HP Stream - 7" Windows Tablet - 32GB - Black (Certified Refurbished)
Combine power and portability with the 32GB Stream 7" Wi-Fi Tablet from HP. This tablet has a 7" multi-touch IPS LCD display with a native WXGA 1280 x 800 resolution. For power and multi-tasking, this tablet is equipped with a 1.8 GHz Intel Atom Z3735G quad-core processor and 1GB of RAM. The Stream 7 also has 32GB of internal storage, which can be expanded by up to 32GB more via the microSD slot. It also has a micro-USB 2.0 interface for charging and mass-storage connections.
- This Certified Refurbished product is manufacturer refurbished, shows limited or no wear, and includes all original accessories plus a 90-day warranty
- 1.8 GHz Intel Atom Quad-Core Processor
- Integrated 32GB Storage and 1GB RAM - microSDHC Expansion up to 32GB
- Capacitive 7" Multi-Touch Display
- 2 MP Rear Camera and 0.3 MP Front Camera
Evidently the "refurb" was done in a country which shall not be named, but we all know it for the cool stuff that comes from there at very cheap prices, if you're willing to deal with the vendor's zero understanding of quality control and technical writing. I guess they thought they were adding value to the tablet by loading it up with a bunch of malware infested games. So, before you do anything with this refurbished tablet be sure to delete the "free" stuff, and scan deep for viruses. Particularly if you're having problems with updates, and the Windows10 upgrade.
I do indeed recommend this little tablet. I love the price, and like the size, screen clarity, spunky response, lite weight, and fast recharge time, and other features. Just wanted to make sure that everyone knows that it might need a cleaning before use. If you're not someone that can recognize the threat and deal with it, then you might want to get a brand new, virus free HP-Stream7 at the regular price.
They have a noise impedance issue. Which means if you plug in headphones/headset you will hear a buzzing static noise. I sent mine for immediate return as there is no fix from HP. I have tried upgrading to windows 10, installing new drivers, and updating the bios. Everyone has this issue and the only fix is to buy special noise impedance headphones that strip out some noise (and quality), or use the usb OTG cable to usb headphones, but if you do that you lose your ability to use that port which also makes this solution not acceptable.
I had to learn this the hard way so wanted to warn others. I'll be looking for a new tablet.