is refreshing, even though it does sort of look like it belongs in a child's toy box. It has a USB 3.0 port which is absolutely critical (and in my opinion is NOT optional) with a non-upgradeable computer like this one. Enough ports (USB, HDMI, headphone, SD card slot) to satisfy most casual computer users.

The Celeron N2840, though no powerhouse, is plenty fast for most basic tasks. Though all-knowing computer geeks in Internet forums would shout from the rooftops that everyone needs 8GB of RAM just to run a browser, 2GB of RAM has proven to be more than enough for the vast majority of users who are buying a computer to browse the Internet and type school papers...once all the OEM garbage software hogging the system is uninstalled. I have the entirety of Microsoft Visual Studio 2015 and Python 3 installed! The computer has proven usable for coding, so don't dismiss this laptop just because it looks weak on specs.

The "hard drive" (SSD) is both a pro and con. The good part is that it is true flash-based storage with no moving parts and is faster than most mechanical hard drives, particularly with typical workloads for a dirt cheap laptop. Though small, it is sufficient for all basic computer tasks. See "Cons" for the other side of the coin.

Moving to Windows 10 massively improves the user experience on this laptop. The upgrade process requires a FAT-formatted external hard drive or large flash drive due to lack of storage space for the installer, but it's worth it. Be sure to tell the Win10 installer to "keep nothing" and start you from scratch. See "Cons" for more info.

One last thing: it worked great with a 1080p television, external speaker system, and Netflix. Sometimes that's all you care about!

Cons: Interesting observation: this computer is literally a Chromebook motherboard with a proper PC UEFI BIOS and keyboard. This explains some of the caveats I'm about to dump on your head...

NOTHING INTERNAL CAN BE UPGRADED. PERIOD. The CPU, SSD, and RAM are all BGA components soldered directly to the motherboard. Need more speed, disk space, or memory in the future? You'll be buying a whole new laptop. This is somewhat mitigated by the SD card slot and USB 3.0 port; adding an SD card as secondary data storage adds no weight and can effectively quadruple your storage; then again, if you blow $50 on an SD card, you *could* have just bought a better laptop...

The hard drive in this laptop is a 32GB eMMC "solid-state drive" which is technically correct but implies that there's an advanced SSD controller involved, but the truth is that the single-chip SSD is the same flash chip they use in 32GB Android tablets...and it's not truly 32GB, it's "hard drive marketing gigabytes" (32,000,000,000 bytes) which is 29.8 real-world computer gigabytes.

Further exacerbating the space issue (and generating poor reviews complaining of no free space left) is the Windows 8.1 installation method used: the "recovery partition" *IS* both the Windows installation and the recovery partition at the same time. After bloatware and Windows updates are accounted for, remaining space goes away FAST. I found that the solution was to upgrade to Windows 10 and selecting to "keep nothing," then use Disk Management (Start > type "diskmgmt.msc", hit Enter) to throw out the recovery partition and then extend the Windows 10 system partition to fill the SSD.

The touchpad is usable, but stiff and sometimes frustrating. There's also a MAJOR PROBLEM that you need to know about: this is an I2C touchpad behind an Intel I2C bus that no version of Windows has built-in drivers for. ALL WINDOWS INSTALLERS WILL REQUIRE AN EXTERNAL USB MOUSE UNTIL YOU GET THE I2C AND TOUCHPAD DRIVERS. Run the Win10 upgrade and you'll lose your touchpad in the middle of the process until Win10 pulls the drivers from Windows Update. You have been warned!

2GB of RAM is usable, but can be limiting for power users, as is the 1366x768 screen and low-power Celeron processor. You absolutely won't be running Adobe Premiere or playing any modern 3D PC games on this computer; it's just not made for that kind of stuff and will laugh at you and explode if you try. Web browsers, office suites, and Visual Studio are about as far as you'll want to push it. If you buy this laptop, KNOW AND UNDERSTAND ITS LIMITS.

