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Dell Chromebook 13 (2015) review: The best Chromebook around, but at a cost



Looking at the Chromebook market, you could be forgiven for thinking it’s just the modern iteration of the netbook age. Small, cheap, underpowered plastic laptops that offer very little to anyone wanting a higher end experience in a portable and affordable package. Dell changed that with the Chromebook 13. Now you can get a premium OS laptop without spending silly money on a Pixel.

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33 thoughts on “Dell Chromebook 13 (2015) review: The best Chromebook around, but at a cost

  1. where can i buy it ? please someone help me… i live inside EU and cant find it anywhere..i need it with i3..screen matte or touch not important…pleasee helppp

  2. At the same price we have the dell chromebook 13 in the weaker model or pixel 2013. Which of the two do you recommended ?

  3. the only thing that stopped me from buying a chromebook i that i have a really slow internet speed 1.7 mbps and if data completes(8gb) on 0.55mbps i pay $15 for this speed

  4. Is that a Moto 360?
    I'm close to buying the Dell Chromebook 13, but the Acer Chromebook 14 was just released. Decisions, decisions…

  5. So…. foregoing any usefullness like a flexible hinge or lip to open mean nothing. It's still the "best made chromebook"…

    Wow…. do tech journalists do ANY independent thinking anymore? Do they all just say what the company marketing teams tell them to? Since when is this a "good quality build" laptop? In the same vein as glass and metal being "good build materials" for phones. Yeah they are, if you know NOTHING about signals, connectivity or durability. It's amazing that companies have convinced idiots to say fragility and instability in machines is preferable. What a con.

    Logic here folks: High price tag DOES NOT automatically equal high quality.

  6. Oh and. Are there any chance that you could compare this model with the low end one? I would want to know the difference between the mat display and the glossy one. I have always used glossy displays in the past, so have no idea if it's going to annoy me with a mat one.

  7. Why didn't I find this review when I searched on YouTube? Luckily I stumbled in to your channel anyways. Thanks for the review. Subbed.

  8. i still don't know why anyone would want Chrome o/s … it is useless without a connection … especially if you don't use Google services like me.

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