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1. HP Stream 7 Tablet 32 GB Windows 8.1 Signature Edition, Black
Full Stream ahead: Stay entertained and productive wherever you go with the pocket-sized HP Stream 7 Signature Edition tablet. It has plenty of speed and power to handle all your work and play, and is sleek, slim, and lightweight, making it a breeze to take everywhere you’re headed. Office 365 Personal included: The Stream 7 comes with a 1-year subscription to Office 365 Personal ($69.99 value) to keep you productive wherever you are. You get the latest versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and more, plus 1TB of OneDrive online storage to share your photos, videos, documents, and more. 1 year limited warranty. Free $25 Windows Store Gift Card: With Windows Store Gift cards, you can buy apps, games, movies, music** and more on Windows, Windows Phone, and Xbox. $25 Windows Store gift card must be redeemed by December 31, 2015. Customers have 90 days to spend their balance after redeeming the gift card. Not redeemable on earlier versions of Windows and Windows Phone. Windows 8 users: Update to Windows 8.1 for free through the Windows Store. For full terms and conditions, visit: http://www.Microsoft.com/HPStream. **Music: Only for purchase of individual tracks and Xbox Music Pass on Windows 8.1, or Xbox Music Pass on Xbox One (Xbox Live required). Intel quad core processor: Work or play, you can expect great speed and responsiveness from the Stream 7’s Intel Atom Z3735G quad core processor. It’s engineered for optimal system performance along with fast video and page loads without your battery life suffering. Vibrant HD IPS display: A stunning HD display delivers razor-sharp resolution and brilliant picture quality for everything you’re looking at. And with IPS technology (in-plane switching), it ensures a clear view from any angle along with accurate, lifelike colors that will delight your eyes. Signature Edition: Exclusive to Microsoft, the Stream 7 Signature Edition tablet is fine-tuned for fast performance from the second you turn it on. It comes protected with premium, free anti-virus software that never expires. And best of all, it comes without any annoying junkware or trialware, giving you peace of mind that your tablet will always be clean, fast, and protected.
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No return accepted and this is a rarely use, well protected Windows 8.1 tablet, which has 365 office included.
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Reviewed in the United States on September 1, 2015
TLDR Summary:Great value.Glitch that makes it run down overnight when asleep.(turn volume to zero and shut down to help with this).Real Windows 8.Great little tablet.Don't expect to take extensive notes on this without a keyboard / mouse.Small, useful, nice.Wish it had more storage, but, the microSD slot helps with that.I've listed a number of helpful accessories below.
1)Battery life in standby is short.This is a known issue that is well documented on the internet.Generally turning the tablet completely off (full shutdown vs. the sleep button) helps, and turning the volume completely down to zero helps.If you don't do this, it will run down overnight even when asleep.I've not found a proper driver fix, but I've also not spent hours looking for one.
2) There is only one external USB port.This means the same USB port that charges the device, is also used for accessories.And you can not charge the tablet and use an OTG accessory at the same time.Which means you can't leave it running all the time plugged in, and use some kind of accessory device.I've found one device (and only one) that allows for charging and accessories.It's specialized to 'trick' the unit into working.You can find it on amazon here:http://amzn.com/B00OVDE0GCBut it's large, costs as much as the tablet, and is only really useful for a desktop dual purpose application.
3)Relatively high failure rate.Out of 29 tablets, I've had 2 DOA from the factory.They both would turn on, and the graphics would glitch out.Not a huge deal, but something to keep in mind.The good news is that the HP support was exceptional (yes, you read that right), they were actually very helpful, followed up, and made sure everything was taken care of.So that's actually very refreshing and positive.
4) The cameras are functional, but unimpressive.
5) For reasons known only to HP they used UEFI BIOS and Windows 8 32-bit... not 64-bit.Which means that recovery media such as what Acronis might make, won't work on the tablet.This makes cloning and deploying a large number of them a hassle.
1) They run full Windows 8.1.Not Windows RT, Not Embedded, Not Android, BUT FULL REALLY REAL WINDOWS 8.1.Meaning any normal application that runs on your laptop, will run on this tablet.Cool.(too bad it's not win 64... but I guess we can't have everything)
2) The price, I don't know how they make any money.Bang for the buck, is exceptional.
3) It's starts up and shuts down very quickly.And considering it only has 2GB of RAM, is actually fairly peppy.Just keep in mind it's a sub $99 tablet, with an ATOM CPU... and you won't be unhappy.
4) WiFi works fine, and is fast.Other accessories such as a USB to ethernet adapter, also work fine.Just remember that you have to use the small OTG micro USB adapter first in line.The OTG (On The Go) adapter tells the tablet to use the USB port for accessories, instead of charging.
5) Does have a slot for putting in a micro SD card to expand storage, which also works fine.
6) Capacitive touch screen (meaning glass, not the plastic coating), works great, along with multi-touch.
I've found the following accessories work great with the tablet:
Excellent protective case that comes with a pen that also acts as a stylus:http://amzn.com/B00QP25K1Q
Excellent storage case that will hold the above case, and, all your accessories:http://amzn.com/B002VPE1QG
Cord OTG Adapter to allow usage of USB devices:http://amzn.com/B00GM0OZ4O
90 degree OTG Adapter to allow small dongle devices to attach directly and be supported by the USB port:http://amzn.com/B00M7XQ6O2
The following accessories must be combined with one of the above adapters or they won't work:
Ethernet AND USB Hub in one:http://amzn.com/B00IJU0K2Q
Coiled USB to micro USB cord.Let's you connect your phone, or other micro USB device to the tablet (remember to use the OTG adapter also):http://amzn.com/B00OP4KFJI
Reviewed in the United States on August 5, 2015
I call this a computer because it doesn't realize it's a tablet. Use a windows PC, and think what it would be like without a keyboard and mouse. Now you understand the HP stream 7. Things get really weird in the UI fast.
The touchscreen itself is great and performance is incredible considering the hardware specs. So this is where the "but" comes in. The WiFi dropped 30 seconds after connecting, but the good news is you could just disconnect and reconnect everytime it drops. That helps you limit the time you spend on the web for sure. All sarcasm aside, HP failed on support on a faulty product. You shouldn't be googling issues on you brand new windows tablet with your 2 year old Nexus 7.
It should be noted, I have 3 HP PC's that have been amazing the whole time I've owned them. First time dealing with HP support has certainly tainted the relationship.
Reviewed in the United States on September 10, 2015
I'm a graphic designer, and 1gb is the bare minimum required ram for InDesign, photoshop, and illustrator cs5, and I have them all installed on here. They all run pretty well for light editing, which is honestly more than I expected from a sub $100 windows tablet with only 1gb ram.
It performs just as well (maybe a little better) with windows 10 and I highly suggest updating, though onedrive is worse in windows 10. The best thing with windows 10 is that it takes signifanctly less space (about 6gb).
For storage, I highly suggest using a microsd card for files, especially if you plan on installing a lot of apps. I got a 128gb pny one for around $70 (watch for deals). I also bought a cheap Bluetooth keyboard and mouse, and hp's case/cover. My whole setup cost under $200, and I'm very happy with how portable it is, and how well it fits my needs for a windows pc for light work and play.
So, what is wrong with this thing?
Well, don't consider it an iPad competitor. While this may change in the near future with windows universal apps, the tablet apps are still not all there for windows (although the ux of using a non-tablet app on a tablet with windows 10 is better). If you're looking for tablet apps and games, you /might/ be okay on windows, but iOS still has the best and the newest in many categories.
It's also not an iPad competitor in the build quality department. It's not terrible, and I've definitely experienced worse, but there are some weird issues. For instance, almost everyone has reported an issue with a weird static interference sound from the headphones whole playing music/video. I can confirm that mine also has this issue. It's not too bad, but it could get annoying. I do watch a lot of YouTube (mytube is a great windows tablet YouTube app) and either I've gotten used to the interference noise or it's become less of a big deal, but it doesn't bother me too much. Another problem that other users have reported that I can confirm but also say I'm not bothered by is uneven light leak from the backlight. It's not noticeable unless the backlight is on high and you're looking at something dark.
Overall, this is not an iPad. It's for a totally different set of things, and it actually has replaced my iPad as well as my laptop for almost all my computer use. It's great for taking notes (onenote is great on a device you can hold in one hand and write on like a notebook), light work including high end stuff like the adobe creative suite (well, cs5 and lower) that even the iPad pro can't touch, and it's good for light media consumption - mostly just limited by the screen size and resolution.
