Laptop Comparison: Toshiba vs. Dell
15 Aug, 2014
Now that back to school season is approaching, it may be time to purchase a new laptop before you head off to college. With all of the choices and new features available, it can be tricky to find the right laptop for your needs (Extra-long battery life or tons of storage space for music and shows? Small screen or widescreen?). To help you learn a little more about two popular laptop models, we have compared a Toshiba Google Chromebook Laptop to a Dell Touchscreen Laptop. Check out our laptop comparison below to decide which one is the better choice for you!
- 13.3” HD TruBrite® display – Browse the web, watch movies and play games on this conveniently sized display that’s ideal for both work and play.
- Built-in security software – Don’t worry about buying your own security software – this laptop comes equipped with built-in security software (with automatic upgrades) so you can rest assured you’ll be protected.
- Included Google™ apps – Along with the built-in Google apps, you’ll also have access to thousands more in the Chrome Web Store™!
- Extended battery life – Enjoy up to nine hours of battery life, perfect for long days or study sessions on the quad.
- Spacious hard drive – Enjoy 500 GB of space to store all of your multimedia, from photos and videos to music and more!
- 15.6” HD LED touch display – Watch the game or your favorite TV show on the stunning backlit touchscreen display with TrueLife™.
- 4GB DDR3 memory – Multitasking is easy with the Dell’s impressive memory; it allows you to work in many applications at the same time.
- USB 3.0 – Quickly transfer files with the speedy USB 3.0 port – it also has two USB 2.0 ports for your convenience.