24 October 2014

HP Stream notebooks come with a year's free Office 365 and OneDrive

HP today expanded the HP Stream line of thin and light Windows products that leverage the cloud with the addition of two new notebook PCs. While users traditionally pay a premium for thin and light notebooks, HP says that HP Stream makes such notebooks more affordable.

Source: HP. The HP Stream notebooks are available in
horizon blue and orchid magenta.
“Today’s consumers demand mobile products that fit their personal style and allow them to work and play where ever they are,” said Serena Yong, General Manager, Printing & Personal Systems, HP Singapore and Malaysia. “The HP Stream products announced today hit the mark with sleek design, portability, access to free cloud storage, and the familiarity of Windows and Office 365.”

The HP Stream includes value-added services with free cloud storage for instant access and sharing of content. It comes with 1TB of Microsoft OneDrive for one year*; Office 365 Personal for one year** to edit, share or collaborate in real-time.

Customers can enjoy images and video in high-definition (HD) with an 11.6” HD display or 13.3” HD optional touch display. A fanless design with high efficiency Intel Celeron processor and 32GB of eMMC flash memory allows for quiet, cool operation and quick file recall. 

The HP Stream products announced today are expected to be available in Singapore at the end of November.

*The OneDrive free cloud storage offer is available for a limited time. Check the activation card inside the package for details. For more information, go to http://onedrive.com/windowsoffer.

**Office 365 Personal 1-year with activation required within limited time. Internet access is required and not included. For more information, see www.office.com/information. Sixty minutes of Skype per month is included with subscription to Office 365. Actual application must be downloaded from skype.com.