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Dell has a $199 Laptop, and It Looks Pretty Good

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Dell has a $199 Laptop, and It Looks Pretty Good - by Sean Hollister/ Computers/ CNET/ cnet.com

"It's easy to find a cheap laptop. But finding a good cheap laptop was hard -- at least until the $199 HP Stream 11 came along last year with its colorful plastic design, great battery life and decent creature comforts. Now, Dell has a colorful plastic budget laptop for $199 too, debuting here at the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show. It's called the Dell Inspiron 11 3000, and it looks like a worthy competitor.

Don't expect much in the way of grunt: For $199 (or roughly £135 or AU$280, converted), you're looking at a low-performance Intel Celeron processor, only 2GB of memory and 32GB of solid-state storage, and the older, slower 802.11n Wi-Fi standard for your wireless connectivity..."

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