Although mobile computers running Chrome OS does not need a powerful CPU, and some of them are quite cost even ARM-platform vendors strive to improve the performance of its products, even if mostly from marketing reasons. An example of this are the recent reports krombeke from Acer, based on Intel Core i3 processor with architecture Haswell and relatively good performance. In the same way, apparently, intending to go and U.S. Dell.
Anyway, at the event in Japan, the company referred to the new version of its Dell Chromebook 11, which will come with Intel Core i3 on Board. Note that this rombuk already proposed for the sphere of education and corporate users, but as the CPU in it’s present now weaker Intel Celeron 2955U family Haswell. With the release of a new modification of the previous version, apparently, will remain on sale.
Other known features of the new version of Dell Chromebook 11 include 4 GB of RAM, an 11.6 inch display with a resolution of 1366×768 and support wireless interface 802.11n Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0, and a couple of USB 3.0 ports, slots for SD cards and the HDMI connector. Also promised to 10 hours of work and support for TPM.