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Which Chromebook model is the better for students? Longer wait times to open apps or documents can frustrate and distract students from their tasks on hand. For teachers, when students are less engaged with material it can take longer to get to learning in the classroom or more time to complete assignments at home. We put two Chromebook models to the test, and found the Intel processor-powered Toshiba Chromebook required students to wait significantly less than the ARM processor-based Samsung Chromebook 2 while delivering four times as many frames per second. We also found that the battery of the Toshiba Chromebook lasted significantly longer without a charge while lightly browsing the Internet. This report card has good news: With the Intel processor-powered Toshiba Chromebook, students can learn more by waiting less on their devices and worrying less about battery life.