Google is really pushing for the Chromebook product line and with the help of several laptop makers like Dell, the Internet giant will definitely achieve its goal of bringing Chrome OS to a lot of laptops (probably millions) around the world. The company recently introduced that new Dell Chromebook 13 as a follow-up to the Dell Chromebook 11 released a few months ago.

The Dell Chromebook 13 is a premium Chromebook that boasts of a 13.3-inch display screen. It comes equipped with your choice of Intel Celeron, Core i3, or i5 processor, Full High Definition IPS display, dual array microphones, Corning Gorilla Glass NBT touchscreen, a 720p HD video webcam, integrated stereo speakers, and a host of safety and secure solutions. This laptop is ideal for more professional use unlike the Dell Chromebook 11 which was especially prepared for education and ready to survive the wilds of the schoolyard.

The Dell Chromebook 13 promises a more powerful and secure way to manage the laptop that professionals can rely on whether at home or in the field. Those business professionals always on-the-go need something that’s simple yet powerful. Dell and Google working on this new Chromebook is expected to be an ideal product for everyone looking for efficient management solutions, security, speed, connectivity, and productivity for an affordable price.

Dell Chromebook 13’s battery life can last up to 12 hours. The laptop features a carbon fiber weave cover, magnesium alloy palm rest, and an aluminum base. The Chromebook is also light and offers wider viewing angles, as well as, a backlit keyboard and precision touchpad. This Chromebook features a Dell SonicWALL Mobile Connect (VPN) app and Dell Secure Mobile Access appliance so you know it’s really secure.

Dell Chromebook 13 starts will start shipping in Canada and the United States on September 17 with a $399 price tag.

SOURCE: Dell