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Stream 11.6 inch Flagship Laptop, Intel Celeron Core up to 2.48GHz, 2GB RAM, 32GB , Windows 10 Home

HP Stream 11.6 inch Flagship Laptop, Intel Celeron Core up to 2.48GHz, 2GB RAM, 32GB , Windows 10 Home

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In Stock: 10

  • 11.6 inch 1 HDMI, 1 USB 3.0



Availability: In stock

Rs. 22,000

Rs. 16,999


  • 10 hours of battery life, 802.11ac Wireless LAN, Bluetooth, microSD card reader, Front-facing VGA webcam with integrated digital microphone

  • 11.6" LED Backlight HD Anti-Glare Display, 2.57 lbs light, Thin design you can easily take on the road, Full-size island-style keyboard, 2-cell battery, Dimensions: 0.71" x 11.8" x 8.1"

  • Intel Celeron N3060 1.60GHz (with Max Turbo Speed of 2.48GHz) dual-core processor with Intel HD Graphics 400, Microsoft Windows 10 Home installed

  • 2GB DDR3L SDRAM system memory Gives you the power to handle most power-hungry applications and tons of multimedia work

  • 1 x USB 3.1 port, 1 x USB 2.0 port, 1 x mircroHDMI port, 1 x headphone/microphone jack, 32GB eMMC drive can store 21,000 photos, 9,000 songs or 16 hours of HD video and more



You either love or hate the toy-like look of the updated HP Stream 11; there is no middle ground here. It comes in a vibrant aqua blue or purple, where the shade infuses everything from its horizontally grained cover to its touchpad, but not the white keyboard. This laptop could be a great choice for students who just want something fun and small to bring to school.. However, the Stream doesn't look professional enough to bring to a meeting with corporate investors.

The HP laptop's plastic chassis feels quite sturdy, with minimal flexing around its keyboard and palm rest. Unfortunately, the front lip is very sharp and scratched my wrists whenever I tried to type on it.

you'll find a laptop lock, a USB 2.0 port, and a combination audio and mic jack on the left side. On the right side is the charging port, an LED battery indicator, a microSD card slot, a USB 3.0 port and a full-size HDMI for plugging the laptop into your HDTV.


What immediately jumps out about the HP Stream 11's 11.6-inch, 1366 x 768 screen, is just how washed out the colors look. Throughout the Dunkirk trailer, for example, the sky lacked the yellow "aged film footage" tone that it had on the Samsung Chromebook 3, instead showing a dull blue and white.

The colors produced by the Stream 11's display aren't particularly accurate, but they are on a par with those of other laptops in its price range. It earned a Delta-E rating of 3.69 (lower is better), which is in the same ballpark as the scores from its 14-inch rivals (3.46 for the Dell Inspiron 14 3000 and 3.85 for the Lenovo Ideapad 100S-14). The Samsung Chromebook 3, however, is near perfect, with a Delta-E of 0.21.



I wasn't expecting very high audio quality from this little $200 laptop, but the HP Stream 11 blew me away. For one thing, its dual speakers actually sound dynamic and full, even though they're located at the bottom front of the device. These speakers definitely sound more intense than the ones on the Samsung Chromebook 3. The speakers on the Lenovo Ideapad 100S-14 are quiet but decent, but not quite as good as the ones on those two machines. The Dell Inspiron 14 3000's speakers are a distant fourth.

What really puts HP's audio output above the rest is its inclusion of the DTS Studio Sound dashboard, which lets you customize your audio preferences by sound type. After cycling through the One Love Manchester concert that featured various genres and artists ranging from Black Eyed Peas to Coldplay, I found the Vocal setting to be the most versatile, as it made each track sound as though it were being performed live.

Keyboard and Touchpad

The HP Stream 11 has a solid keyboard with large, well-spaced keys and plenty of snappy feedback. However, the sharp front lip of the laptop really mars the typing experience by painfully scraping your wrists while you attempt to hit the keys. Because I spent a lot of energy trying to avoid getting scratched by the lip, my speed and accuracy were much worse than usual.

On the 10FastFingers.com typing test, I scored 73 words per minute with a whopping 20 percent error rate. That is definitely a step down from my usual speed of 80 words per minute with a 7 percent error rate. When I handed the Stream to a colleague, his error rate quadrupled from 2 to 8 percent, and his speed dropped from 100 wpm to 92 wpm.


Performance and Graphics

The HP Stream 11 offers solid performance for the price. Powered by a 1.6-GHz Intel Celeron N3060 processor, Intel Graphics 400, 4GB of RAM and 32GB of eMMc flash storage, the Stream 11 is snappy when handling basic computing tasks.

However, the system can quickly become taxed when multitasking, which I saw firsthand when I switched among 10 web browser tabs while streaming a long video from YouTube and editing a couple of Google Docs. The laptop still functioned, but there was some definite lag.



The HP Stream 11 has an integrated Intel HD Graphics 400 GPU, which means it's more geared toward Candy Crush Soda Saga than a heavy-duty game such as Overwatch. We put the Stream 11 through its paces on the 3DMark Ice Storm Unlimited benchmark, where it scored 16,230. That's significantly higher than the score from the Lenovo Ideapad 100S-14 (13,568).


When the Stream 11 ran our battery test (continuous web surfing over Wi-Fi ), the laptop lasted 8 hours and 23 minutes, which is respectable but shorter than the runtimes of its competitors. Both the Samsung Chromebook 3 (9:44) and the Dell Inspiron 14 3000 (9:01) lasted longer.


While HP boasts that its Stream devices are "fanless," I would much rather deal with some noise or a couple of air vents in exchange for a better-ventilated system. The bottom-right side of the Stream 11 got uncomfortably hot within just 30 minutes of use -- so much so that I had to move it off my lap right away.

After the laptop streamed a video for 15 minutes, the top-right quadrant of the Stream's underside reached a scorching 104 degrees Fahrenheit, which is significantly hotter than our 95-degree comfort threshold. Thankfully, the area around its touchpad (80 degrees) and keyboard (89 degrees) stayed much cooler.


The Stream 11's front-facing VGA webcam is surprisingly good, with realistic colors and relatively sharp images. When I snapped a selfie with this camera, it picked up every strand of hair from my messy bun, and captured the primary colors in the background correctly. The only downside is that you need to sit quite far away from the Stream 11 to be within range of its lens.

General Brand HP
Model HP
Warranty 6 Months Seller warranty
Return No
Exchange No
Vendor MT Networks
Features Connectivity Wi Fi
Power No
Ram 2GB
Storage 32GB
Weight 1.2000
Display Screen Resolution 1366 x 768 pixels
Screen Size 11.0-11.9 inches