How to get this Windows 8.1 tablet for $99



HP announced the launch of a new range of devices known as HP Stream last October, in which DataPass service presented earlier is included. Msny models of tables, convertibles and notebooks were part of this family that has free Internet for two years. A few weeks after Black Friday gives the starting signal for holiday shopping, HP has put in his shop the Stream 7 Signature Edition, priced at just $99.

As mentioned, the Family Stream is provided by DataPass service. If anyone does not know what it is, just HP, for OMV, gives users 200 megabytes per month to surf the Internet at no cost during the first two years, with the possibility of extending it for very competitive prices without stays whatsoever. They carry out this plan home with the idea that the true potential of these teams is in its ability to stay always connected.

The specifications of the original model remains the same, but we can not ask for much more for that price, as the tablet is now priced at $99 (on The windows 8.1 tablet features 7-inch screen with HD resolution (1,280 x 800 pixels), Intel Atom processor Z3735G working at speeds of 1.33 GHz and can reach 1,83GHz at times. 1GB of RAM, 32GB us incredible internal storage, 2 megapixel main camera, 0.3 megapixel secondary battery, 3000 mAh (guaranteed 8 hours of battery life), WiFi, Bluetooth connectivity and features a microUSB 2.0 port.

The Windows 8.1 operating system integrated with Bing, is offered at no cost to manufacturers who meet the requirements and comes with a very interesting subscription to Office 365 for one year. This subscription cost $69.99, which covers almost alone cost ideal for beginners in this world device since HP provides a safe and superior to most Chinese firms could mark make the competition.

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