It's also worth note that the new tablet version of Office does not require a paid subscription on a device this size.
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But at this price. its awesome. i bought it mainly for school anyways. Will update with info later.
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2. HP Pro Tablet 10 EE G1 Net-tablet PC - 10.1" - In-plane Switching (IPS) Technology - Wireless LAN - Intel Atom Z3735F L3Z83UT#ABA
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3. HP TouchPad Wi-Fi 16 GB 9.7-Inch Tablet Computer
Get more done with the HP TouchPad Wi-Fi 16GB, a tablet designed to work like you do. Connect, play, surf and share more easily. Stay organized by grouping your related activities into card stacks on the brilliant 9.7-inch diagonal LED backlit multitouch display. You can also enjoy more of the web, including sites with Adobe Flash content. Hear music the way the artists intended it to be heard with Beats Audio, plus use the front-facing camera and microphone for live video calling. HP webOS helps you multitask seamlessly. Sign in to your online accounts and this HP tablet pulls information together automatically. See your Face book friends birthdays in your contacts, compare work and personal calendars side by side, and view your work and personal e-mails together or separately. Just Type lets you create messages, search the web and more without launching an app first. Receive notifications of new messages, e-mails and events without interrupting whats on your screen. Plus, charge this HP tablet wirelessly using the optional HP Touchstone Charging Dock. The HP TouchPad Wi-Fi 16GB also works better together with other HP webOS devices: Touch to share websites with your HP Pre3 or Veer Smartphone.Camera Front: 1.3 MP.
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Reviewed in the United States on May 4, 2015
Fortunately! I got one that has the dual boot software installed which allows me to boot into Android(via Cyanogenmod).
Under Android the Touchpad works flawlessly for me and even charges on the Touchstone charging stand without any interaction or effort from me to get it to work.
The Touchpad has a bit of weight to it, but not much more than any other tablet of it's age and size.It has a good fit in the hand when held.The screen is more than clear enough and it's easy to see.
I was really interested in using WebOS though, even though it's dated and no longer supported.But, Android will do in it's place.
All in all, good tablet for it's age, still runs like a champ and runs Android as well as any other tablet out there.
Reviewed in the United States on June 8, 2012
There are enough apps available for me in the HP catalog. I don't understand the obsession and complaints that there aren't enough apps when just a few years ago they weren't even around so maybe people are relying way too much on technology.. Anyways, they work fine and download quickly.
Also, luckily a month after I bought it the system updated and a camera/video app appeared along with a clock and calculator app. Camera/video works well. It may look a bit fuzzy at first, but I think the quality is good. If you don't like the quality then buy a camera since that's their job...
I can't think of any complaints for it except that the cord to plug into the tablet for charging is a little loose so I have to be careful to make sure its charging and not touch it which can be a little annoying.
do your own research on it, but I am very happy with this tablet. Think about why you want the tablet and what you intend to use it for. Remember it is not a phone, a camera, an actual desktop computer, or an ipod it is a tablet.
Reviewed in the United States on March 21, 2014
First, I got this at a STEAL in the Warehouse for $99 - when they are normally still $300 - even though they are not made or supported any longer. I am a techy girl with a computer degree and I wanted something I could flash, customize and more.
Second, when I got the tablet, it was BRAND NEW - I was simply stunned as I expected it to have a scuff or something. It didn't. :) The only thing I suggest is being VERY CAREFUL charging it. The charging port will come loose if you jam it in there or are not careful about it.
Third, I was able to flash this to CM10. I was very pleased with how easy it was on the XDA forums I found where to do this. I dual booted it with the choice of CM 10 and HP Web OS in case you needed to reformat as you will need Web OS if that's the case.
After a year, this tablet is still going strong. I have not killed the storage space - still have half of it. I read on it constantly with Cool Reader, play games on Facebook and more. This thing totally surprised me and there are GREAT accessories for it on Amazon.
If you find it cheap in the Warehouse - GET IT!
Reviewed in the United States on January 12, 2016
PROS: Developer Support Community (moe specifically jcsullins) on xda-developers website; I personally love the home button LED light
CONS: weight (feels like you are carrying a brick); glossy finish is a fingerprint magnet; needs OEM TOUCHPAD Charger at all times to charge otherwise if on a custom ROM, the battery won't charge.
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