Tech in the Classroom: Stay Unplugged Longer, Wait Less With the Toshiba Chromebook

DURHAM, NC--(Marketwired - August 28, 2014) - With so many Chromebooks on the market, educators can have a tough time figuring out which will give students the better experience. To help, Principled Technologies (PT) tested an Intel processor-powered Toshiba Chromebook against an ARM-based model in four classroom scenarios.

The Chromebook powered by Intel required less waiting in each classroom scenario. Plus, it rendered an anatomy simulation much faster and had a longer battery life. Study the full PT report at or check out the infographic at

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The Intel processor-powered Chromebook had 13% longer battery life than an ARM-based model, meaning kids can spend more time unplugged. The only thing kids should be waiting on is recess. The Toshiba Chromebook powered by Intel required less waiting in four classroom scenarios.