The HP Stream 7 Windows 8 Tablet is expected to be announced during this week’s IFA 2014 consumer electronics trade show. Notably, the HP Stream 7 will be the first Windows 8 Tablet to come with a 7 inch display. A leaked image of the tablet can be seen below.
HP Stream 7 Specs
The HP Stream 7 specs include an Intel Atom Z3735G 1.33GHz processor (up to 1.86GHz with TurboBoost), 1GB of memory, 16GB of storage, and a 7 inch display with 1280 x 800 resolution. The leaked image above indicates a rear facing camera but no front facing camera. A 3G radio may also be available. I’ll update the full specs once HP officially announces the device.
HP Stream 7 Price and Release Date
The HP Stream 7 price is expected to be 179 euros. Its release date, US pricing and availability is yet to be known.
I’m not sure if a 7 inch Windows Tablet is a compelling device. I’m really interested in seeing who would buy such a device instead of getting an iPad or Android tablet. If the HP Stream 7 comes with a free copy of Microsoft Office and an HDMI port, I would definitely see its value proposition. Connected to a monitor and keyboard, this tablet could serve as a cheap computer for a child.
If the HP Stream 7 is missing these features, you might as well get an iPad mini or Kindle Fire. We’ll have to see the HP Stream 7 price and full specs to know for sure if this is a compelling device.
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Source: Mobile Geeks