Generally speaking, tech companies use CES as an opportunity to unveil their latest and greatest: their highest-res TVs, their thinnest and lightest laptops and driverless-iest cars. This year, though, Dell seems to be taking a different tack. Twelve months after its XPS 13 flagship was named a Best of CES finalist, the company is returning to Vegas with something a little lower-end. Meet the Inspiron 11 3000 series, an 11.6-inch laptop priced at $199. As you can imagine, the specs are pretty modest: an Intel Celeron or Pentium processor, 2GB to 4GB of RAM and a 1,366 x 768 display. In my hands-on time, I was a little put off by the glossy, fingerprint-prone plastic surfaces, but in my opinion the sturdy, well-spaced keyboard and decent build quality (for the money) make up for it.