Dell and Google team up for their premium professional Chromebook
Just when you thought that Chromebooks more or less remained as low powered devices that get the simple things in life done, such as the simple word document, or perhaps a basic spreadsheet to calculate one’s monthly household expenses, but who would have thought that the humble Chromebook might even come in a premium form factor? Dell has decided that there is enough room for such a market, which is why they have come up with the Dell Chromebook 13 that brings together sleek design, superb performance while running on the Chrome OS in order to deliver an ultimate business-ready solution.
This is a business-class Chromebook, where this 13.3″ device was specially designed for today’s on-the-go lifestyle, as the Dell Chromebook 13 comes with class-leading performance from up to 5th generation Intel Core i5 processors, as well as having up to 12 hours of battery life so that your productivity does not get stunted while you are out and about. Customers too, will be able to enjoy manageability and security software and applications, which will enable it to make its way into just about any professional computing environment without missing a beat.
You will find that the Dell Chromebook 13 is no slouch when it comes to performance, since it has up to 8GB of RAM, in addition to seamless connectivity, a fast boot time and high performance so that you can be as productive as possible, while collaborating with others over the Internet without batting an eyelid thanks to a 720p HD video webcam, accompanied by a 13.3″ Full High Definition IPS display and dual array microphones, where all of them have been specially designed to play nice with Google Hangouts.
There is also a backlit keyboard and precision touchpad that delivers a perfect balance of usability and maximum accuracy, and it has been specially built to meet the needs of the mobile workforce. The asking price for the Dell Chromebook 13 stands at $399 a pop, where it will made available from September 17 onward in the U.S. and Canada.