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- 77AVERAGE CRITIC SCORE12 ReviewsLaptop Magazine80Toshiba Chromebook (13-inch) ReviewThose seeking the simplicity of a Chromebook paired with a big enough screen to be your primary laptop will be very pleased with the Toshiba Chromebook.GigaOM80Toshiba Chromebook 13 reviewed: Lots of screen, baWould the plastic feel stop me from buying the Chromebook 13? Probably not, especially if I wanted a larger display and this one hits the sweet spot for me. For now then, the king of 13.3-inch Chromebooks is Toshiba.CNET70A 13-inch Chromebook for full-time useToshiba enters the growing Chromebook market with the first 13-inch model. It's a great size for switching between travel and home/office use and feels comfortable to type on, but other Chromebooks offer more features for the same price.PC Mag80Toshiba CB35-A3120 ChromebookThe Toshiba CB35-A3120 Chromebook is a good choice for the general user who wants to give Chrome OS a try. If you have constant Internet access, the system can replace an aging Windows or Mac laptop easily. Its larger screen may be easier on the eyes than an 11-inch Chromebook, for the same price.PC World70Toshiba CB35-A3120 Chromebook review: It hits a swThe Toshiba CB35-A3120 Chromebook is one of the few Chromebooks worth recommending. It hits a sweet spot with its good-sized display, long battery life, and compact design.PC MagNot RatedHands On With the Toshiba ChromebookEven with variations from one model to the next, Chrome provides a consistent experience across devices, and the 13-inch design will be a welcome addition to the budget-friendly collection.Pocket-Lint70Toshiba Chromebook reviewLike Netbooks did in their day, the Toshiba Chromebook fills a need, but for how long we aren't sure.NotebookReview70Toshiba CB30-A3120 Chromebook ReviewFinding another 13-inch laptop with an ease of use comparable to this one’s would be difficult, and if you’re looking for a budget ChromeOS experience (possibly for a student) that features a larger screen than the Acer C720, we would recommend giving the A3120 a look.Tech Advisor80Toshiba CB30-102 review: Chromebook boasting a 13.The usual caveat of ‘Chromebooks aren't for everyone' of course applies, but the Toshiba CB30 is a very useable and capable laptop for anyone who spends the majority of their computing time online using Google services.TechRadar80Toshiba Chromebook review Toshiba enters the ChromLooking for an incredibly affordable mobile computer that does, well, what you do most on the computer? This Chromebook is a wise choice.Computer Shopper80Toshiba Chromebook (CB35-A3120) Review and RatingsIf you're rarely away from Wi-Fi, it's a tempting alternative to both an entry-level Windows laptop and a tablet that lacks a keyboard for writing e-mails, business reports, and school papers.TechRadarNot RatedHands on: Toshiba Chromebook reviewUnlike just about every other notebook announced this CES, the Toshiba Chromebook doesn't have a Full HD display, instead opting for 1,366 x 768. This doesn't exactly whet our appetites, but then most Chromebooks are designed to hit a price point.Expert Reviews80Toshiba Chromebook CB30-102 reviewIf you want a great value Chromebook with a fairly large screen, the Toshiba Chromebook CB30-102 is the one to buy.TrustedReviews80Toshiba Chromebook reviewToshiba’s first Chromebook proves that 13-inch laptops make a far nicer home for improving Google's Chrome operating system.Android CommunityNot RatedToshiba Chromebook hands-on: 13.3-inches and a 9 hWe certainly cannot say this is the highest quality display on a Chromebook, but it should suffice for regular day-to-day use.Digital TrendsNot RatedHANDS ON: TOSHIBA CHROMEBOOKToshiba hasn’t filled us with desire for its first Chromebook, but it has addressed a popular display size that other manufacturers have mysteriously ignored.TrustedReviewsNot RatedToshiba Chromebook review: first impressions fromIf you are thinking of swapping Mac and PC for Chrome, Toshiba's Chromebook is shaping up to be one the better alternatives.
- 70AVERAGE USER SCORE1 ReviewsRami70January 29, 2015Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!A dependable product that doesn't really stand out from the competition. - Engadget
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