For Linux people: because this "SSD" is actually on an internal MMC bus when enumerated by Linux, it will be /dev/mmcblk0 rather than /dev/sda and the partitions will be /dev/mmcblk0p[0-9]* rather than /dev/sda[0-9]*. This admittedly caught me off guard when I first explored the system, and is part of how I know it's a repurposed Chromebook design.

Other Thoughts: This laptop is the netbook of the mid-2010s: small, light, long battery life, and minimal specifications geared towards your typical "coffee shop Wi-Fi" user who wants a dirt cheap machine. It has limitations, compromises, and caveats, but that's what you get when you don't want to cough up over $200 for a new laptop. Don't buy it if you anticipate your needs changing down the line. Don't buy it and then write a bad review because you knew the specifications and ignored them at your own peril.

Buy this if you need a light, capable, long-lasting, minimal laptop for the least amount of money possible and don't want to take the risk that comes with refurbished units. It's excellent for what it was built for: browsing, office suites, video streaming, and other common "light" tasks. It'll do some professional applications like Photoshop in a pinch, but it's definitely not recommended.

This laptop's price point means that it is practically disposable compared to more expensive units in the same size category; for the price of the cheapest MacBook Air on the market, you can buy FOUR of these and simply laugh it off when a couple get dropped or stolen, not that anyone wants to steal a laptop that looks like a child's at least it has excellent built-in anti-theft measures, right? :-)

Oh, and you really should get a wired laptop mouse to take along with it; you'll need it for Windows 10 installation and for when the stiff touchpad finally gets on your last nerve.

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Ownership: less than 1 day
4/ 5
Surprizingly zippy little laptop

Pros: Excellent battery life, good screen, fast boot, free Windows 10 upgrade

Cons: Seemingly non up gradable RAM and HD. I haven't actually opened it to check thouh

Other Thoughts: A very good value at $129 and very light weight. An excellent value as a simple travel laptop.

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Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
3/ 5
Very basic notebook

Pros: Cheap, does basic tasks like email, web browsing, document creation. Good keyboard

Cons: Limited RAM and storage not upgradable. Makes running Windows challenging at times. Screen poor quality for brightness and colors wash out at higher brightness setting. Bad touchpad freezes at times, too small for multiple gestures like swipe.

Other Thoughts: Just a basic cheap notebook for basic tasks. Limiting factors are RAM and storage space. These kind of hardware specs are great for a Chromebook but kind of restrictive for a full Windows OS. If your fine with one or two tabs open on a browser, or just streaming Netflix, emailing or other basic tasks. This notebook works fine. But its not for gaming, video editing, a big multi tasking user or anyone who tires of laggy response at times.
Also the keyboard is terrific, but the touchpad is worthless for anything but basic inputs. Gestures like swipe have too many false inputs because of small pad. Two finger scroll fine but disable swipes. Definitely get rid of McAfee Live safe. Eats up what little ram you have and works CPU too hard scanning. Stick with Defender or use something like Malwarebytes that does not always run. Also Chrome does not like the 2GB RAM. Again, maxes out RAM easily. Unfortunately IE 11 seems to be the best at using the limited RAM on this PC.

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Ownership: less than 1 day
Verified Owner
5/ 5
Impressive for a small laptop

Pros: The price is right on this little laptop. It's very quiet--which is funny to say, because I never thought of a laptop as loud before, but all the same--and the way the color fades on the case gives it a touch of fun instead of just being plain white or black. The keyboard is great. I needed a machine the price of a netbook but with a keyboard that didn't make my wrists ache to use, because I'm a full time freelance writer. This looks like it will fit the bill perfectly.

Although I've had the laptop for about two hours, I've typed about 2000 words on it, and my fingers aren't annoyed at all. The keys are just a little bit roughened, which makes it easier somehow to keep your fingers where they need to be. Unlike a lot of inexpensive chromebooks and such that I've looked at, this laptop doesn't feel like it was cheaply made.

It's lightweight, wakes up very quickly from sleeping, and generally is behaving quite well for a little bug of a laptop.

Cons: All the cons are expected based on the price. With only 2gigs of RAM, this is far from the fastest laptop I've ever used, though the rapid speeds of the SSD seems to be making up much more than I expected. I can stream video or music on this, but if I was trying to do much more than listen to music and type, I think I might give the laptop a coronary. Don't purchase this laptop if you want it to be a desktop replacement, or even a gaming machine. If you want a mobile typewriter that lets you check your email, you're golden.

