HP Stream x360 Convertible Laptop unveiled; pricing $199
HP recently announced a series of low cost laptops and tablets on its HP Stream family. And here is yet another one from the company but this time the device comes with a 360 degree hinge that can be completely pushed back in order to hold the device like a tablet. The tablet is named exactly what it is , HP Stream x360 where 360 stands for 360 degree hinge.
However, the company hasn’t revealed complete details regarding specs and features while the convertible tablet is joining its affordable series with a price tag of $199. This seems to be part of its recent strategy to sell as many devices as possible with Windows 8 on board. And don’t be surprised if you find it familiar as the device slightly resembles its own Pavilion x360
According to Notebook Italia, the HP Stream x360 will be sold for €289 while 3G model with HP DataPass will be offered at €349 ($439).
HP’s UK website has pictures of the device and device in the pic shows 3 USB ports, HDMI output, an Ethernet jack, SD card reader, and headset jack.
The Stream X360 will be shipped with a 1-year of free subscription to Microsoft Office 365 which includes Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, and Access. Furthermore, you get 1TB of cloud storage on Microsoft OneDrive.