Deal on Dell Chromebook 11 for only $50 at Walmart

The Dell Chromebook 11 is a low-priced Chrome OS laptop and, like most Chromebooks, is appropriately tiny, compact, and good-looking. It is also inexpensive compared to a standard general-purpose notebook. Still, since it is a Chromebook, there are limitations one must accept, such as primary dependence on the Internet and an incredibly low-capacity SSD drive. Dell has made the device stylish without charging a high price to its credit. The dark gray plastic body is understated and would not look out of place on a more expensive business laptop.

The Chromebook 11 weighs 1.3 kg and is 21 mm thick. This means it is certainly portable and can easily fit in a bag or backpack, but it is not as svelte as we would like. Although the Chromebook’s chassis is composed of several plastic components, they fit together well and we struggled to find weak points in the various joints. Dell has kept the design of the updated Chromebook 11 identical to that of the original model.

It has a smooth, matte black body and its edges are straight and sleek, giving the entire body a sophisticated feel. Also, because the lid does not collect fingerprints, this Chromebook will look like it was just taken out of the box for a long time. The display has the typical 1366-by-768-pixel resolution of screens of this size and is reasonably sharp and bright. Vertical viewing angles are limited, but side viewing angles are better.

An HDMI port is capable of outputting 1080p images. A 720p webcam is located above the display. Although Dell boasts a battery life of up to 10 hours for the Chromebook 11, in our tests the 51 Whr battery lasted for five hours and thirty-eight minutes, not enough to get through a full school day, even if we assume that AC power is readily available in the classroom. The port for the AC is a bit of a nuisance because the cable runs straight out the side, with the risk of bumping into everything nearby.

Considering that most computing tasks on a Chromebook will be done via the cloud rather than on the device and that most Chromebook users will not be running heavy video editing programs anyway, the “downgrade” to an Atom-based processor on the Dell model offers great value in terms of performance.

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