Dell Chromebook 3120 XDGJH - CRM3120-333BLK (11.6", Intel Celeron N2840 2.16GHz, 4GB RAM, 16GB SSD, Chromebook OS)

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- The best price we've seen on Amazon in the past 12 months was on March 1, 2020. The current price is considered the highest. It is 46% higher than the cost at its lowest.

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Updated September 18, 2020
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DatePrice ActionChange %Price Level
7 Sep, 2020Price Increase47.63%highest
19 Jun, 2020Price Drop-24.10%average
30 May, 2020Price Increase1.32%highest
24 May, 2020Price Increase59.58%high
12 Mar, 2020Price Increase2.01%low
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Dell Chromebook 3120 XDGJH - CRM3120-333BLK (11.6", Intel Celeron N2840 2.16GHz, 4GB RAM, 16GB SSD, Chromebook OS)

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Reddit Reviews and Recommendations

  • 3 Reviews
  • Feb. 17, 2017 Last Review Date
  • Sept. 22, 2015 First Seen Review Date
  • 2 Reviewed on Subreddits

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Discussion and Reviews on Reddit

Looking into buying a Chromebook for Linux and have some questions [R]

3 years, 7 months agoLordpwner posted submission on chromeos.
Feb. 17, 2017

I know that the majority of this sub is running a dual boot Chromebook and wanted to know

  1. Does it matter what model I get? Is there a recommended manufacturer or..? I would like to spend around $250
  2. Lots of people said they have SSDs or flash drives for their devices. Is this because of the small hard drive?
  3. Is it that difficult to install Linux? Is the GalliumOS the best?
  4. Do you guys recommend any text editors outside of Vim? I am using Codeblocks on Windows right now and am only in my first year as a Computer Science major. Does codeblocks work on Linux?

Thanks guys!

3 years, 7 months agoLordpwner posted on chromeos.
Feb. 17, 2017

Yeah, how does this one look?

Low performance laptop that can take a beating? [R]

3 years, 7 months agoGiorigor posted submission on SuggestALaptop.
Feb. 12, 2017

I'm a travel writer who really just wants something to answer emails and run Office. I don't game, edit photos or have 10 things running at once, so I don't want to pay for those features.The one area I care about performance is that it won't break if it falls of a table, gets jostled around on a plane or spends a day in humidity of the rainforest.

On that same note, is there a laptop equivalent of an Otterbox for iPhone, something rugged that can protect a laptop while it's in use?

Thanks for any suggestions!

3 years, 7 months agoGiorigor posted on SuggestALaptop.
Feb. 12, 2017

When you say Office, do you mean specifically the Microsoft Office suite? Or would you be happy with Google Docs, Sheets and alike?

There is a huge amount of K-12 Chromebooks to choose from, that have some kind of rugged design and spill-resistance. I'd reccomend the Dell Chromebook 11 ($), at least the $220 model with 4GB RAM. It looks nice, opens 180 degrees and has a quirky fun little led indicator on the back. Sadly it doesn't run on Windows: it runs on ChromeOS, some kind of ugly child between Windows and Android, that's not powerful like the first, but boots really fast, is kind of super-safe and has some military-grade spill and drop resistance of around 4ft. Other rugged options include the cute Asus C202 and the Lenovo N22 with a rotating camera and retractable handle.
Chromebooks on general don't have much storage space (around 32GB), since they rely on cloud storage, but you can buy any cheap thumb-drive or SD-card to expand it if you don't want to use the cloud. And yes, they sort of work offline (not everything though, but at least Docs, Sheets and Slides, the Google equivalents of Word, Excel and Powerpoint).

If the Microsoft Office suite is indispensable, then the only Windows PC with this kind of resistance and low price point I know of is the Acer TravelMate B ($). A friend of mine once told me the HP Streambook could resist some beating too, but nothing comproved.

Dell Chromebook 11 (2015) 2.16GHz Laptop [R]

4 years, 12 months agoSept. 21, 2015
4 years, 12 months agoelgreko posted on chromeos.
Sept. 22, 2015

Comparable unit new on Amazon ($230):

I believe the $329 model you are comparing it to is the touch version. I don't think that this one is the touch version.

It is very confusing comparing the 2015 Chromebook 11s, but here are all the configurations:

EDIT: Compiled reviews: appears that this computer came out pretty recently?