Improve Virtual Classroom Performance With A Dell Chromebook


Published August 2021


To make the best of remote education, it pays to equip students and teachers with devices that can give them as fast and responsive an experience as possible. In hands-on tests, we compared the web app responsiveness, system responsiveness, battery life, and video chat performance of two Chromebooks™:

  • Dell™ Chromebook 3100 powered by an Intel® Celeron® N4020 processor
  • HP Chromebook 11 G8 EE powered by an AMD A4-9120C processor

We found that the Intel Celeron N4020 processor-powered Dell Chromebook 3100 had a longer battery life by 4.5 hours, had a better video send resolution while video chatting, saved time on common tasks in educational apps, and had a higher score on the Speedometer 2.0 web browser benchmark, suggesting it would feel more responsive while a student uses web applications.


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