HP Stream 14-inch Laptop, Intel Celeron N4000, 4 GB RAM, 64 GB eMMC, Windows 10 Home in S Mode With Office 365 Personal For 1 Year (14-cb185nr,…

(13 customer reviews)

$194.84

Last updated on 02:03 Details
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  • Laptop for work, school and play: With Office 365 and 1 TB of cloud storage, this device combines functionality, connectivity, style, and value
  • Essential productivity: This nimble laptop delivers the essential productivity and entertainment you want for school or home, without slowing you down
  • Office 365 for one year: Get full access to Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint, OneNote, Access, and 1 TB of OneDrive Storage for one year
  • Processor: Intel(R) Celeron(R) N4000 Processor, Dual-Core, 1.1 GHz base frequency, up to 2.6 GHz burst frequency
  • Display: 14-inch diagonal HD SVA BrightView WLED-backlit display (1366 x 768)
  • Memory: 4 GB DDR4-2400 SDRAM (not upgradable)
  • Storage: 64 GB eMMC
  • Battery life: Up to 14 hours and 15 minutes (video playback), up to 11 hours and 30 minutes (wireless streaming)
  • Thin and light (unpackaged): 13.27 inches (W) x 8.90 inches (D) x 0.70 inch (H); 3.17 pounds
  • Operating system and warranty: Windows 10 Home in S Mode and 1-year limited hardware warranty with 24-hour, 7 days a week web support when shipped from and sold by Amazon and not a third party seller
Standing screen display size

‎14 Inches

Item model number

‎9MV84UA#ABA

Power Source

‎Battery Powered

Optical Drive Type

‎No Optical Drive

Computer Memory Type

‎DDR4 SDRAM

Processor Count

‎2

Processor Brand

‎Intel

Color

‎Royal Blue

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎8.9 x 13.27 x 0.7 inches

Product Dimensions

‎8.9 x 13.27 x 0.7 inches

Item Weight

‎3.17 pounds

Operating System

‎Windows 10 Home

Series

‎Stream Laptop

Max Screen Resolution

‎1366 x 768 Pixels

Brand

‎HP

Average Battery Life in hours

‎10 Hours

Number of USB 3.0 Ports

‎2

Number of USB 2.0 Ports

‎1

Wireless Type

‎802.11a/b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth

Card Description

‎Integrated

Chipset Brand

‎Intel

Hard Drive

‎64 GB Embedded MultiMediaCard

Memory Speed

‎2.6 GHz

RAM

‎4 GB 4GB SDRAM

Processor

‎2.6 GHz celeron_n4000

Batteries

‎1 Lithium Metal batteries required. (included)

13 reviews for HP Stream 14-inch Laptop, Intel Celeron N4000, 4 GB RAM, 64 GB eMMC, Windows 10 Home in S Mode With Office 365 Personal For 1 Year (14-cb185nr,…

  1. Caroline Lalonde

    All good

  2. Amazon Customer

    Exactly as described

  3. Khanequa Tuitt

    For the money I am completely satisfied with my purchase. I’ve had the machine for about 3 weeks now and it only took 3 days to arrive, just in time for me to prepare documents, etc for my troop meeting. My only complaint is trying to use M364 tools (Word) was VERY slow so I reverted back to Google docs. I’m downloading all our wedding photos to it so it will probably take up most of the 64 GB of space but I’m ok with that as well.

  4. lairderin

    I had not used a new laptop that is this laggy in a long time… Please do not consider this product. It is absolutely not worth it.

  5. Mikey51

    OK, this is my second Stream. The original was a 32GB that is still operating and is obviously limited by the couple GB remaining after the operating system space. However, was useful for web browsing. This one is 64GB and that leaves about 30GB space for programs plus one year of MS Office free. I got rid of the Windows 10 S mode and the speed for web browsing and program operation is fine. And I’m used to an Intel 11th generation i5 on a desktop and have no complaints. That is an absolutely amazing unit for $200. Of course, in both cases, I’ve added extra room using a USB 128GB flash drive so really, it’s a fantastic deal. The only con that I’ve found so far is that the sound is rather puny but connecting a cheap bluetooth speaker solves that issue. Update: I hooked this up to an external monitor and it gave me an option to go from the native internal screen resolution of 1366×768 to 1920 x 1080 and it shows up great on the external monitor. I’m shocked. I cannot believe this computer was $200. Well, we’ll see how long it lasts.

