ASUS Chromebook Enterprise C523
- 15.6 inch Full HD 1920×1080 Anti-Glare NanoEdge display featuring an ultra-narrow bezel
- The Full HD display has a durable 180 degree hinge that can be laid flat to easily share content
- Powered by the Intel Celeron N3350 Processor (2M Cache, up to 2.4 GHz) for fast and…
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Set Alert for Product: ASUS Chromebook C523, 15.6" FHD NanoEdge-Display with 180 Degree-Hinge, Intel Celeron N3350-Processor, 4GB LPDDR4-RAM, 64GB Storage, Chrome OS, Silver, Laptop-Sleeve Protector, C523NA-IH44F - $280.00
Opened the laptop, thinking this allegedly fully-checked-out, “like new” Chromebook may just be in sleep mode, expecting it to power right up. But nothing.Pressed the power button, thinking this would do it. Again, nothing.Okay, maybe the battery needs charging. But if it had truly been bench-tested, I would think the battery had been charged as part of the testing. Surely it couldn’t have gone dead already. Plugged in the power adapter, and there were zero indicator lights anywhere, showing that it is plugged in, powered on, or charging, or charged.All of this adds up to a junk Chromebook. It’s already on it’s way back to Amazon, same day it was delivered to me
Ronald C. Wagner
A much better choice for economy and simplicity than a Microsoft bloated system IMHO. If you want to spend more, gaming is the only reason I would have. The memory is more effective than my 8 gig random memory Microsoft laptop. That was my main frustration. Android apps and connectivity are a bonus. 12 hours of battery life is awesome. I haven’t even explored all the possibilities yet.
I loved this laptop but it completely stopped working after about four months after buying it.
Doesn’t have touch screen. Battery life is acceptable.
Cost effective, and more than sufficient capabilities, for a “first” laptop.
This is a very solid, Windows laptop that I bought to facilitate distance learning for my 4th and 6th graders. Based on the product description, I thought it would have a touch screen like my old Asus Chromebook. What I received did not have a touchscreen, but I kept it anyway, because it felt solid and my kids (weirdly) do not like to use the touchscreen and always use the keyboard controls anyway. Windows is just the same pain in the neck it always has been, but for some things, it does work a lot better than my Apple devices or my Chromebook, so it comes in very handy. For the price, it is a great buy. There are a couple of quirks. The charger is a very weird, not common one, so it’s unlikely that any other charger you have in your home will work with it. Also, when the laptop is closed and charging, there is no way to confirm that is actually charging without opening it up – there is no exterior light to show you that it’s charging. I find this really annoying because we often have outlets that aren’t working because our breaker switches are so sensitive that it may seem like it’s charging when it’s not.