Toshiba’s Chromebook 2 adds a 1080p screen, cuts down on size and weight
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It hasn’t been all that long since Toshiba’s first Chromebook hit the market, but the company is already back for round two. Toshiba’s new Chromebook 2 doesn’t look all that different from its predecessor at first glance, but the company says that it has implemented a number of changes based on customer feedback on the first model. Perhaps most immediately obvious is you can get the machine with a 1080p screen, up from the 1366 x 768 display found in Toshiba’s first Chromebook. While ChromeOS isn’t exactly optimized for such a resolution, plenty of people will probably prefer to live with the small icons and text in exchange for more real estate than you can find in nearly every other Chromebook on the market.
Of course, Samsung’s own…