HP Stream 7" Intel Quad-Core 32GB Tablet

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HP Stream 7" Intel Quad-Core 32GB Tablet
Price: $59.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard
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Condition: Refurbished


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Any one out there successfully upgraded one of these to Windows 10 yet?? If so, how well does it run?

Thing was $99 when it was released, my hopes aren’t too high for Windows 10 possibilities.

I did, back when I had one. Edge gestures seemed a little sluggish at the time, but everything else seemed about the same as with 8.1.

For the price, this is a decent tablet. I picked one up awhile back for double the price from a big box office store. It’s a little sluggish sometimes with the 1gb of ram, but the CPU and SSD are pretty quick. For something basic, it does the job quite well.

Don’t expect the camera to be any good however. The camera is horrible. Like, really bad.

Does this still come with O365 for one year?

I bought one of these when they first came out…not bad performance for the price. The only problem was that there was interference in the headphone jack… a constant buzzing accompanied by audible clicks when you tapped the screen. I got two replacements from Amazon, then finally returned the third for a refund. Turns out this was a common problem for this unit…typical bad HP design.

If audio isn’t a requirement for you, go ahead and get it.

Was able to install 10 on both of the units I bought and the functionality improved over the 8 software. However, if the previous owner cashed in on the Office offer, these units aren’t as attractive due to poor battery life. Gobs better than Kindle Fire IMNSHO.

Will be nice to have something that can edit ebooks as well as read them, as Sigil is available for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux, but not Android or iOS.

wireless and Bluetooth don’t work :frowning: