Microsoft might be working on their own competitor to the Chromebook, well if this recent leak if anything to go by.

The leak comes from the site Mobilegeeks and shows a new Windows PC called the HP Stream 14, which will use 100GB of OneDrive cloud storage for free for two years, much like what the Chromebook does with storage.

Aside from that it is also said that the notebook will be priced at $199 much like the Chromebook, and will feature a 14-inch display with a 1366 x 768 pixel resolution, AMD Mullins chip with 2GB of RAM, an SDXC card slot and either 32 or 64GB of storage.

It is also said that the notebook will feature support for Bluetooth and WiFi, three USB ports, a HDMI out, a webcam, and four speakers that support Beats Audio, and all running on Microsoft’s Windows 8.1 OS.

The notebook is finally said to weigh 3.9 pounds.

As of yet we have nothing official yet, but when we do hear anything official we will let you know.

Source: Mobilegeeks

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