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HP X360 Stream 11 specifications and prices of all models

We finally have received official prices of latest Stream 11 X360 laptops. The series consists of five models that includes two notebooks, one convertible and two tablets. All come pre loaded with Windows 8 operating system, 1 terabyte of One Drive cloud storage and Microsoft Office 365 Personal software.

HP X360 Stream 11 prices

* Stream HP 11.6-inch from €219 (WiFi) and €269 (3G) with HP DataPass;
* Stream HP 13.3-inch from €249 (WiFi) and €319 (3G) with HP DataPass;
* HP 11.6 inch x360 Stream from €289 (WiFi) and €349 (3G) with HP DataPass.

All the new laptops are entry level and fanless. Detailed configuration data is not available but we have the standard specifications in hand.

HP Stream X360 allows users to easily switch from a notebook to a tablet mode or tent or stand for watching movies and videos while retaining all the functionality of a powerful notebook.

HP X360 Stream 11 specifications

Each laptop comes with an HD display packing 1366×768 pixel resolution with optional touch panel, Intel Celeron N2840 2.16GHz processor, 32GB of eMMC flash storage, 2 gigabytes of RAM, 1x USB 3.0 and 2.0 ports along with an SD card slot.

HP X360 Stream 11 specifications

You also get free 250 MB of free data per month and you can purchase additional monthly data packages at reduced rates.

OQO cancels all preorders for MODEL 2+

First we saw the disappearance of the OQO models from the expansys store and now we get the news that OQO  has canceled all the preorders for the model 2+. This further makes us think one think: Is OQO on the brink of getting bankrupt?

Clearly, UMPCs are now dying due to their huge price tags and poor demand. Companies need to realize that in such tough times, it would hard for the consumer to shell out $1000+ on a UMPC. ASUS has pretty much understood this fact that they released their tablet/UMPC at a fair price tag of $549.

I am personally not at all surprised due to the fact they were NOT able to offer satisfactory service to the customers in US or anywhere around the world. See this POST for more information about the extremely poor OQO customer support.

Top 10 reasons you should NOT get a SONY VAIO P

Over-Priced: We fully understand the fact that it is SONY. But, paying so much for a device that performs so poorly does not make any sense
Super high resolution: What is the point of giving the user super high resolution in an 8-inch screen? Is SONY under some contract of putting so outrageous resolutions in small screens? Looks like they learned nothing from their UX series which squeezed 1024×600 pixels in an 4.3-inch display
HDD not easily upgradable: Although we do not upgrade the HDD everyday, but it should be easily swappable in case something goes wrong with the HDD or if the user wishes to use SSD

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