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HP has expanded its cheap, cloud-focused Stream lineup with four new models -- two clamshell laptops and two tablets.

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The two new clamshell laptop versions are the HP Stream 11.6 and the HP Stream 13.3.

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Also new are two slate-style tablets, the HP Stream 7 Tablet and the HP Stream 8 Tablet.

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These Intel-powered tablets run full Windows 8, and the 7-inch model starts at $99 in the US and £100 in the UK.

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Both include include 1TB of online storage via Microsoft OneDrive and a subscription to Office 365, both good for one year.

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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.

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Colors include magenta and blue, helping these stand out from typical budget laptops.

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The low-power Intel Celeron processor and 32GB of SSD storage allow for a fanless design.

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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.

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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.

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