Chromebooks are somewhat hard to position in the market, sitting somewhere between an Android tablet and a Windows laptop. They run a web based operating system from Google called Chrome OS. Here we show a video of the Toshiba 13.3 inch Chromebook.
Check the Toshiba Chromebook out here.
The Toshiba is a fully fledged laptop. Ports wise the Chromebook features 2 USB ports, one HDMI port, a card reader and a headphone port. The laptop isn’t heavy, in fact it feels to be a very portable laptop whilst still keeping good build quality. The screen is crisp, giving a great picture, and the keyboard feels very sturdy.
Under the hood you have an Intel Celeron processor – this isn’t the most powerful of processors, but power isn’t really what Chromebooks are for. If you’re wanting to run processor intensive tasks you may want to go for a Windows laptop (see our review of the Dell XPS 13 here). On board you have 2Gb of RAM and 16GB of storage, whilst this doesn’t sound like much, remember that this is a Chromebook, so almost everything is run and stored in the cloud.
Price wise this comes in at $276.99. This is a little pricier than some Chromebooks on the market, but it’s worth spending the extra dollars. Quite honestly some of the Chromebooks out there risk feeling a bit… cheap. You don’t get this with the Toshiba. It’s a well built device, and great for those on the road a lot.
Check it out on Amazon here: Toshiba CB35-B3330 13.3 Inch Chromebook (Intel Celeron, 2GB, 16GB SSD, Silver)