Hp Refurbished Stream Pro 11.6 inch,2GB RAM,32GB SSD – Grey
- Refurbished HP Stream 11 Pro Notebook pc 11.6" inch
- Display size: 11.6" inch HD
- Intel Dual-Core N3350
- 2GB RAM,32GB SSD
- WiFi 802.11ac
- Bluetooth 4.2
- Windows 10
Refurbished HP Stream 11 Pro Notebook pc 11.6″ inch
HP Stream Build and Design
Notebook Review was pleasantly surprised by how well constructed the HP Stream 11 felt. Normally build quality is one of the areas that you expect to suffer somewhat with a budget device, but the HP Stream feels solid. There’s a little bit of give along the keyboard, but the chassis and the hinge hold up strong to pressure. This is a device that should hold to wears and tears of travel or the daily trip to the classroom.Not only does the HP Stream 11 feel good to hold and use, but it looks good as well. The HP Stream 11 features a vibrant bright blue (also available in purple) chassis. NBR loved the bright vibrant colors. It’s a fun way to differentiate the laptop from its competitors and it makes it a great choice for consumers that want something a little different. The lid also has a nice textured feel with raised horizontal striations. The HP Stream 11 is rounded along its corners and the black circular HP logo contrasts beautifully against the vibrant bright backdrop.Measuring 11.8 x 8.1 x 0.7-inches and weighing 2.5 pounds the Stream 11 is compact and easy to travel with. HP has managed to shed a considerable amount of weight it’s 2.74 pounds 2014 predecessor.
HP Stream Ports
For its small stature, the HP Stream surprisingly offers solid connectivity for a budget device. The left side of the device features a lock-slot, a USB 2.0 port, and a combo audio and microphone jack. The right side houses a power connector, a MicroSD slot, a USB 3.0 port, and a HDMI connector.
The full-sized HDMI connector is a nice addition and allows you to bypass one the device’s biggest weakness its display, while the expanded memory is a must given the lack of onboard storage.
HP Stream Screen and Speakers
There’s always an opportunity cost with a budget device and in the case of the HP Stream 11, it’s the display. The HP Stream houses an 11-inch 1368 x 768 resolution screen. The lower resolution does feel a bit archaic in 2017, but it is somewhat understandable given the sub price point. The panel does offer solid brightness at 188 nits, which isn’t that bad for a budget device. Unfortunately the screen sort of looks dimmer than it actually is because colors appear dull and washed out. This doesn’t make text pop as well it should. The HP Stream 11 also struggles with viewing angels, particularly vertical angles cause images to appear fully washed out. The notebook does fair better along horizontal angels, but picture quality still takes a serious hit past 45 degrees. The screen also struggles in direct or heavy lighting with noticeable reflections appearing on screen.
- 6 to 8 Hours Battery
- Intel Celeron N3350 Dual-Core 2.16 GHz processor
- 11.6″ HD LED with 1366 x 768 resolution showcases movies and games in stunning clarity
- 2 GB DDR3 memory – For multitasking power
- 32 GB Solid State Drive eMMC for an amazingly smooth and fast computing experience
- USB 3.0 has transmission speeds of up to 5 Gbit/s, which is 10 times faster than USB 2.0
- Enhanced viewing with the integrated Intel HD Graphics 500