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Dell Chromebook 13 with Carbon fiber & max battery:

Dell Chromebook 13 with Carbon fiber & max battery introduces a new adjective to its ecosystem: classy. Specifically, it fulfills a longstanding need for a professional-grade machine that’s portable, productive & built with high-grade materials. Up to now, no Chromebook had stepped up to meet those demands. The max of 11-inch models have mediocre build quality, and that screen size is too small for all-day work.

On the other end of the scale are the few 14- and 15-inch models, which can be too heavy. Dell Chromebook 13 with Carbon fiber & max battery. Google’s Chromebook Pixel is amazing in all respects. But its price ($999 and up) simply lies beyond most budgets. The Dell Chromebook 13 nails all the business requirements with a starting price of just $429 MSRP (available through Dell). Topping out at $649 for aficionado configurations. It also boasts impressively long battery life, and everyone likes that.

Features:

The Dell Chromebook’s features set it apart from most other Chromebooks. Let’s start with the case. Its lid is made of resilient carbon fiber, with a substantial rubber gasket moving along the top. The body is a combination of magnesium alloy on the keyboard tray and aluminum underneath. I’m not saying you should throw this Chromebook, but if you did. This tough shell would hold up better than your run-of-the-mill consumer model’s.

Our test unit, which is the base model, comes with a 16GB SSD. Other models offer 32GB of storage. The normal 13.3-inch Full HD display (1920×1080) has good image quality. Though its anti-glare coating can make colors look a bit dull. Step up in price to the Full HD touchscreen, which we didn’t test. And you should expect a brighter (if more reflective) image, plus Corning Gorilla Glass for more durability.

Outlook:

The typical consumer Chromebook’s input devices can be awful, with clackety, hard-plastic keys and twitchy touchpads. The Chromebook 13 boosts upon the norm yet again with a chiclet-style, backlit keyboard that feels firm instead of harsh. The glass touchpad is large & responsive.

The audio/video array is typical and unremarkable. You get a 720p webcam, dual microphones, and dual two-watt speakers. The unit is slender and easy to slip into a briefcase or tuck under your arm. It measures 12.93 x 9.03 x 0.66 inches at the back. Acuminate to 0.51 inches in front, not counting the rubber feet. The Chromebook 13 is also fairly light weight at 3.23 pounds. (The touchscreen-equipped model is a little heavier, at 3.56 pounds.)

Connectivity:

Networking means everything on a Chromebook, and the Dell Chromebook 13 is well-equipped. It comes with an Intel Dual-Band Wireless-AC 7260 card, which countenance an 802.11ac Wi-Fi antenna & Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity.

Like any skinny laptop, though, the Dell Chromebook falls short on ports. It has just one each of USB 2.0 & USB 3.0 ports, plus an HDMI 1.4 port. The microSD slot might have been all that could fit in the slim profile. But it’s minor common than an SD slot for taking extra storage. You also get a lock slot, plus a combo jack for headphones or microphone. There’s no USB-C, but that’s still a beautiful new port. I would be disappointed not to see it on the next iteration of this machine, yet.

Performance:

The Dell Chromebook 13 performed noticeably better than its peers, though its setup is nothing special. (We have a conclusion as to why.) Inside is an Intel Celeron 3205U processor (Broadwell) running at 1.5GHz. With 4GB of DDR3L RAM & integrated Intel HD graphics.

Dell Chromebook 13 with Carbon fiber & max battery. We compared it to other Chromebooks with the same CPU and memory amount. The Acer Chromebook C740 and an older Acer Chromebook 15. We also flip in the Acer Chromebook 15 C910. A Chromebook designed for gaming that sports a Core i5-5200U CPU (also Broadwell) & 4GB of RAM. On the other edge of the performance spectrum, we added the Dell Chromebook 11. Which sports an older Intel Celeron N2840 (Bay Trail) chip we’ve tested in Chromebooks.

Testing:

In test after test, the Dell Chromebook 13 outpaced its similarly configured rivals, though not always by enough. Given that the configurations are the same, the only other difference lies in the Chrome OS version when tested. Google updates its OS generally & we update test Chromebooks to the latest OS previously we test it. While the Chromebook 13 was tested using OS version 46.0.2490.82. All the other systems in the chart were running older versions of Chrome. 41.0.2272.102 (64-bit) for the earlier Acer Chromebook 15 & 44.0.2403.125 (64-bit) for the rest.

Dell Chromebook 13 with Carbon fiber & max battery. Browsermark 2.1, for instance, gets right to the heart of the Chromebook’s operating system. Measuring graphics and computational performance within the browser. The Acer Chromebook 15 C910 cleverly outpaced everyone else. But Dell’s Chromebook 13 was the fastest among the rest by a few percentage points.

A similar scenario played out with Google’s Octane 2.0 Javascript benchmark. It pushes hard on more advanced browser-based activities, Containing productivity applications, games, and interactive content. Acer’s Chromebook 15 C910 finished way out in fore, while the Dell Chromebook 13 led the rest of the pack.

Machine’s ability:

It happened yet again in JetStream, a JavaScript benchmark that measures web latency and throughput achievement. As web applications become more sophisticated, a machine’s ability to handle complex graphics and data processing will amount more. Again, Acer’s Chromebook 15 C910 outran all, while Dell’s Chromebook 13 stayed a nose ahead or better than the others.

 

The cr-XPRT performance test measures Chromebook performance in basic productivity tasks as well as more demanding activities. Like watching movies or playing games. The Dell ran neck-and-neck with the older Acer Chromebook 15. While the newer & higher-end Acer Chromebook 15 C910 skated away with the prize.

Dell Chromebook 13 with Carbon fiber & max battery:

Dell Chromebook 13 with Carbon fiber & max battery. The Chromebook 13 shone brightest in battery life, using cr-XPRT 2015’s expected battery life projection. Here, the tables were twisted. The Acer Chromebook 15 C910 posted the shortest life of just over (seven) hours. Due to its power-hungry Core i5 processor. Dell’s Chromebook 13, with a less demanding processor and a large 6-cell, 67WHr battery, outpaced everyone by a huge margin. At 15 hours and change, it lasted 50% longer than the next-best Chromebook on this test.

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