Toshiba announced their second Chromebook, creatively named the Chromebook 2 at IFA this week, offering a few hardware updates to their 13.3″ screen form factor. Today, Toshiba Australia has announced that they will be bringing the Chromebook 2 to Australia. Toshiba Australia have advised that the Chromebook 2 – CB30(PLM02A-007001) – will be arriving in Australia this October with a[Read More…]
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Toshiba has made tentative steps into the ChromeOS market, with the CB30 range of Chromebooks. In Australia we saw the Toshiba Chromebook CB35 and today at IFA, Toshiba has announced the successor, the Toshiba Chromebook 2 with a pretty decent spec bump to the original. The new Chromebook 2 will actually come in two hardware versions, with different resolution screens.[Read More…]
This morning Intel and Google ran a ChromeOS-based event. Navin Shenoy, Vice President of the PC Client Group and general manager of the Mobile Client Platform Division at Intel, ran the event. The whole event was a platform to basically announce new devices from manufacturer partners, all running on the new Bay Trail processor. He introduced Caesar Sengupta VP Product[Read More…]
Can Toshiba bring their Windows laptop expertise to the Chromebook market Back when I used to sell laptops at retail — back in the late 90’s, early 2000’s — there was one name that was synonymous with quality: Toshiba. Customers would ask for the best, and I’d recommend Toshiba. There was a premium price on their gear but it was[Read More…]
Since the announcement of a Haswell based Toshiba Chromebook in September last year, I admit I’ve been holding out to see what this company can do with the ‘other’ Google Operating System. Announced officially at CES, the Toshiba Chromebook has today been announced as available at retail in Australia. With a 13.3¨ screen – but still packing the same 1366[Read More…]
After announcing that they were bringing a Haswell based Chromebook to market back in September we heard very little from the company in the intervening months, now amongst the glitz and glamour that is CES 2014, Toshiba has finally launched their 13.3″ Chromebook. The 13.3″ screen on the Toshiba Chromebook offers a 1,366×768 resolution and is powered by a Haswell[Read More…]
Google and Intel have announced some new Haswell based Chrome devices overnight, announced at the Intel Developer Forum which is currently going on in San Francisco they have advised that there will be new devices from existing ChromeOS partners Acer and HP as well as devices from new entrants to the ChromeOS market Asus and Toshiba. There will be new[Read More…]