  6. Maria Jose Ospino Barbosa

    Es un computador muy completo y cuenta con muchas configuraciones que me han facilitado el trabajo

  7. kevin

    1st Item was replaced. This one hasn’t blown up yet or made any fizzling electrical noises.

  8. Haley

    i got this as a gift for my sister and all she has on it is roblox and it makes it run so slow. even before i downloaded anything onto it it was running pretty slowly. she loves it and uses it every day, so i think it’s worth it for a starter laptop, but keep the speed in mind in case you want more than one game

  9. Michael Albano

    Product was exactly what I needed for a good price.

  10. IreneQ91690

    I bought this HP Stream because my 2012 Mac is dead and I really don’t use a computer anymore. My iPhone 12 Pro works just fine for everyday use, and I just can’t afford to buy a new Mac right now. So, I just needed an inexpensive little computer to connect to the internet to do personal business and take online classes. I do not intend to store anything on this computer, but rather continue to use my iCloud for storage and Google Apps if necessary.

    You can download the necessary cloud apps such as iCloud, Google Drive, and shortcuts to Google Docs, Sheets, or whatever you like. Once I got the computer set up, I went in and uninstalled Microsoft Office. I don’t care that it’s free for a year. Google Suite works just fine.

    I’ve used this computer quite a bit, and this is what I think about it…

    Contrary to the negative reviews, this computer doesn’t suck. You just can’t have high expectations of a $350 laptop. You will be setting yourself up for a bitter disappointment. With that said….

    The mouse and keyboard are horrible and uncomfortable to use for my taste. Granted I don’t intend to use it away from home very often, but I did a couple of times and it really doesn’t function like I’m used to. Also, I can’t really say for certain that the wi-fi connections were all that great. It could’ve been the networks I was connected to. For some reason it wouldn’t let me connect to my iPhone hotspot. I don’t know if there is a setting that I have to adjust, but it shouldn’t have been that difficult to connect.

    However, it works FANTASTIC when I switch out my work laptop and connect it to my desk set up where it’s hardwired to the internet and connected to a USB keyboard and mouse. I am able to do personal business that requires me to use a computer rather than my iPhone. This computer IS NOT built to have sophisticated software installed such as Office, FilemakerPro, Quickbooks, Photoshop etc. It is also, not meant to store large files or photos. It is PERFECT to use cloud based software and storage.

    I recommend this laptop as an internet terminal and NOTHING MORE! I cannot express this enough….do not expect it to perform in any other way. It’s a perfect light use laptop to connect to social media (if that’s your thing) or even school, or access websites that you really can’t on your smartphone. It’s an affordable option as a transitional workstation.

    Some people complained about not being able to update Windows due to lack of disk space. I suggest that you make sure you purge temporary files, internet cache, and downloads often. Also uninstall applications that you do not use or are unnecessary. This will free up a bunch of disk space. If you are using Office360, this will take up a ridiculous amount of disk space. I know it’s free for the first year…but is that really worth your low disk space frustration? While you could get a Chromebook, I’m not keen to them. In a Windows OS you can set up Google Suite. It’s cloud based, free, and doesn’t have a trial period. You won’t have to pay a subscription to keep and all your documents, photos, etc. They will be gone if you don’t move them out of OneDrive and to another cloud storage at the end of the trial period. Why bother? Just set up Google account, which comes with free storage, use their version of Word, Excel, Powerpoint, etc and you don’t have to install it on your computer. WINNER WINNER CHICKEN DINNER!

  11. LyleB

    I purchased this laptop with the sole purpose of installing Linux. I didn’t want to mess with my better computers Secure Boot to try to dual boot it. I had read on one website that this particular model, and this processor worked well with Linux.

    I’m happy to report that Manjaro XFCE Linux installed and booted flawlessly. The only thing I had to do was change the display resolution – very easy to do with the graphical tools included. The only problem was a setting the proper time. I had to do that through the terminal, but was extremely simple and has maintained the proper time ever since.

    The display quality doesn’t match my more expensive laptop, but is more than acceptable for normal use, including watching videos. The computer is fairly responsive for normal use, including watching videos. All in all, I am happy with this computer for running a Linux distribution.

  12. Roxanne Cloutier

    Super lent… Y’a absolument rien a faire avec. Une perte d’argent.

  13. Van Doorn

    loved the color and works great the only reason I only gave it 4 stars is that I find the edges to be sharp

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