HP has revealed details of its new Stream lineup of low cost windows devices.
The HP Stream 14 notebook was the first in the line to be announced some weeks back. Now the firm has revealed that two additional laptops and two tablets will also join the Stream range.
The new range is designed to go head to head with Chromebooks on price, while still offering the power of a laptop with a fully fleshed out OS.
Along with the Stream 14, there are now Stream 11 and Stream 13 laptops in the range. The new devices are powered by Intel dual-core Celeron processors based on the Bay Trail architecture.
Both will come with 2GB of RAM and 32GB of eMMC storage.
The Stream 13 will have an optional touchscreen and will be available with optional 4G connectivity.
While the 14-inch Stream 14 is available for $299 (£183), the 13.3-inch model will cost $229.99 (£141), and the 11.6-inch laptop will have a $199.99 (£123) price tag.
There are also two tablets in the range, the HP Stream 7 and the HP Stream 8.
The Stream 7 is a 7-inch device with Windows 8.1 and a price tag of $99.99 (£61).
As well as offering a slightly larger screen, the Stream 8 also comes with optional 4G. It will cost $149.99 (£92).
Both tablets are powered by Intel Atom quad-core processors and have 1366x768 screens.