HP unveiled two Windows based mini PCs at CES, designed to compete with Chromebooks and Chromeboxes. Two models of these PCs will go on sale from January 14th for $180 and $320 respectively.
The $180 model (Stream mini) offers just 2GB of RAM and a 32GB hard drive, powered by an Intel Celeron chip. It comes with a two-year subscription to Microsoft's OneDrive cloud storage service, which will let users keep an extra 200 GB remotely. The $320 model (Pavilion mini) has 4GB of RAM and a 500GB of local storage.
Both of the machines use just 45 watts of power.