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Dell’s new laptops for schools include Windows and Chrome OS convertibles

Dell is launching  6 new laptops for the education market. Or rather, the company has 3 new models, but each is available with a choice of Microsoft Windows or Google’s Chrome OS. Some of the fancier features are only available for Windows models, though. The new lineup includes a 13 inch laptop, an 11 inch […]

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Deals of the Day (12-16-2015)

Most Chromebooks tend to be cheap laptops with entry-level hardware such as Intel Celeron or Rockchip RK3288 processors. But a handful of models are available with better specs — and you don’t necessarily need to pay Chromebook Pixel prices to get your hands on one. For example, right now you can pick up a Dell Chromebook […]

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Deals of the Day (8-20-2015)

The Dell Chromebook 11 is one of the sturdiest Chrome OS laptops, and also one of thew few to be available with something faster than an Intel Celeron processor. But it’s also relatively expensive for a Chromebook, with prices typically starting at $250, and climbing higher for models with 4GB of RAM, Core i3 chips, or […]

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Dell launches Bay Trail Chromebook 11, Latitude 11 for school use

As expected, Dell is launching a new version of the Chromebook 11, and this time it has a low-power Intel Bay Trail processor instead of a more powerful Intel Haswell processor like the Core i3 chip in the Chromebook 11 I reviewed recently. But that’s not the only change: Dell has also redesigned the case […]

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Dell is working on a Bay Trail Chromebook

Dell’s Chromebook 11 currently comes with a choice of an Intel Celeron 2955U Haswell or Core i3-4005U Haswell processor. But soon you may be able to buy Dell’s 11.6 inch Chrome OS laptop with an Intel Celeron N2840 Bay Trail processor. The folks at Notebook Italia spotted documents related to the new Dell Chromebook 11 […]

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Dell Chromebook 11 (with Core i3) review

Most Chromebooks are small, inexpensive laptops designed to run Google’s Chrome OS software. But Dell’s Chromebook 11 stands out from the crowd thanks to a business-like design, a sturdy case, and a decent keyboard, among other things. Dell’s Chromebooks are targeted at the education market, but they’re available for anyone to purchase. Prices start at […]

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Lilbits (7-14-2014): Another NVIDIA Shield tablet report

NVIDIA’s working on a tablet with a Tegra K1 processor. It’ll probably run Android and let you play Android games or stream PC games over the internet from your computer, letting you play desktop-class games on the couch or on the bus. We’ve known all of that for a while, even though NVIDIA hasn’t had […]