Other Thoughts: I had been eyeing a Chromebook for about two years now, but in the end, I don't want to commit myself to the Google ecosystem quite yet. While lots of things can be satisfactorily done in the cloud, for a writer, there are still some features that are only accessible in desktop functions. This laptop is the perfect combination for me between lightweight portability and a solid OS that I can actually install a couple of programs on.

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Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
4/ 5
Decent Budget Laptop

Pros: Lightweight Cost

Cons: not upgradable (I would have preferred a little bit more on memory and ssd size)

Other Thoughts: This is a nice budget laptop for doing basic computing. I bought this simply to travel with instead of bringing my expensive laptop along. My only disappointments are the memory amount and hard drive size, but I knew what they were before purchase and I do not plan on storing files on it. I would rather have seen it come with at least 4gb memory and 64gb ssd

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Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
Verified Owner
5/ 5
Very lightweight laptop

Pros: I purchased the HP Stream 11 for $189.99 during the Black Friday sales. My primary reason for purchasing this for word processing work, watching videos online and locally. The most important attributes for me when making a purchase decision were weight, windows start up time and battery life.

The reason I went with the HP Stream 11 was because it had a solid state hard drive, and a fairly decent processor, it was more than adequate for the kind of work I had in mind for the laptop, and 8 hours of battery life. This was perfect for me. I intend to use this laptop in situations where I don't want to be bothered with trying to find a power outlet - like travelling.

1. The display is very nice, and the screen size is perfect for the kind of work I want to do.

2. The keyboard is great. I am fairly used to chiclet style of keys. I use a DeathStalker keyboard on my desktop. I find the laptop keyboard sort of similar to it, and I can type without having to put a lot of pressure on the keys. Also, the function key are mapped to various laptop functions. For example, F3 and F4 are brightness contols, in order to access the function keys, Shift must be held down. This may or may not be a good thing. Personally, I like this.

3. Windows 8.1 works very well, and the solid state hard drive is a huge benefit. I disabled pretty all metro functionality, and I like the way Windows 8.1 works at the moment. I didn't even have to resort to Classic Shell. I don't particularly mind the Start Screen on the latop. I would hate this on a desktop.

4. It looks very good. Windows PCs up until now, never had a great look. I think this laptop can easily compete with a mac in terms of looks, Its very sleek and stylish.

Cons: 1. All the bloatware that comes installed. I uninstalled almost all the applications from HP. I have no idea why they would install all this junk on a laptop with limited space. Of course, this is not a big deal, it can easily be fixed.

2. The touch pad. I do not like it. It is not as responsive as some of the other touchpads I have used. Its not terrible, but in my opinion, this could have been better.

Other Thoughts: Other than those two faults, I am very happy with this laptop, and for what I paid, even if it were to fall apart in a couple of years (I have no reason to believe that it will), I won't complain.

If you are looking for a laptop that is for word processing and other lightweight tasks, then this is perfect.

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Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
Verified Owner
4/ 5
Great for a low cost laptop.

Pros: Low price
Light weight
Decent performance, price considered
Fanless, no moving parts inside whatsoever

Cons: Worst screen I've ever owned(Cost it a fifth star)
Touchpad can be a little difficult

Other Thoughts: I bought this as a low cost travel companion. For that purpose I'm extremely happy. The only way I'd recommend this as an only computer is if it was for a child.

I knew that this price range would mean a low end screen, but I have to admit that I was still a little surprised that it managed to underwhelm despite my low expectations.

Battery life is pretty decent.

When I'm not traveling it will spend it's life tucked into my home theater stand while I control it with a Logitech K830.

Using it for Steam In-home streaming has worked as well as I've seen any device handle it. I played Bioshock Infinite for over an hour, on Wifi through walls, without a single hiccup. Then played a few levels of Gauntlet with a buddy where it again never gave me an issue.

So aside from the screen, it has performed perfectly for me.

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