At CES 2015 lot of tech madness is going on and it looks like that it will continue for sure. HP has been currently dominating the PC market and they introduced a lot of stuffs from tablet to laptops and most of their PC’s support Chrome OS, Windows and Android and the Chrome OS were cheaper and it was said that there is no one going to kill the Google’s OS, but not anymore. At CES, HP revealed the Stream Mini and the Pavilion Mini, their cheapest and smallest Windows computers.
Looks same as the Mac mini, HP’s both the mini computers supports Windows. HP Stream Mini is priced for $180 and the specs for it are 2GB RAM, with 32GB local storage and cloud storage of 200GB is also there and comes with a 2 year subscription. On the other hand, the Pavilion Mini costs $320 and has much more powerful specs including 4GB RAM and 500GB local storage. Both the mini computers have four USB 3.0 ports, an audio jack, HDMI socket and DisplayPort and can be connected to two monitors at the same time.
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Just required 45 watts of Power, these 2 mini computers are surely going to give a tough competition. Both these devices will hit the market by 14th January and that’s for US and we are not sure whether HP will launch these mini PCs in India or not but if they did we will surely notify you about them.