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Google and Intel Team Up to Give Chromebooks More Power

Intel's Navin Shenoy

Lenovo isn't the only company with Chromebook news today. Intel and a slew of hardware manufacturers announced a lineup of new Chrome devices today at an event in San Francisco — including devices that will feature more powerful hardware than we've seen thus far in most mainstream Chromebooks.

Later this summer, both Dell and Acer will be launching Chromebooks that run on Intel's Core i3 processor — Dell will bring out a new version of its Chromebook 11 including the i3 "later this year," and Acer's C720 will be available "early in the back-to-school season" for $349.99. Unfortunately, there's no word on how much the Dell will cost, but as it was probably the best all-around Chromebook we've seen, we'll be looking...

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