Dell teams with Google for a pro-level Chromebook 13: Hands on
Hi there, we are here taking a look at Dell's new Chromebook 13.
This is a Chromebook intended for business audiences, but it has got some crossover potential, it takes a lot of design cues from XPS 13 that we like so much.
The construction here looks really nice, the back of the lid is a carbon fiber weave here and the palm rest, it's a magnesium alloy, on the bottom we have aluminium.
So really not a lot of plastic in this guy.
It's gonna start at about 399.
For that you're gonna get a Celeron processor and a non-touch screen.
If you go all the way up to about 899, you can get a Core i5, you can get a touch screen.
All of these include a 1920 by 1080p full HD display.
I also like this guy has a backlit keyboard.
That's something you very rarely see on a Chromebook.
The Dell Chromebook 13 is going to be available starting September 17th.
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