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Toshiba Chromebook 2 Review

Toshiba Chromebook 2 is built with quality and has incredible speakers and display. This new device offers an appealing affordable Chrome OS package. This is a great thing, as if you wanted a Chrome OS laptop, you were obligated to pay a price of 1,300 dollars for a top of the line device. That’s why Toshiba’s newest laptop is an opportunity for those who want to enjoy the experience of Chrome OS at a reasonable price. This laptop has and incredible design and is the first chromebook with a 13.3-inch screen, at least until it will have to compete with Samsung’s faux-leather Chromebook of the same size.

Toshiba’s first Chromebook looked really great, but it was more voluminous than the 11.6-inch model it was competing against. That is why this new model is more shaved, so it is closer in size to other models on the market. Chromebook 2 provides the best display, commendable design and incredible speakers, ever seen at a low-cost. You can find this device in sale at a variety of retailers for just 330 dollars.

Toshiba Chromebook 2 features a 2.58-GHz Intel Celeron N2840 processor, 4GB of RAM and a 16GB SSD hard drive, as well as a 500GB hard drive. It comes with a 3-cell/44Wh lithium polymer battery, a battery that Toshiba claimed can run up to 9 hours on a full charge. This is a decent laptop, which is not built only to save documents to the hard drive, but you can also install larger programs, for example Photoshop. This laptop can run without a problem through YouTube, Twitter, email or Facebook. Chromebook 2 also comes with a 100GB of Google Drive Space.

The beautiful design is the best part about this laptop. It comes with a silver-colored body and is covered in a textured resin. It is made of plastic, but if you will pick it up, you won’t feel that this is an entry-level product. It is sturdy and classy and it manages to appear sleek. Surely, you will love this laptop, with its stereo speaker tuned by headphone-maker Skullcandy, the keyboard in a comfortable size and the touchpad that supports multitouch gestures and is very responsive.

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Eli Wads is one of our expert authors in technology and business fields.Currently living in San Marino, Eli has graduated at Southwestern Academy with a Bachelor Degree in business in 2008. Contact him by dropping him an e-mail at Eli.Wads@dailygossip.org

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