All of sudden, the Google Chromebook market is getting pretty crowded. Samsung has long been a Chrome partner and Google(s goog) created its own Chromebook Pixel more than a year ago. These days you can also find Chromebooks from Lenovo, HP(s hpq), Acer and in the very near future, from Asus. Dell too is among those partnering with Google and I’ve spent the past week using a Dell Chromebook 11. The laptop is aimed at the education market, but it’s a winning device for regular Chrome OS consumers too.
What’s different about the Dell
With more Chromebook choices than ever, there are becoming fewer and fewer opportunities to differentiate between various models. Dell opted not to use an ARM chip — typically meant to power smartphones and tablets — like HP and Samsung have done with some of their Chromebooks. Instead, this laptop uses a dual-core Intel(s intc) 2955U Celeron…
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