|Screen Size||13.3 inches|
|Screen Resolution||1366 x 768|
|Max Screen Resolution||1366 x 768|
|Processor||2.16 GHz Intel Celeron|
|RAM||16 GB DDR3 SDRAM|
|Hard Drive||2 GB emmc|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Intel HD Graphics|
Toshiba CB35-B3330 13.3 Inch Chromebook Intel Celeron, 2GB, 16GB SSD, Silver (Certified Refurbished)
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This Toshiba Chromebook has a 13.3" LED-backlit TFT display with a 16:9 aspect ratio and an HD 1366 x 768 native resolution, which is powered by integrated Intel HD Graphics. Its resolution can support native 720p HD video playback without upscaling or letterboxing. Additionally, the system's graphics may be output to an external display using the integrated HDMI port. The system is powered by a 2.16 GHz Intel Celeron N2840 Dual-Core processor, which also features a burst speed of up to 2.58 GHz. It also has 2GB of 1600 MHz DDR3L RAM, 16GB of eMMC storage, 802.11ac Wi-Fi, an integrated front-facing HD webcam, and dual microphones. There are also built-in Skull Candy stereo speakers and an SD media card reader. Additional compatible peripherals, such as extra storage, optical drives, mice, and more may be connected using the USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 ports. Additional compatible peripherals may be paired using Bluetooth 4.0 technology.
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Yes, why not?
I'm glad I have done it.
It would disappoint someone that does not have Google experience, but the truth is that Googlechrome and Google software do easily 90% if not 100% of the average person needs. What about what it really cannot do? Most of us have PC's around we can borrow for that one time ..
The Toshiba itself, great. Light, and long battery life. Only issue: the screws at the back were loose. I caught the one falling out and re-tightened them. For me, not big deal, for less careful people that could spell disaster (a laptop that splits in half because it lost all its screws, LOL)
I consider it a good thing that it's a stripped-down, bare-bones computer. If essentialism is the price to pay for a smooth experience, then I'm willing to pay it. But why then does the computer hang occasionally?
Edit: Dealfisher was super easy to work with on the return, so I upgraded to two stars.
First, I apparently received the Chromebook without a power supply. My wife opened the package when I was out of town and threw away the box before I saw it, so I suspect that she threw out the power supply with the box, but she swears that she didn't. Since I still had the power supply from my damaged device, the missing supply was not a significant issue for me, but it obviously would have been for other customers. Having a second supply as a backup would be nice.
Second, bluetooth is not enabled on this Chromebook. It was on enabled my first device, though it didn't work reliably. Some devices, like a mouse, would connect. Others like my bluetooth speakers would not. I didn't use it much, but I'd like to have it enabled.
Finally, the performance of this device seems a little worse than my first. Scrolling web pages lags a bit more than I remember, but I haven't compared the devices side by side. My first device still works with an external keyboard. More significantly, the browser freezes occasionally, and I must restart the device to fix it. It happens every few days. Rebooting the device every day might avoid the problem, but it didn't happen so frequently with my first device. I have the device in developer mode with Ubuntu (Linux) installed, so my configuration isn't typical, but my first device was configured similarly.