|Screen Size||11.6 inches|
|Screen Resolution||1366 x 768|
|Max Screen Resolution||1366 x 768|
|Processor||2.1 GHz Intel Celeron|
|RAM||4 GB DDR3L SDRAM|
|Hard Drive||16 GB SSD|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Intel HD Graphics|
|Wireless Type||802.11 A/C|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||1|
|Number of USB 3.0 Ports||1|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||10 hours|
Dell Chromebook 3120 XDGJH - CRM3120-333BLK (11.6", Intel Celeron N2840 2.16GHz, 4GB RAM, 16GB SSD, Chromebook OS)
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- Intel Celeron N2840 (1MB Cache, 2.16GHz up to 2.58GHz)
- Intel HD Graphics, 4GB DDR3L SDRAM, 16GB eMMC Storage
- 11.6-inch LCD Display (1366x768) 720p HD Webcam
- Bluetooth 4.0, Dual-Band 802.11 AC wireless 3-Cell Battery up to 10 Hours, Chrome OS
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Dell Chromebook (CRM3120-1207BLK)
Superior Durability and Design
School tough: The Dell Chromebook 11 is MIL-STD (U.S. Military Standard) tested for durability, pressure, temperature, humidity, shock and vibration, so it can handle student life.
Built for the backpack: The rubberized LCD and base trim absorb shock for superior drop protection.
Surface strength: The scratch-resistant touch screen is made of Corning Gorilla Glass NBT - built to handle every tap, stroke and swipe.
Spill protection: Students can learn without fear. A fully sealed keyboard and touchpad provide the industry’s best spill protection for a student laptop.
Flexible viewing: A 180-degree LCD hinge reduces stress on the lid, lets it lie flat and allows students to easily adjust their screen for more group work opportunities.
Creative opportunity: Encourage collaboration while deterring distraction with the inventive Chromebook. Multi-colored lights signal to the teacher when students are online and not participating, or they can be used to answer questions for a fun change in classroom interaction.
Easy to hear: Whether watching a presentation, chatting with a classmate or playing music to inspire, the dual-array microphones and front-facing speakers make it easy to hear and be heard.
Apps for everything: Their favorite Google apps are built in, and there are thousands more available at the Chrome Web Store to help them collaborate and create with ease. They don’t even have to be online to use the apps, so their creativity knows no bounds.
Power performer: An Intel Celeron processor gives them the speed they need for easier multitasking. The Dell Chromebook 11 boots up in less than 10 seconds. Load Web pages with the Chrome OS and Chrome browser in an instant for better productivity.
Excellent battery life: With state-of-the-art battery life, there is more to see and learn without looking for an outlet.
Students can stay online without the risk of security threats. Apps and data are automatically scanned for malware in the cloud, so your Chromebook stays secure without any additional software.
Always up to date: Software updates happen automatically, so you will never need to purchase or install upgrades manually.
Boots up in under 10 seconds for quick, easy cloud access, where students and teachers can connect to learning resources. And the Chromebook doesn’t slow down over time, so you’re always ready to learn.
Simple to Manage
|Processor||Intel Celeron Bay Trail-M N2840 (Dual Core, 2.16GHz)|
|Operating System||Chrome OS|
|Memory||4GB (1x4GB) 1600MHz DDR3L Memory|
|Hard Drive||16GB eMMC Solid State Drive|
|Display||11.6” Anti-Glare HD LCD|
|Wireless Connectivity||2x2 802.11 ac/a/b/g/n + Bluetooth 4.0|
Manage daily tasks and be productive with an affordable laptop that's easy to use, secure and features up to a 10-hour battery. Boots up in under 10 seconds for quick, easy cloud access, where students and teachers can connect to learning resources. And the Chromebook doesn't slow down over time, so you're always ready to learn.
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- Rapid start up (9 seconds or less, usually much less)
- Long battery life (I have googled and currently there is no battery spec for this item, but the battery icon in the bottom goes to 9 hours when it's full)
- No security risks - Hackers still haven't broken into the locked down Chrome OS
- Automatic / rapid updates that occur seamlessly in the background
So what makes this Chromebook "unique" compared to the others was my question... and the answer:
- Waterproof / spillproof keyboard and trackpad
- Longer battery life - the Chromebook 11 claims 6 hours, this seems to be around 9
- Standard sized (e.g. big brick) power supply - this is obviously not a plus but worth calling out as the power supply feels like it weighs as much as the Chromebook. Total weight = 2.7 pounds (vs. 2.3 pounds for the HP version, or 2.4 pounds for the Acer)
- Looks like most every laptop made since 1990
On that last point.... given how "cool" most of the Chromebooks are from other vendors, I was really surprised to see that this Chromebook is boring <?> black with no aluminum / premium-looking accents. People often mistake my HP for an Apple product, but no one is going to ask you if this computer is an Apple. Not important to most, probably, but the aesthetics are disappointing in this day and age. Another personal preference... the keyboard is "mushy" on the Dell version, vs "springy and clicky" on the HP versions. I prefer the latter as spongy slows me down, and I'm a fast typist.
I also don't understand the benefit of it being able to "open flat" but maybe another reviewer will be able to speak to that. When I open it that way I can't think of anything I would do with it in that position.
The screen is OK -- but viewing angle not. Good for privacy -- but if you aren't directly in front of the screen, the picture suffers.
Right now this is priced at $249 but I assume it will come down to $199 pretty quickly after it launches - that seems to be the sweet spot for Chromebook 11's right now. So who would be the ideal customer for this? Probably a kid getting a computer for the first time .... this thing is made to military standards and the claims are it will withstand spills and drops. I don't plan to try those out, sorry dear readers!
As for power, I was worried that with 2 GB vs 4 GB of memory, it would bog down. I opened 12 tabs, 3 of which were youtube videos that were playing, and it didn't pause or hiccup. Also, sound is adequate and comes out of two speakers above keyboard (vs. other models where sound comes out from under keyboard).
I will update this review as I work with it more, but those are my initial impressions. Also feel free to ask questions in the comments (please be nice...) and I'll do my best to answer them.
Hope this helps.
1) I appreciate a "clackity" feeling & sound when I type. The keyboard on this CB is silent & feels cushioned, like I'm pushing down on a key w/ cotton underneath.
2) I like the fold out aspect, but not as much as I thought I would.
3) The touch pad makes me crazy. It not only lags, but it jumps. I'm constantly opening links that I didn't mean to click on. A separate mouse can be used, and that works fine, but I've experienced better.
I will say that this is decent for young kids b/c it's sturdy. On the other hand, my 8 yr. old complains that he can't play a bunch of games on CoolMath.com because of the mouse. Using the Chromebook will lead to frustration (and the dreaded whining).
There are better products for the price in my opinion.