Dell 2 in 1 Chromebook to come to Market in a few Days
Drop the new Dell Chromebook 5000 series clamshell from 2 feet or let it get hit by the bench still yet you dropped water on it? Don’t worry, nothing is going to happen to the Dell Chromebook 5000 series. Yes, and so says the company adding to it that it has a scratchless display of 11 inch screensize on the entry level. Sounds expensive? It may not be that expensive aimed primarily at students the Dell Chromebook is not just a rugged convertible book its more than that.
Remember one thing anyway. Microsoft will still tell you that Chromebook is not as worthy as it should be, considering its power, which is not much (according to Microsoft) and that the features are not what one would call premium. That’s Microsoft’s take on the Chromebooks. Let’s also keep in mind that contrary to many putting down the Chromebook it boasts a full Chrome OS, touch enabled configurations, ultra convertible designs and pen-support. Go on decide what your requirement is.
Dell, however, went full force promoting its Chromebook 5000 series at BETT Show, London a couple of days ago. And all the above mentioned features were displayed in this ultra-affordable rugged Dell Chromebook 5190, featuring a dual or quad-core Intel Celeron processor inside, whichever you choose. The latter is higher in terms of price, obviously.
Prices will vary according to specifications of the Dell Chromebook 5000 series you choose which is coming to town in a few days hopefully. 2 in 1 convertibility is a unique and useful feature. EMR pen support gives natural pen-to-paper writing experience, hopefully a standard and it comes with a USB Type C connectivity. If you add a World Facing Camera to the 5190 then it will rise a bit more in price.
In any case it surely is a far cheaper alternative and one that should be looked into especially that it is low on power consumption and u can probably go an entire day on battery. In a few days we shall see how good the Dell Chromebook 5000 series is. We have high expectations.