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Chromebook 13,I3 5005U 4Gb,16Gb Ssd,1Yr Basic

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  • Processor Type: Core i3
  • Processor Model: i3-5005U
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<b>Ultra sleek and durable in design</b><br /><br />Experience Dell's first professional Chromebook built with Carbon Fiber and mag alloy chassis to impress the "C" suite of commercial customers and their discerning clients. It's sleek design and uncompromising fit and finish combined with an industry first fifth generation Intel&reg; Core i&trade; performance and stunning Full HD display will last 12+ hours for optimum productivity and is complimented by a full ecosystem of peripheral devices and award winning Dell service.<br /><br /><b>Concerned about legacy software applications, don't be</b> <br /><br />Transition when you like or not at all. Relax knowing that along with Google Apps, MS Office and various web based apps will run seamlessly on this professional Dell Chromebook to support your current job. Many companies build their own internal apps on Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, ChromeOS, Android, and iOS, Chrome allows developers to build, test, and maintain one web app across all these platforms.<br /><br /><b>Enjoy ease in installation and worry free virus protection</b><br /><br />Unlike traditional computers the Dell Chromebook 13 won't slow down over time because software updates are automatic and maintenance is easy. Simply keep the unit charged and connected. Built in the chrome operating system are multiple layers of security to help keep you safe from web bound viruses and malware. The choice is yours, choose auto-updates to get the latest security fixes or manu

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Summary : Screen Size, Screen Resolution, Graphics Coprocessor, Graphics Card RAM
Processor 8032
Brand Name Dell
Series Dell Chromebook 13 7310
Item model number RTGY4.DELL
Item Weight 4.8 pounds
Product Dimensions 9 x 12.9 x 0.8 inches
Item Dimensions L x W x H 9.03 x 12.93 x 0.84 inches
Color Black
Processor Count 1

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4.5 out of 5 stars 24 customer reviews

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Best Sellers Rank #16,827 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
#3,494 in Computers & Accessories > Laptops > Traditional Laptops
Shipping Weight 4.8 pounds
Date First Available September 30, 2015

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(Note: in this review i'm not talking about ChromeOS, there are plenty of resources out there that weigh the pros and cons of the OS. I'm personally a fan, but think it's more productive to just review the machine itself)

This might be the best quality built laptop with a base price under $500. I've been to Best Buy and seen what passes at $800 Windows machines that aren't ultrabooks including Dell's own Inspiron line. Forget that the display models at Best Buy freeze and lock up with Windows 10, they simply don't have the fit and finish this machine has. Clearly Dell takes it's business machines much more seriously than their consumer grade machines in stores.

This machine is made of aluminum and has a carbon fiber touch at the top. The backlit keyboard is very clicky and responsive. It's the best keyboard I have ever used on a Chromebook or a notebook not called Macbook Pro. Same goes for the glass trackpad, which i've read Dell brought over from the $1000+ XPS line (another highly reviewed Dell business product). Simply put, Dell's machine easily puts Windows computers hundreds of dollars more expensive on notice. This is big milestone in Chromebook design, and I hope Dell keeps improving on this line.

This is the Core i3 model which scores around 20,000 on Google's Octane benchmark. This is generally more than twice that of many Chromebooks running Exynos, Nvidia, Rockchip and Bay Trail "Celeron" processors found on $200 Chromebooks. Not only does this machine rip through heavy javascript, but the HD5500 graphics has 23 Execution Units, compared to their "Bay Trail" Celeron chips found on the Toshiba Chromebook 2 (2014) which has 4 Execution Units, or the Broadwell Celeron found in the base model of the Dell Chromebook 13 (12 Execution Units).
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Wicked fast (the i3 5005u), marathon battery life, great track pad and keyboard. Build quality is Macbook Pro-like and it looks great in my opinion. Speakers are bare bones though, iPad Air 2 and smartphones surpass. They really are horrible; it almost sounds like the speaker blew out as it rattles during playback. This combined with the inability to download Spotify makes for a mediocre audio experience in all honesty. (but Android apps coming to Chromebooks will make this a non-issue.)

I had a Toshiba Chromebook 2 (atom processor) for a couple days before this and while it has some bright spots- glossy screen allows for better color and contrast but not by that much, speakers are as good as it gets at this price point but mid range Windows laptops can be better especially in the lows and mids- this laptop is worth the extra money as it feels like it could survive a road trip or a fall off of the couch. The Toshiba feels like it is only suitable for light use; the display is very thin and light to fault. But the TC2 2015 models with the better chips and stellar speakers make me ~almost~ regret not going with a Toshiba instead. I think I'm taking the keyboard, trackpad, and overall build quality of this Dell for granted, though. But gosh, if they could have put good speakers in, I would have paid an additional $100 and had myself the perfect mid-range laptop.

Lastly, I'm using this as my main laptop since my 4+ year old Lenovo Ideapad Y570 Hdd died. I wanted a modern, sleek, and fast laptop as a replacement that wouldn't break the bank and this met my overall expectations but gives me pause in the audio department.
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First impressions are "wow". I did a ton of research on all Chromebooks before buying, and this purchase has not disappointed. I use a 15" Macbook Pro (2013 model) for work and absolutely love it. However, I wanted a personal machine that was lighter, simple, and super-fast. I considered the Toshiba but after a bunch of research and Youtube-ing, the Dell Chromebook 13 emerged as the right choice for me.

It feels very premium, the keyboard is amazing, and it's insanely fast (especially with the i3 processor). The battery life is also ridiculously good and unlike anything I've ever seen before. For the folks who refuse to consider ChromeOS due to the limitations of the operating system, I installed Ubuntu in a day or so after reading/watching some guides. It's not perfect, and the ChromeOS experience is so good, that I'll probably remove it anyway. However, it's nice to know it's there as an option and if you absolutely need a Windows application you can make it work without too much effort.

I'm also using a 24" external monitor with an HDMI to DVI cable and it works flawlessly. In no particular order, here are the things I am loving about this machine:
- very light and sturdy
- runs silently and doesn't seem to generate any heat
- keyboard is perfect and includes backlit keys
- display is beautiful and it's easy to adjust the resolution if you find the font too small (I did)
- ports and setup are convenient and include exactly what I need (HDMI, 2 USB)
- battery is best I've ever used/seen
- trackpad is premium, glass, and feels exactly like my Macbook Pro
- Chrome OS experience is nearly flawless, especially if you enjoy the Google ecosystem and its products

Not sure I really have any gripes yet.
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