The CES 2014 cornucopia of tech keeps on giving. Yesterday’s spoils include the ASUS PadFone Mini, a new premium laptop from Samsung with built-in lossless audio for music addicts, and yet another new Chromebook, this one manufactured by Toshiba. Read on for all the greatest gadgets to come out of CES 2014 in the last 24 hours.
The Chromebook space keeps expanding. Toshiba joins Acer in announcing a sub-$300 touchscreen Chromebook at CES this year. However, Toshiba’s 13.3-inch device carries a larger display than Acer’s 12-inch C720p, and the former’s price tag is lighter, $279 versus $299. Both screens offer an underwhelming 1366 x 768-pixel resolution, but at least there are standout points for design. The Toshiba Chromebook looks like the company’s Kirabook married a 13-inch Apple MacBook. Fixings such as port amenities and wireless capabilities are another plus, too.