|Screen Size||11.6 Inches|
|Screen Resolution||1366 x 768|
|Max Screen Resolution||1366x768 Pixels|
|Memory Speed||1333 MHz|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Intel HD Graphics|
|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)
|Type of product||Laptop|
|Voice command||Touch Pad|
|Operating System||Chrome 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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What I got was a cheaper Dell Chromebook, Model #3181. It has half the storage and a slower processor. Everyone makes mistakes, so I printed off the label and drove to the UPS drop-off and ordered the 3120 again.
And then I got another 3181. And have to drive to the drop-off again. And now I have 2 charges and 2 refunds on my card and a strong desire to buy a laptop somewhere else.
In short, this isn't a review of the laptop (since I can't review something I haven't received) itself but rather a warning that there is something wrong with this particular laptop ordering process.
A significant drawback has more to do with the limitations of the Google Chrome OS (operating system) UI / UX (user interface / user experience) design of the graphical user interface software itself -- with regard to some interface elements on screen such as some of the icons, menu font size and other elements like the web browser URL address bar / search bar text size -- where some font sizes (text sizes) are way too small to comfortably read at a normal viewing distance. This is a huge issue if you intend to spend much time with this device, but is a Google software design issue, not an issue with the Dell hardware itself (as these are not an issue if you install something like Ubuntu Linux on this laptop). Google does allow adjustment of font sizes (text sizes) for some screen elements in certain contexts but not all. So some screen elements are painfully small and difficult to read on this 11 inch display size. Note: Adjusting the screen to a lower resolution is NOT an adequate solution to fix this issue, as you end up with a blurry screen when you switch from the native resolution -- and at a lower resolution you may not be able to access the entire interface. Likewise, the accessibility settings options do NOT adequately solve this issue either.
This software interface issue could be fixed by Google in its design of Chrome OS but do not hold your breath waiting for Google to do so. Not likely to happen anytime soon. Ironically, as far as this issue goes you can get a much better experience with Google Chrome on a Windows or Mac laptop where their operating systems give you much more flexibility with user interface and accessibility options and screen resolution (especially on the Mac). So with these limitations of the Google Chrome OS interface you would get a better user experience with a larger 13 inch Chromebook display.
But the 11 inch display Chromebook is very light and extremely portable as a utility laptop -- and you can bounce back and forth with some font size (text size) settings and zoom options to somewhat offset this limitation depending on the context of what webpage or app you are working with at the moment.
Also if you look at the pictures you can see the differences in the casing on the laptop at the hinges and the slight slope in front of the trackpad only present on the 3180 series.
When trying to load new OS's onto this machine the difference is large, and makes an impact. If you don't care about that kind of thing then it's fine, however, know that you are not getting exactly what you ordered, but a downgraded version.
Link to the Laptop that was shipped: https://www.amazon.com/Dell-Chromebook-83C80-11-6-Inch-Traditional/dp/B06X9DR1B8/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1548299136&sr=8-3&keywords=dell+chromebook+3180
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