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HP has expanded its cheap, cloud-focused Stream lineup with four new models -- two clamshell laptops and two tablets.
The two new clamshell laptop versions are the HP Stream 11.6 and the HP Stream 13.3.
Also new are two slate-style tablets, the HP Stream 7 Tablet and the HP Stream 8 Tablet.
These Intel-powered tablets run full Windows 8, and the 7-inch model starts at $99 in the US and £100 in the UK.
Both include include 1TB of online storage via Microsoft OneDrive and a subscription to Office 365, both good for one year.
The 8-inch tablet and 13-inch clamshell also include a 4G antenna and 200MB of data per month (250MB via 3G in the UK), with paid upgrades available.
Colors include magenta and blue, helping these stand out from typical budget laptops.
The low-power Intel Celeron processor and 32GB of SSD storage allow for a fanless design.
The new Stream models will be available in November in the US, starting at $199 and $229 for the 11-inch and 13-inch Stream laptops, and $99 and $129 for the 7-inch and 8-inch Stream tablets.
In the UK, the new laptops will arrive in late November or December, costing £179 for the 11.6-inch model and £199 for the 13.3-inch. The Stream 7 Tablet will be £100, and the Stream 8 Tablet £160.