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Pro Great display
The Toshiba Chromebook 2 has a 1080p IPS display. It was the first Chromebook to have a 1080p display actually. This makes it a great choice for watching videos or doing some light graphics work.
Pro Virtually no noise
With the Bay Trail processor the Toshiba Chromebook 2 doesn't need a fan and doesn't have one. This means that the Chromebook makes virtually no noise.
Pro Great performance
The Toshiba Chromebook 2 comes with 4 GB of RAM and a relatively good Intel CPU. This combination provides a higher-than-average performance compared to most Chromebooks which only have 2GB of RAM.
Pro Close to flush SD card slot
Placing and SD card into the SD card slot it only sticks out by a hair. Something not all Chromebooks can claim and is nice to have.
Con Potential screen light bleed
Some users have experienced light bleeding out from their display which is highly visible when watching movies or viewing anything on a dark screen.
Con Intel Celeron Processor N2840 can be slow and has trouble with 1080p playback
Even though this is one of the newest Chromebooks currently out, the N2840 is slower than other models with older, faster Haswell or i3 processors.
Con Storage is not replaceable
The Toshiba Chromebook 2 CB35-B3340 is unable to have its storage replaced as it uses eMMC.
Con Currently no support replacing Chrome OS with Linux
Chromebooks that are using the newer Intel Bay Trail processors (such as the Toshiba Chromebook 2) are still unable to install Linux, replacing Chrome OS on the hard drive due to the imitation of SeaBios lacking support for the eMMC used with said processors.
This however does not affect installing Ubuntu through Crouton.