Toshiba Satellite CL45-C4370 Laptop With 14″ Screen, Intel Celeron CPU, 2GB RAM, 32GB eMMC

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The Toshiba Satellite CL45-C4370 is among the cheapest full-size laptops. The Windows 10-based notebook has a bit smaller than standard screen, since it diagonal measures 14″ instead of more common 15.6-inch. As expected, for the given price the laptop doesn’t deliver anything more than just very basic computing performance, storage space, and other features.

There’s no info on the exact Intel Celeron CPU model in the specs sheet of the Satellite CL45-C4370. Since all other CL45 configurations include the Celeron N2840 “Bay Trail” dual-core processor, it’s safe to assume the offered configuration has the same chip, too. The N2840 is a dual-core chip from last year’s Bay Trail CPU lineup and is a typical budget CPU with sufficient power only for basic computing. The chip does a good job when it comes to webpage rendering, video and audio playback, or work in Office applications. Furthermore, it also supports some popular entry-level games like League of Legends or Minecraft at low graphics detail settings. For more info on the Celeron N2840, check out our review. A potential multitasking-related bottleneck is a low amount of system memory. The notebook includes only 2GB of RAM, which is enough only if you keep number of simultaneously running programs and browser tabs at a minimum. Storage space is quite limited, too. With 32GB eMMC capacity and Windows 10 occupying around half of that size, users are left with around 15GB for their files and program installations. A partial solution for this problem might be using the built-in SD memory card reader for storage expansion. A DVD burner is missing on this model.

Toshiba Satellite CL45-C4370 with 14 Screen Intel Celeron Windows 10 2

The 14″ screen sports the common 1366-by-768 pixel display resolution. Touchscreen, IPS wide viewing angles, and Full HD picture sharpness are missing, so the LCD panel is a very basic one.

The 14″ laptops usually don’t have dedicated numeric pads on their keyboards and this model is no exception.

Toshiba’s CL45-C4370 “no-fills” machine has stereo speakers, a HD 720p web camera, one USB 3.0 and two USB 2.0 ports, HDMI video output, a headphones / microphone 2-in-1 port, and 802.11N wireless.

The battery capacity of 45 WHr is quite good for a budget-class laptop, especially given it has low-power components and a bit smaller than standard screen size. Toshiba claims the Satellite CL45-C4370 can achieve “up to 7 hours” of power autonomy.

Design-wise, the machine has an utilitarian-looking plastic chassis. A brushed-metal-like finish adds a bit of attractiveness to it, as same as its relatively thin 0.9″ profile.

The laptop weighs in at 4.2 pounds, making it noticeably lighter than common 15.6″ ~5-pound notebooks.

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Specifications of the Toshiba Satellite CL45-C4370

Here's the specs sheet of the Toshiba Satellite CL45-C4370:



Screen Size


Screen Resolution

1366×768 pixels (HD)



Other Display Specs

TN display tech (narrower viewing angles than IPS)

Processor (CPU)

Intel Celeron N2840 "Bay Trail" Dual-Core 2.16-2.58GHz 1MB Cache (~1,100 PassMark benchmark points)

Graphics (GPU)

Intel HD Integrated Graphics

System Memory (RAM)




DVD Optical Drive



Non-backlit keyboard without numeric pad
Multi-touch trackpad with physical buttons

Speakers and Audio

Stereo speakers
Combo microphone and headphones audio jack





Ethernet LAN


3G - 4G Mobile Broadband





2 x USB 2.0 + 1 x USB 3.0

Video Ports

1 x HDMI

Media Card Reader

Yes (SD card reader)


"up to 7 hours" of battery life
4-Cell 45 WHr


4.2 pounds







Windows Version

Windows 10 Home



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Written by on November 9, 2015

User reviews, comments, and Q&A on the Toshiba Satellite CL45-C4370

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  1. Dr Hassan

    can change the internal hard disc from 32 HD to bigger one like 300 or 500HD….

    • Erco

      No real SSD to swap, it’s just chips soldered on the motherboard.

  2. ricky bucalan

    How about the problem is reboot and select proper device or insert boot media in selected boot device and press a key? how can i install windows again.

    • Danijel Z

      Danijel Z

      That problem occurs to me when I power up the system with a USB Flash drive or external HDD connected to a USB port. BIOS then tries to load Windows from the USB drive or external HDD instead of the built-in storage device. Removing USB device on start helped me with the problem. This can be permanently solved by entering BIOS (usually DEL key or F8 on power-up) and putting internal storage as the first boot device in BIOS’ boot menu.

      • MG

        I have a bootable WIN10 USB drive and I’ve changed the boot order to USB but it still boots from the HDD. Any suggestions?


        • Danijel Z

          Danijel Z

          Can you check in BIOS of your laptop if there are UEFI / legacy boot options? You can try to change UEFI (which is probably default) to legacy. That’s the only idea I have besides checking whether your bootable USB drive is working properly (try to run Windows setup from the USB drive under an existing Windows OS).

  3. Aaron

    How do i factory reset a toshiba netbook that has windows 10

    • Danijel Z

      Danijel Z

      You can click on the Start button, open Settings item, and under Update and Security section go to Recovery. Under “Reset this PC” title, there’s a Get Started button. Click it and there you have Restore Factory Settings option. Follow the steps on the screen to reset the PC. Keep in mind that resetting requires some time to complete, sometimes more than an hour.

  4. Vic

    Does this laptop has the option to change your menu and keyboard to Spanish?

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