|Screen Size||13.3 inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||1366x768 pixels|
|Processor||2 GHz Intel Core i3|
|Hard Drive||16 GB|
|Wireless Type||802.11 A/C|
|Number of USB 3.0 Ports||1|
Dell Commercial CRM73103089BLK 13.3" i3 5005U 4GB 16GB (RTGY4)
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|Sold By||—||Amazon.com||Cornfield Tech||Amazon.com||Amazon.com||Amazon.com|
|RAM Size||4 GB||4 GB||4 GB||4 GB||4 GB||4 GB|
|Processor (CPU) Manufacturer||Intel||Intel||Intel||Intel||Intel||Intel|
|Processor Speed||2 GHz||1.6 GHz||1.6 GHz||2 GHz||1.5 GHz||1.6 GHz|
|Display Resolution Maximum||1366x768 pixels||1920 x 1080 pixels||1366 x 768 pixels||1920 x 1080||3200x1800 pixels||1366x768 pixels|
|Screen Size||13.3 in||14 in||13.3 in||15.6 in||13.3 in||13.3 in|
|Hard-Drive Size||16 GB||32 GB||16 GB||32 GB||0 GB||0 GB|
|Item Dimensions||11.5 x 18.1 x 2.9 in||9.31 x 13.43 x 0.67 in||11.81 x 1.76 x 3.15 in||0.97 x 9.65 x 15.08 in||12.59 x 8.64 x 1 in||11.6 x 18.5 x 3.1 in|
|Item Weight||—||3.42 lbs||4.94 lbs||4.85 lbs||2.69 lbs||5.55 lbs|
|Operating System||Chrome OS||Chrome||Chrome OS||Chrome||Chrome||Chrome|
|RAM Type||Unknown||Unknown||DDR3 SDRAM||DDR3 SDRAM||DDR3 SDRAM||Unknown|
|Wireless Compatibility||802.11 A/C||802.11 A/C||Bluetooth, 802.11abg, 802.11bgn||802.11 A/C||802.11 A/C||—|
Dell Chromebook 7310 - Black. 13.3" FHD non-touch LCD. Intel i3-5005U. 4GB RAM. 16GB solid state drive. Chrome OS. Intel dual band Wireless-AC 7260 802.11AC Wi-Fi + BT 4.0 LE wireless card. Internal keyboard. Layout 74 keys us-english. For us, Canada. 67Whr 6 cell battery. 1X USB 3.0, 1X USB 2.0 / HDMI 1.4 ports.
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Screen: Great screen. The matte finish allows great viewing angles regardless of surrounding light
Keyboard: Good travel and feels premium. Has a soft touch feel that makes typing very comfortable
Trackpad: Bar none, this is the best trackpad on any chromebook on the market. Toshiba take note.
Batter Life is out of this world. With simple browsing this battery easily lasts two full days of use. Unbelievable battery.
Build Quality: Probably the nicest built chromebook I've ever used. It feels nice and solid in the hand, has some heft to it and doesn't feel like after one drop it's going to shatter into pieces (though I haven't dropped it yet)
My particular model doesn't like to sit flat on the table. It is slightly raised on the left hand palm rest. It's slightly annoying but easily overlooked
The headphone jack is atrocious. I don't know if it's just my model but any movement of the headphone in the jack causes the sound to immediately fire out of the speakers. Highly annoying when I'm in the library and I adjust the chromebook only to have my music blasting out of it. Seriously Dell, get this fixed.
MicroSD instead of Full Size SD.... Really? How is this a good idea?
Final thoughts: It's still the best chromebook on the market. 9/10 would recommend.
The Dell build quality and materials are far nicer and very solid feeling. The carbon fiber of the palm rest and sides feels very good and pleasing to the touch. Also, the display cover which feels like suede feels very nice.
The keyboard is a step up on the Dell and feels as good as my MacBook Pro.
The trackpad is a pleasure to use and just as good as my MacBook Pro.
The display which I prefer glossy, so I like the Toshiba better. This display on the Toshiba is on par with the retina on my Macbook. Also, the Toshiba is a couple clicks brighter. I wish the Dell got just a bit brighter. I am maxed out most of the time. This is the only disappointment for me with the Dell.
It is interesting how the Dell feels bulkier in the hand, but the weight difference is tiny.
The display hinges on the Toshiba have loosened up over the past three months of use. Still adequate but definitely noticeable. The Dell's large hinge is very solid feeling.
As a first time user of the Chrome OS, but as a long-time user of Google's services on my Windows desktop and aging MacBook Pro, I find Chrome (or Google OS) to be very user friendly. As other reviewers have mentioned, this is based on Linux, and at some point I will make use of this Chromebook's i3 processor by using Crouton to have Ubuntu a click away. For a surprisingly high number of uses, Chrome OS by itself is more than enough.
The 4GB of RAM is certainly enough. I was skeptical at first, but Chrome OS is incredibly lightweight. The processor (vs the Celeron in the step down model) likely affirms this impression. With multi-tasking (lots of tabs in browser) I have yet to notice any lag that would really prevent me from my work. I have attached an external drive to watch a 1080p movie and had no trouble with stuttering.
The SSD on here can actually be upgraded. It is an m.2 2242 SSD, and there aren't too many of this variety on the market. Some notable manufacturers would be ADATA and Transcend. I'm not sure if I will be doing this upgrade, but it's certainly worth knowing because most other Chromebooks/Netbooks use eMMC as flash storage, which is not as reliable in the long term.
The battery life is out of this world. One day I'll really put it to the test, but as of right now, with only this Amazon page open, I'm at 74% and over 9 hours left. If I were to lower the brightness, I could definitely get the 15 hours the marketing material claims.
Most impressive is simply the chassis itself. It is very light and robust. The magnesium alloy has a texture on the top and on the inside, which make it soft to the touch. I can't wait to bring this to work. This is truly business class, no plastic to be chipped and no half-measures taken to build this machine.
The display is gorgeous. The colors are vivid and seem true, and it is plenty bright. The ambient light sensor seems to work well, since I notice the keyboard's backlight turning on and off depending on the sunlight.
Speaking of the keyboard, it is wonderful. These are chiclet style keys, with a surprisingly long amount of travel and a very nice, firm pressure point. The trackpad is large for a 13" device, and the glass is very smooth. Coming from a MacBook, I did not mind the transition whatsoever. As noted in one of the top reviews, the clicking is a bit odd, but mostly I've been utilizing "tap to click," which makes a bit less noise. It also works for "right clicking," by tapping two fingers. Very nice.
All in all, I am very happy with this purchase. For this amount of money, I could have gotten a mid-range Windows machine, but the Dell Chromebook 13 has much nicer build quality than any other laptop for this amount of money. Since most people use their expensive laptops to watch Netflix anyway, I'd suggest looking at Chromebooks first. I fancy some Thinkpad models, but again, I'd be spending a whole lot more for "performance" I would never need to begin with.
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