And The Winner is...The Toshiba Chromebook!

There are lots of Chromebooks out there, but one of them stood out at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show, taking home a Best of CES 2014 Award. That would be the new Toshiba Chromebook, their first entry into the market.

In case you didn’t know, a Chromebook is a PC than runs on Google’s cloud-based Chrome OS. So, why is Toshiba’s so special? Well...

  • It’s the first Chromebook with a 13.3” HD display.
  • It’s powered by a speedy Intel Celeron "Haswell" processor.
  • It has 2 GB of RAM.
  • It has 9 hours of battery life.

Sound good? Wait, there much more:

  • It has a 16GB SSD used as a cache drive to improve the performance.
  • It has a microSD card slot to add additional storage space.
  • It’s thin – just .8 inches.
  • It’s light – just 3.3 pounds.

Sounding better? Hold on, not done yet...

  • It has 2 USB 3.0 ports for fast and easy connectivity.
  • It has Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity for fast and seamless communication between devices.
  • It supports Wireless N for fast and dependable, dual-band Wi-Fi.
  • It has a full-size HDMI port.

Sold yet? Keep reading...

  • It has a security lock slot.
  • It allows you to work online or offline.
  • It syncs across all your devices.
  • It comes with built-in virus protection.

Impressed? Here’s the best part:

It only costs $279.99!

This little gem of a machine is perfect for students or anyone looking to get work done on the go. The performance for the price is unbeatable, (compare with a MacBook Air that will set you back about $1000) and when you throw a Toshiba coupon code into the mix, you are talking value, value, and value.

No wonder it won that Best of CES Award. Sorry other Chromebooks, you have just been schooled.

By: Peter

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