The new Dell Chromebook 11 is a laptop equipped with 11-inch (1366 x 768) display, Intel Celeron 2995U dual-core processor, 2GB/4GB of RAM, 16GB SSD and a webcam with 720p video recording. Connectivity options include USB 3.0 port. HDMI, Bluetooth 4.0 and WiFi. Its quoted battery life is ten hours and weighing in just 2.95 pounds and thinner than one inch, the Dell Chromebook 11 is reasonably portable. The laptop should sell for about £159 when it is available in Dell’s official website, likely for the 2GB variant.
With its run-of-the-mill feature, the Chromebook 11 could be aimed for budget users, such as students. It could be much too limited for typical personal use, but it is still an asset for people who prioritize web-centric tasks. Unfortunately, the Chrome OS only provide supports for web-based apps, but there’s mush less chance that it would be affected by malware.
Also, because Chromebooks 11 tend to offer solid build quality and low cost, it would be generally appropriate for younger users. Dell explained that the Chromebook 11 allows IT admins and education professionals to immediately push and remove apps, while enforcing safe web-based practices across the organization.