Enterprise IT vendor Dell today said Dell Chromebook 11 outperforms the HP Chromebook 11 when executing student-related tasks in a test by Principled Technologies.
The Principled Technologies study was commissioned by Dell and Intel.
The report compared the Dell Chromebook 11 to the HP Chromebook 11 across a series of tasks regularly performed by students, including editing documents in Google Docs, reading PDF files and using a CAD viewer application.
On a single charge, the battery life of the Dell Chromebook 11 lasted 86 percent longer than the HP Chromebook 11, yielding up to an additional 5 hours and 16 minutes of productivity.
HP was not available for comments.
Intel-powered Dell Chromebook 11 enables students to spend less time waiting for tasks to load and more time learning and collaborating in and outside the classroom.
New Caney Independent School District in Texas has selected the Dell Chromebook 11 to assist their students to develop the digital skills.
Dell Chromebook 11 will enable New Caney Independent School District’s 11,000 students from third through twelfth grades to develop digital skills and allow them to easy access to learning.
New Caney evaluated nearly every model of Chromebook on the market before selecting Dell, said the IT vendor.
Dell said the students conducted their own rugged testing by dropping devices to assess their sturdiness. New Caney ISD chose the Dell Chromebook 11 for its durability, long battery life and high-performing Intel processor (aka Haswell).