These HP Stream & Pavilion PC’s are the smallest ever Windows devices starting $180

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HP has unveiled the slimmest ever Windows PC’s in the market which are probably the cheapest ones also. HP is participating in the CES 2015 with many of its devices and these HP Stream Mini and Pavilion Mini PC’s will be the smallest Windows devices you own.

HP Stream Mini Windows 8.1 compact PC

These box shaped PC’s are what you would expect from a full-sized PC where they include processor, RAM, internal storage, port for power, display and USB etc which are necessary to make the Windows PC work correctly. These PC’s look similar to the Apple’s Mac Mini which also have the same boxed shape.

HP Stream mini has the following specifications:

  • 2-inches in height
  • Intel Celeron processor
  • 2GB of RAM
  • 32GB of internal storage
  • 4-USB 3.0 ports
  • 3mm audio jack
  • HDMI port
  • Display port
  • Free 200GB OneDrive plan

This cheapest Windows PC costs just $180 and it is also very power friendly taking just 45-watts of power once powered on.

HP Pavilion mini has the following specifications:

  • Intel Pentium processor of unknown speeds and model
  • 4GB of RAM
  • 500GB of internal storage
  • 4-USB 3.0 ports
  • 3mm audio jack
  • HDMI port
  • Display port

This HP Pavilion mini PC will go on sale for the price of $320 and it also consumes the same 45-watts of power as its little brother.

HP Stream mini and HP Pavilion Mini would be available in the market starting January 14, 2015 and can become the perfect replacement of your home PC.

So, which of these compact PC’s are you getting?

You can visit our CES 2015 section for complete coverage of Windows related products from Consumer Electronics Show.

Source: Engadget

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