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The SSD is soldered as it is eMMC. The RAM is also soldered and most of these only include 2GB of RAM. You can get 4GB, but only on the Stream 13 - which is more expensive.
 
The problem with these systems is it’s part of the Windows 8.1 with Bing licensing requirements - you can’t have more then 32GB of storage and 4GB of RAM - most only include 2GB of RAM to be safe with Microsoft. '''Technically any type of storage will work as long as the storage requirements are met. However, eMMC is popular due to cost since these are disposable devices despite being able to use M.2 2242 SATA III SSDs from enterprise Chromebooks with modular storage.''' '''Part of that is these are meant to compete with Chromebooks, which is why they impose such requirements - and also a not so subtle push to pay for OneDrive.''' It

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reminds me of Office 2010 Starter which we all know worked to sell real licenses and wasn’t downloaded online for free by anyone who could get by. Right?
The problem with these systems is it’s part of the Windows 8.1 with Bing licensing requirements - you can’t have more then 32GB of storage and 4GB of RAM - most only include 2GB of RAM to be safe with Microsoft. '''Technically any type of storage will work as long as the storage requirements are met. However, eMMC is popular due to cost since these are disposable devices despite being able to use M.2 2242 SATA III SSDs from enterprise Chromebooks with modular storage.''' '''Part of that is these are meant to compete with Chromebooks, which is why they impose such requirements - and also a not so subtle push to pay for OneDrive.''' It

It
reminds me of Office 2010 Starter which we all know worked to sell real licenses and wasn’t downloaded online for free by anyone who could get by. Right?
 
Due to the storage and RAM requirements which are special to these devices, they’re never upgradeable and are disposable after a few years. '''In the case of the HP Stream 11, they only installed 2GB to be safe and reduce their manufacturing cost - which makes it worse. Sadly, there is no upgrade path for any of these 8.1 with Bing systems.'''

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The SSD is soldered as it is eMMC. The RAM is also soldered and most of these only include 2GB of RAM. You can get 4GB, but only on the Stream 1313 - which is more expensive.
The SSD is soldered as it is eMMC. The RAM is also soldered and most of these only include 2GB of RAM. You can get 4GB, but only on the Stream 1313 - which is more expensive.
 
The problem with these systems is they’re discounted licenseit’s part of the Windows 8.1 with Bing systems. The special speclicensing requirements - you can’t have more then 32GB of storage and 4GB of RAM - most only include 2GB of RAM to getbe safe with Microsoft. '''Technically any type of storage will work as long as the storage requirements are met. However, eMMC is popular due to cost since these are disposable devices despite being able to use M.2 2242 SATA III SSDs from enterprise Chromebooks with modular storage.''' '''Part of that licenseis these are horrible as it’s a way for Microsoftmeant to sell cloud services by pushing people by forcecompete with Chromebooks, which is why they impose such requirements - much likeand also a not so subtle push to pay for OneDrive.''' It reminds me of Office 2010 Starter. WeStarter which we all know how that worked outto sell real licenses and wasn’t downloaded online for free by anyone who could get by. Right?
The problem with these systems is they’re discounted licenseit’s part of the Windows 8.1 with Bing systems. The special speclicensing requirements - you can’t have more then 32GB of storage and 4GB of RAM - most only include 2GB of RAM to getbe safe with Microsoft. '''Technically any type of storage will work as long as the storage requirements are met. However, eMMC is popular due to cost since these are disposable devices despite being able to use M.2 2242 SATA III SSDs from enterprise Chromebooks with modular storage.''' '''Part of that licenseis these are horrible as it’s a way for Microsoftmeant to sell cloud services by pushing people by forcecompete with Chromebooks, which is why they impose such requirements - much likeand also a not so subtle push to pay for OneDrive.''' It reminds me of Office 2010 Starter. WeStarter which we all know how that worked outto sell real licenses and wasn’t downloaded online for free by anyone who could get by. Right?
 
These things can’t have more then 32GB ofDue to the storage and no more then 4GB of RAM - manyrequirements which are special to these devices, they’re never upgradeable and are disposable after a few years. '''In the case of them includethe HP Stream 11, they only installed 2GB to be on the safe side and 4GB is a premium option just in casereduce their manufacturing cost - which makes it costs them later on. ANY storage type can be used, but the problemworse. Sadly, there is a lot of vendors choose eMMC as it’s easier to implement then a low capacity M.2 2242 SATA SSD they can easily get from a OEM who sells them as they’re popular for not terrible Chromebooks, so it’s not like they don’t exist - they choose to deliberately make them disposable. Sadly, these have no upgrade path due to the cheapnessfor any of these internally so you need to buy a laptop8.1 with actual modularity which will cost significantly more.Bing systems.'''
These things can’t have more then 32GB ofDue to the storage and no more then 4GB of RAM - manyrequirements which are special to these devices, they’re never upgradeable and are disposable after a few years. '''In the case of them includethe HP Stream 11, they only installed 2GB to be on the safe side and 4GB is a premium option just in casereduce their manufacturing cost - which makes it costs them later on. ANY storage type can be used, but the problemworse. Sadly, there is a lot of vendors choose eMMC as it’s easier to implement then a low capacity M.2 2242 SATA SSD they can easily get from a OEM who sells them as they’re popular for not terrible Chromebooks, so it’s not like they don’t exist - they choose to deliberately make them disposable. Sadly, these have no upgrade path due to the cheapnessfor any of these internally so you need to buy a laptop8.1 with actual modularity which will cost significantly more.Bing systems.'''

