According to Theverge, Dell has now released its new Chromebook 11 and is fully available. The specs of it include a 11-inch, 1366 x 768 screen, spill-resistant keyboard, a dual-core, Intel Bay Trail-M Celeron processor running at 2.16GHz and comes with a decent 16GB of storage.
Battery life is expected at 10 hours, providing good autonomy for those on the road. As for the price of Dell’s Chromebook 11, expect to pay $299 for the 4GB version, if you want the 2GB version then its cheaper at $249. Downside is NO i3 processor option.
The Dell Chromebook 11 is being pushed for the education market, partly due to its relatively cheap price and because Windows 8.1 is not the greatest.
We should also expect the The Latitude 11 a Windows based laptop to be available in March 3rd, the specs are not fully available as we only know it will include an Intel Celeron processor, 2GB of RAM, and a small 250GB hard drive its cost is expected to be around $299.