The HP Stream Mini Was Introduced At CES 2015

By: Rahul Kalvapalle - Jan 6, 2015
References: store.hp & gizmag
The Stream Mini by HP is a desktop computer, introduced at CES 2015, that offers a low price point and is focused on cloud storage functionality.

This low-end computing machine is powered by an Intel Celeron 2957U processor with 2 GB RAM. The Windows 8.1-equipped machine offers 200 GB of Microsoft OneDrive Storage for two years, in addition to 32 GB of solid state drive storage. This effectively makes it a competitor for the Google Chrome operating system-powered Chromebox machine.

At $180, the HP Stream Mini is eminently affordable. The price also includes a $25 Windows Store gift card, which will help you get the machine up and running and load it with apps, music and all kinds of other content.