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The SSD is soldered as it is eMMC. The RAM is also soldered and most of these only include 2GB of RAM. You can get 4GB, but only on the Stream 13.
The SSD is soldered as it is eMMC. The RAM is also soldered and most of these only include 2GB of RAM. You can get 4GB, but only on the Stream 13.
 
The problem with these is they’re 8.1discounted license Windows 8.1 with Bing systems and they havesystems. The special spec requirements in terms of specsto get that license are horrible as it’s a way for Microsoft expects to get the discounted licence. They need to sell cloud services by pushing people by force - much like Office 2010 Starter. We all know how that worked out. Right?

These things can’t
have more then 32GB or less forof storage (type doesn’t matter, but most use eMMC) and lessno more then 4GB of RAM (most use- many of them include 2GB to be safe). You will needon the safe side and 4GB is a laptop with an actualpremium option just in case it costs them later on. ANY storage type can be used, but the problem is a lot of vendors choose eMMC as it’s easier to implement then a low capacity M.2 2242 SATA SSD they can easily get from a OEM who sells them as they’re popular for not terrible Chromebooks, so it’s not like they don’t exist - they choose to deliberately make them disposable. Sadly, these have no upgrade path ifdue to the cheapness of these internally so you wantneed to be able to upgrade anythingbuy a laptop with actual modularity which will cost significantly more.
The problem with these is they’re 8.1discounted license Windows 8.1 with Bing systems and they havesystems. The special spec requirements in terms of specsto get that license are horrible as it’s a way for Microsoft expects to get the discounted licence. They need to sell cloud services by pushing people by force - much like Office 2010 Starter. We all know how that worked out. Right?

These things can’t
have more then 32GB or less forof storage (type doesn’t matter, but most use eMMC) and lessno more then 4GB of RAM (most use- many of them include 2GB to be safe). You will needon the safe side and 4GB is a laptop with an actualpremium option just in case it costs them later on. ANY storage type can be used, but the problem is a lot of vendors choose eMMC as it’s easier to implement then a low capacity M.2 2242 SATA SSD they can easily get from a OEM who sells them as they’re popular for not terrible Chromebooks, so it’s not like they don’t exist - they choose to deliberately make them disposable. Sadly, these have no upgrade path ifdue to the cheapness of these internally so you wantneed to be able to upgrade anythingbuy a laptop with actual modularity which will cost significantly more.

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The SSD is soldered as it is eMMC and theeMMC. The RAM is also soldered and most of these only include 2GB of RAM, since many of them were released when Win8.1 with Bing was a thing due to the requirements for the discounted license at the time (less then 4GB of RAM and no more then 32GB of onboard storage)RAM.
The SSD is soldered as it is eMMC and theeMMC. The RAM is also soldered and most of these only include 2GB of RAM, since many of them were released when Win8.1 with Bing was a thing due to the requirements for the discounted license at the time (less then 4GB of RAM and no more then 32GB of onboard storage)RAM.
 
YouThe problem with these is they’re 8.1 with Bing systems and they have special requirements in terms of specs that Microsoft expects to get the discounted licence. They need to have 32GB or less for storage (type doesn’t matter, but most use eMMC) and less then 4GB of RAM (most use 2GB to be safe). You will need a laptop with an actual upgrade path if you want to be able to upgrade anything.
YouThe problem with these is they’re 8.1 with Bing systems and they have special requirements in terms of specs that Microsoft expects to get the discounted licence. They need to have 32GB or less for storage (type doesn’t matter, but most use eMMC) and less then 4GB of RAM (most use 2GB to be safe). You will need a laptop with an actual upgrade path if you want to be able to upgrade anything.

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The SSD is soldered as it is eMMC and the RAM is also soldered and most of these only include 2GB of RAM, since many of them were released when Win8.1 with Bing was a thing due to the requirements for the discounted license at the time (less then 4GB of RAM and no more then 32GB of onboard storage).

You will need a laptop with an actual upgrade path if you want to be able to upgrade anything.

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