Microsoft has published an interesting video ad for the Windows-based HP Stream mini laptop. The ad is basically a “tech vs non-tech” comparison against a paper notebook where the 200-dollar 11″ Stream clearly wins thanks to features such as “tons of cloud storage” and OneNote app.
The recently launched HP Stream series has gained a lot of interest, primarily because of low prices. Alongside the Stream 11, 13, and 14 tech-notebooks selling for $199.99, $229.99, and $299.99 respectively, the lineup includes a 100-dollar 7-inch tablet. An 8-inch Stream tablet for $129.99 is coming soon, too. All devices except the 14-incher come with a free 1-year Microsoft Office 365 Personal subscription ($69.99 value) and 1-Terabyte of OneDrive cloud storage. However, their internal storage of 32GB is quite small for Windows-based machines.