We unboxed the HP Stream 11 x360. Here's a video first look.

HP has devices available at every end of the price spectrum. You've got your high-end, $1,000-or-more laptops, and you've also got your low-end, sub-$300 laptops. HP makes both, and it makes both rather well. Today we're taking a look at the low-end HP Stream 11 x360, a multi-form-factor device aimed at media consumption and light work while on the go.

Similar to HP's other x360 devices, the Stream 11 x360 is rocking a 360-degree hinge, allowing it to be transformed into either a tablet, or be used in tent mode or tablet-stand mode. It's rocking an 11.6" 1366x768 IPS touch screen, along with 2GB RAM and 32GB eMMC storage. It s not a high-end device by any means, but for the price that shouldn't come as a surprise.

The device is plastic, with some cool patterns and textures on the top and underneath the keyboard. Speaking of the keyboard, I really like it. It's clicky and feels great to type on. The touch pad is OK but nothing special, which is again to be expected for less than $300.

We'll be doing a first impressions piece and full review soon, so stay tuned. You may also want to check out our HP Spectre x360 15 review.

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