ASUS 15.6 Inch C523NA Full HD Touchscreen Chromebook (Silver, Intel N4200 Processor, 4GB RAM, 64GB eMMC, Chrome OS, Touchscreen Display)

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ASUS 15.6 Inch C523NA Full HD Touchscreen Chromebook (Silver, Intel N4200 Processor, 4GB RAM, 64GB eMMC, Chrome OS, Touchscreen Display)
ASUS 15.6 Inch C523NA Full HD Touchscreen Chromebook (Silver, Intel N4200 Processor, 4GB RAM, 64GB eMMC, Chrome OS, Touchscreen Display)


  • Intel quad-core Pentium N4200 processor (2M Cache, up to 2.5 GHz)
  • Internal Memory: 4 GB DDR4 2400MHz SDRAM
  • Storage: 64 GB eMMC
  • Display: 15.6″ Full HD (1920×1080) 60Hz touchscreen with anti-glare Panel
  • Operating System: Chrome

Additional information

Specification: ASUS 15.6 Inch C523NA Full HD Touchscreen Chromebook (Silver, Intel N4200 Processor, 4GB RAM, 64GB eMMC, Chrome OS, Touchscreen Display)

Operating System


1080p Full HD Pixels



Standing screen display size

‎15.6 Inches

Memory Technology


RAM Size

‎4 GB

Processor Count


Processor Speed

‎2.5 GHz

Processor Type

‎Pentium N4200

Processor Brand


Computer Memory Type


Form Factor






Item model number



‎1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)

Product Dimensions

‎24.8 x 35.8 x 1.61 cm, 1.69 Kilograms

Memory Clock Speed

‎2400 MHz

Number of USB 3.0 Ports


Number Of Lithium Ion Cells


Lithium Battery Packaging

‎Batteries contained in equipment

Lithium Battery Energy Content

‎38 Watt Hours

Are Batteries Included


Average Battery Life in hours

‎10 Hours

Wireless Type


Maximum Memory Supported

‎8 GB

Graphics Card Interface


Graphics RAM Type

‎72-Pin EDO SIMM Memory

Graphics Card Description


Graphics Chipset Brand


Hard Drive Interface


Hard Disk Description

‎Mechanical Hard Drive

Item Weight

‎1.69 kg

Reviews (7)

7 reviews for ASUS 15.6 Inch C523NA Full HD Touchscreen Chromebook (Silver, Intel N4200 Processor, 4GB RAM, 64GB eMMC, Chrome OS, Touchscreen Display)

3.4 out of 5
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  1. Janis Dzelme

    Using for three months now. Charging port stopped working. Had to send for repairs. Asus repair service said charging port is damaged and need to be replaced. Which cost £407. More then chrome book itself. I have many devises at home never had issues with charging ports. So if you buy one you may end up damaging charging port just by plugging in the charger.

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  2. 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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  3. 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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  4. turfshifter

    My 12 year old daughter asked for a chromebook for Christmas and we had said no as I felt they would be a waste of time. She didn’t want anything else so I relented and bought this when I saw the price had dropped by £100. Arrived well before Christmas. I had to open it to check all was ok. Then inset it up with our Google accounts which was a breeze. Then I started to use it. Now I don’t want to give it to her; it should be mine! However it is now wrapped to stop me playing with it. The touch screen works very well. Viewing angles and colours aren’t the best but it is the overall package that impresses. I may be a convert to Chromebooks. Once this has been abused by a 12 year old I will update the review.

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  5. Nedward

    A bargain touchscreen Chromebook, but a dreadful screen lets it down. The keyboard is great, the build seems sturdy and it looks good. However, if you’re close to the screen, it’s impossible to position it so that the whole thing is equally lit. Nothing seems clear, and the field of view (both top to bottom and left to right) is incredibly narrow. It is a bargain, but if you can, go a little more expensive and buy something a bit better.

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  6. 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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  7. Chris Rust

    I bought this to act as a console for a digital live music mixer. I just needed something portable with a good sized touch screen and a browser and wifi to connect with the mixer. It’s great, very light and compact and clear screen. I haven’t tested the battery life to the full but it seems to be able to run for a couple of hours which is ideal for controlling the sound in a gig without a nearby power socket.

    Mine is a bit of an obscure application but I would be very happy to use this as a working laptop if I was just working online, which these days I tend to do.

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