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ASUS 15.6″ ChromeBook C523NA (Intel Celeron N3350, 4 GB RAM, 64 GB eMMC, Chrome OS), Silver

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  • Processsor: Intel Dual-Core Celeron N3350
  • Memory: 4 GB LPDDR4 RAM
  • Display: 15.6 Inch HD 1366 x 768 Screen
  • Storage: 64 GB eMMC
  • Operating System: Chrome
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ASUS 15.6″ ChromeBook C523NA (Intel Celeron N3350, 4 GB RAM, 64 GB eMMC, Chrome OS), Silver
ASUS 15.6″ ChromeBook C523NA (Intel Celeron N3350, 4 GB RAM, 64 GB eMMC, Chrome OS), Silver

£204.99

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Additional information

Specification: ASUS 15.6″ ChromeBook C523NA (Intel Celeron N3350, 4 GB RAM, 64 GB eMMC, Chrome OS), Silver

Platform
Operating System

Display
Resolution

1366 x 768 Pixels

General
Brand

ASUS

Specification
Maximum Memory Supported

‎4 GB

Item model number

‎C523NA-BR0067

Manufacturer

Series

‎C523NA-BR0067

Color

Form Factor

‎Chromebook

Processor Brand

‎Intel

Standing screen display size

‎15.6 Inches

Processor Type

‎Celeron N3350

Processor Speed

‎1.1 GHz

Processor Count

‎2

RAM Size

‎4 GB

Memory Technology

‎DDR4

Computer Memory Type

‎DDR4 SDRAM

Batteries

‎1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)

Product Dimensions

‎24.8 x 35.8 x 1.56 cm, 1.43 Kilograms

Number of USB 3.0 Ports

‎5

Graphics Chipset Brand

‎Integrated

Graphics Card Description

‎Integrated

Graphics RAM Type

‎72-Pin EDO SIMM Memory

Graphics Card Interface

‎Integrated

Connectivity Type

‎Bluetooth, Wi-Fi

Wireless Type

‎802.11a/b/g/n/ac

Hard Drive Interface

‎Serial ATA

Hard Disk Description

‎Mechanical Hard Drive

Average Battery Life in hours

‎10 Hours

Are Batteries Included

‎Yes

Lithium Battery Energy Content

‎38 Watt Hours

Lithium Battery Packaging

‎Batteries contained in equipment

Lithium Battery Weight

‎33 Grams

Number Of Lithium Ion Cells

‎2

Graphics Coprocessor

‎Intel HD Graphics 500

Item Weight

‎1.43 kg

Reviews (5)

5 reviews for ASUS 15.6″ ChromeBook C523NA (Intel Celeron N3350, 4 GB RAM, 64 GB eMMC, Chrome OS), Silver

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  1. Russ Hicks

    Was keen to update my Chromebook experience and particularly liked the idea of the larger screen at 15.6 inches. Screen quality is certainly not the best in the world, but then for £250 you can’t grumble too much. Battery life seems quite amazing, though the feedback in the settings box seems a bit erratic – might say 11 hours remaining at one point and then 6 hours remaining just half an hour later!

    Only in the first week, but it’s doing all I wanted for sure – though I’m all Apple otherwise, this is a great machine for taking when you are going to be away from the office for a few days. Large, yes, but lightweight and very easy to set up. I wanted a good typing and viewing space for emails, Tweets, and notes, as well as a good browsing screen – this computer does all of that and more. Keyboard is good for typing too.

    Value for money at £250 is exceptional – especially if it lasts as well as my first Chromebook, which is a Samsung 10-inch model, and something like 7 or 8 years old…

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  2. John M

    Bought this in 2019. Unit is a very good chromebook, speedy and reliable. It has a big screen and quite a nice keyboard and touchpad. So fat so good. Everything works well with one exception – the display. Yes it is big and it is a touch screen but it is terrible. There is NO contrast in it at all. It is bright but it is just washed out and text is really hard to read. Viewing angles are really poor – anything other than dead straight on is a no-no. The touch aspect is poor though as well. The top edges of the screen are not response so you find yourself tapping multiple times to close tabs – then it gets confused, hesitates and closes the whole browser for you. Not good. This does not work for productivity or media consumption. This might be ok for a kid but even then they need a better screen than this for classwork or homework. I regret this purchase but I did not pay full price for it so it is not the end of the world. Don’t buy this!

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  3. Ranald N.

    I really like this Chromebook. I took the jump and replaced an old windows laptop with this Chromebook. And I’m glad I did now. It loads everything super fast and does everything I need it to do, no problem. Unlike a windows machine this doesn’t need to be loaded (and bogged down) by loads of anti-spyware and anti-virus software. Compared to a windows laptop it doesn’t need fans so it’s thinner, slicker and the battery lasts longer and charges faster. And, because you can use apps from the playstore a lot of the software if free / cheap. I think this is probably the way forward for home computing as, let’s face it, everything is and will go to cloud storage eventually. Which means machines will get lighter, faster and not need huge storage drives, fans, etc. The touchscreen is great and I’d advice anyone looking for a Chromebook to go for a touchscreen version. As the machine uses google apps (some of which were originally designed to run on android phones) a touchscreen is a…

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  4. Iain

    The device is ok but as others have pointed out, very let down by the screen.

    There’s a very narrow optimal viewing angle and even if you carefully set it at that (which annoyingly feels tilted too far back for comfort) the contrast is poor and the colours washed out.

    Unless I have it at exactly the right angle I can’t see the difference between pale green and pale blue (I mention this specifically as it’s the default highlight colours in Confluence and I come across them together a lot), and if you do finally get it at a good angle the minute you move at all in your chair it’s gone again.

    Battery life is ok, I get about 5 hours continual use using Citrix and Office 365 web apps.

    Weight is ok, I don’t take it far so not really a thing for me.

    I don’t really get the point in the 180 degree hinge though, because of the poor viewing angle if you actually did that everyone would have to climb on top of the table to be able to see anything properly.

    Did I mention it has a really poor viewing…

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  5. Timothy Falkner

    This 15″ netbook is really excellent value for money. I think the people who submit negative reviews are either forgetting how low the price is on this computer or the fact that it’s a netbook and expect the equivalent of a windows PC.
    The screen is not perfect from every angle but does display and stream a decent hd picture which is amazing at the price. I am currently streaming the live coverage of the Giro d’Italia on it and have no complaints at all.
    If you stream most of your entertainment, store your files in the cloud and use Chrome as your main web browser you can’t go wrong with this for the money, especially if your mobile’s an Android

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