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HP Stream 11-r010nr 11.6-Inch Notebook (Intel Celeron Processor, 2GB RAM, 32 GB Hard Drive, Windows 10 Home 64- Bit), Cobalt Blue

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  • The five HP notebooks announced on Tuesday are twins of their Intel-based siblings in all respects but one – well, two: "What it really comes down to is the chipset and the processor," HP personal-system PR manager Mike Hockey told us. "Aside from that, they're identical boxes."

    AMD's demo video, being from the APU vendor itself, must be taken with a few dozen grains of salt. But it does show the top-of-the-line A-series chip using less power than Intel's Core i7 when running the same workloads. And when we met the new HP notebooks at a pre-release soirée last week, we found them to be cool runners, indeed.

  • Hockey was careful not to directly compare his company's Intel and AMD notebooks, but he did say that when compared to earlier AMD-powered HP notebooks, each of the five new AMD-powered notebooks have improved graphics performance and better battery life – seven hours and 15 minute on the 14-inch 6465b when running MobileMark, for example, and six hours and 30 minutes on the 15.6-inch 6565b. "Basically 'all-day' battery life," he called it.

    Although the computer features a frugal APU, the fan runs continuously and audibly. This can get annoying quickly in quiet environments. The reason for the permanently running fan is a BIOS option found in many HP notebooks: "Fan always on" is enabled. Once this option is disabled, the fan is silent most of the time and only hard drive access is audible. The fan does not get especially loud under full load.

     
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  • AMD released two low-power 9/18-watt Fusion processors – the C-series and E-series – earlier this year. The new 35/45-watt parts in the HP notebooks released on Tuesday are quad-core and dual-core members of the new Fusion A-series, formerly code-named "Llano", and intended to strike fear into the hearts of Intel's laptop-aimed "Sandy Bridge" Core i3, i5, and i7 processors.

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