HP Stream Laptop PC 14-ax010nr (Intel Celeron N3060, 4 GB RAM, 32 GB eMMC) with Office 365 Personal for one year
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Completely connected. Perfectly productive. Get the essential productivity you want, without slowing down. This nimble laptop lets you easily shift from homework workhorse to marathoning your favorite shows. With Windows 10, you’ll experience fast start-ups, a familiar yet expanded Start menu, and great new ways to get stuff done.
- Amazon Sales Rank: #70 in Personal Computers
- Size: 14"
- Color: Blue
- Brand: HP
- Model: 14-ax010nr
- Aspect ratio: 16:9
- Number of items: 1
- Dimensions: .70" h x 13.27" w x 8.90" l, 3.17 pounds
- CPU: Intel Celeron 1.6 GHz
- Memory: 4GB Unknown
- Hard Disk: 32GB
- Graphics: Integrated
- Processors: 2
- Battery type: Lithium Ion
- Display size: 14
- Intel Celeron N3060, 1.6GHz, dual-core Processor
- 4 GB DDR3L SDRAM Memory
- More productive. Windows 10 is the best for bringing ideas forward and getting things done.
- 32 GB eMMC, no optical Drive
- 14.0-Inch diagonal HD sva bright view wled-backlit (1366x768)
Most helpful customer reviews
698 of 711 people found the following review helpful.
Great little computer after removing bloatware.
I've had this computer for about a month. I use this laptop for my online class. I had to uninstall some bloatware and change some settings to get it to work faster, but it is a great little laptop. Don't expect to play an intensive games or edit movies with this laptop. It's good for doing work or school related things, browsing the Internet, and watching Netflix.
-Very small and lightweight. I can easily lift it with one hand.
-Aesthetically pleasing design. I love the purple color and the finish.
-Small design makes it very portable. Easy to fit into backpacks or briefcases.
-Relatively fast computer, takes no time to startup/shutdown.
-Speakers are pretty quiet and poor quality. Recommend using headphones for watching movies/listening to music.
-Webcam is also subpar and pretty grainy.
-Touchpad can be finicky, using a wireless mouse with it is really easy though.
-32GB hard drive can support the operating system and not much else. That being said, a $20 64GB microSD will resolve this issue.
This computer was kind of slow when I first got it. Here's what I did to make it fast:
1. Remove ALL bloatware. Uninstall Apple Bonjour, LEAP, McAfee Antivirus, HP Support & Registration, browser extensions, etc.
2. Installed all updates for Windows Update (took almost an hour). Then, disabled automatic updates. Running Windows Update in the background will overload the processor.
3. Installed CCleaner and cleaned up cache/registry
4. Installed Google Chrome and used it instead of Edge/IE
Accessories I bought:
-Logitech Wireless Mouse: Works great with this computer. The little wireless fob discreetly stays in the USB port.
-Evecase works great for taking this computer and accessories on the go.
-64GB microSD card to expand the storage space. I changed the settings so pretty much everything gets saved on there. Doesn't slow down the computer or saving at all.
Overall, this computer is ideal for school and work, emails, and browsing the internet. That being said, it's great at doing those things. I think it's an excellent value for the price!
913 of 944 people found the following review helpful.
The keyboard is fantastic, and I have no issues writing for hours ...
By B. Duffy
I bought this laptop after doing some extensive research. I wanted a laptop that I would use primarily for writing, both personally and at work. My only requirements were that it be extremely portable and cheaper than the average laptop. Maybe the difference between me and the negative reviewers is that I bought this laptop with a complete understanding that this should not be used as a primary PC, even though it is marketed as one.
It ships with quite a lot of bloatware, and I'm not computer savvy enough to get rid of all of it. I used information gleaned from other reviewers to remove a lot of what I don't need, and plan to ask someone at work to go through the rest. I inserted a 16 GB micro SD card from my old Android phone, and deleted everything on the card except for my old pictures. I still have more than enough room for both work and personal items. I use primarily Microsoft Word and Excel, so these programs don't typically take up much space. The only thing I store on the actual PC are the programs used to run it. If you don't plan to do the same thing, you're going to be upset about the storage. With how cheap thumb drives and micro SD cards are, I really don't see how my storage needs wouldn't be met.
The keyboard is fantastic, and I have no issues writing for hours on it. The screen could use a little work, but the computer cost two hundred dollars. I have no issues connecting to my home or work wifi. It handles internet browsing and videos very well, but I have to be cognizant of how many programs/internet tabs I have running at once or things start to run a little more slowly. This doesn't bother me.
If you're the type of person who is going to ask a lot of a machine, don't get this one. It's that simple. I would have liked to get a $1,000 laptop with a touch screen that turned into a tablet, but I didn't have the money. You're getting a lot for $200 here, and you won't be disappointed if you keep realistic expectations.
515 of 550 people found the following review helpful.
Much improved over last year's model - twice the RAM (now 4GB) for the same price
By Lon J. Seidman
[[VIDEOID:5be04f05996d33d4e6608da44889887b]] The HP Stream is probably the best deal right now for a name brand $200 computer. Their 11 inch notebook now has 4 GB of RAM, up from 2GB in last year's model which does make a noticeable performance difference. The best part is the price is the same.
The added RAM allows for better multitasking and better overall performance for slightly more demanding tasks. The reason is that adding the extra 2GB of RAM added an additional memory channel which feeds data to the processor faster. This resulted in faster web browsing performance and even a boost in Minecraft performance.
But make no mistake: this is not a performance machine. It's good enough to run Windows and many basic apps adequately enough to get the job done but not much more than that.
It might be a great choice for kids as its limited internal storage and overall performance will not play modern games all that well (if at all) but does nicely run Microsoft Office applications. Battery life is pretty workable too when running lower end stuff, hovering around 6-8 hours.
The display runs on the colder side (more blue in hue) than I like but good enough for most tasks. The keyboard is very nice (my favorite out of many $200 PC's I've used), although the trackpad feels spongier than prior iterations.
In short this is a good deal for those looking for a cheap PC - especially now that it has double the RAM for the same price as last year's model.
ERRATA - I incorrectly stated that the processor used in this year's PC is the same as last year's. It is in fact an N3060 chip, slightly bumped in performance over last years but not significantly so. I stand by the assertion that the added channel of RAM makes a bigger performance difference on this machine.