Dell announced this week that it will offer a brand new model of the HP Chromebook 11 that is powered by the ARMv8 architecture.
The Dell Chromebook 11 is powered through the latest version of its ARMv7 processor, which is a version of ARM that is supported by a wide range of smartphones, tablets, and other devices, including some high-end laptops.
Dell has said the new Chromebook 11 uses an ARMv6 architecture, which means that it can run apps that run on an ARM processor.
But Dell says the Chromebook 11 will be able to run most modern applications, including web browsers, email, video, and games.
This means it will run some modern apps, like Chrome and Edge, as well as some old-school ones like the popular Firefox browser.
It will run Android apps as well, but it won’t run any of Google’s apps.
Dell’s new Chromebook will also be available in the US, Europe, and the Middle East, as it will be sold in Europe.
But you won’t be able buy a laptop that runs Windows 10 or Chrome OS.
Instead, Dell will offer two versions of the Chromebook, a 13-inch model with a 2,880 x 1,440 resolution screen and a 2-in-1 laptop that has a 1,280 x 1 to 1.9 inches screen.
You will also get a 13.3-inch Chromebook with a 1.7-inch screen and an optional 4GB of RAM, which has the same RAM as the 13- and 14-inch models.
The new Dell Chromebook will have a keyboard that Dell says is up to 10 times better than the previous Dell Chromebook.
It also has a new hinge that will make it easier to use, Dell says.
Dell is also launching an app store for the Chromebook.