ASUS Chromebook Flip CX3, 14" Touchscreen FHD NanoEdge Display, Intel Core i3-1110G4 Processor, 128GB SSD, 8GB RAM, Backlit Keyboard, Wi-Fi 6, Chrome OS, AI Blue, CX3400FMA-DH31T-CA i3/8GB/128GB
Model Number: CX3400FMA-DH31T-CA
ASUS Chromebook Flip CX3, 14" Touchscreen FHD NanoEdge Display, Intel Core i3-1110G4 Processor, 128GB SSD, 8GB RAM, Backlit Keyboard, Wi-Fi 6, Chrome OS, AI Blue, CX3400FMA-DH31T-CA i3/8GB/128GB is backordered and will ship as soon as it is back in stock.
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The 14-inch asus chromebook flip cx3 offers an exquisite blend of powerful performance and versatility to empower the way you work and play. It features a stylish exterior, the power of an intel core processor, plus wifi 6 and long-lasting battery life, so you’ll be well-equipped to breeze through everyday tasks from anywhere. Also, dual cameras and a 360° ergolift hinge spice up entertainment experiences and add versatility. To top it all off, military-grade durability keeps asus chromebook flip cx3 protected when on the go.
|Standing screen display size
|1920 x 1080 pixels
|Max screen resolution
|1920 x 1080 Pixels
|2.5 GHz none
|8 GB LPDDR4X
|128 GB SSD
|Intel UHD Graphics
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|ASUS Chromebook Flip CX3
|Item model number
|1.99 x 32.5 x 21.98 cm; 2.56 Kilograms
|Item dimensions L x W x H
|20 x 325 x 220 millimeters
|Number of Processors
|Flash memory size
|1 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included)
|4.0 4.0 out of 5 stars 1,615 ratings 4.0 out of 5 stars
|Best Sellers Rank
|#25,170 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #343 in Traditional Laptops
|Date First Available
|Jan. 19 2022
|ASUS Chromebook Flip CX3
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I bought this for a trip in 2021 and it worked great. Went on another trip in 2022, no problems. Took it with me this year and couldn't use it, it won't charge. To summarize, I used it a total of 2 times before it broke. Nice device but disappointed with the quality. I may pay for it to be fixed considering the cost of the item then I'll have to see if it's worth it.
I really love this flip computer and im happy with this brand in general. The first flip i had was the original smaller 10" Asus and i still use that although its outdated and i cant update the software anymore. This one is no exception, it's much bigger, faster and easy to use. I rarely use it in tablet mode although it's there if i need it. I don't like the glare on the screen so i bought a generic matte screen for it and that solved the issue. The only real gripe i have is that the hinge connection is very loose and i don't know how to fix it. Any time i move my laptop around the screen falls back flat pretty easily. It's fine if it's just sitting on my desk once i move it falls like it's greased. I've never had an issue like this. Laptops should be made so that it can open up to any angle and stay in place. I dont know if it's just this particular one i received or if others are having the same issue. For this i have to take off a star, it's very annoying!
I bought this model partly because of the amazing reviews it got from multiple tech sources. Once I got it set up, I was looking forward to redeeming the perk which supposedly all Chromebooks get. 100GB of free Google Drive space for 2 years. The redemption process did not succeed, the error message claiming that my device didn't qualify. I knew this probably wasn't true, so I contacted Google, but not before trying everything their troubleshooting documents online suggested. Nothing worked. Google first line support was no help at all. They read directly from a script and did not know how to deviate from it. Once we had ruled out everything they know to do, they blamed it on Asus and told me to call them for a solution. Asus, rightfully said it wasn't their problem. Google Drive is after all, a Google product. I contacted Google again, told them the story. That's when the runaround began. They say they will call, but they never do. Sorry about that, they will call tomorrow. They never do. I dealt with this for 10 days and had enough. I even tried doing a complete reset of the Chromebook, to put it back to factory configuration. Just in case. It made no difference. I contacted Amazon, who said they were passing a feedback form along to Google. Google did reach out with me again, many days later. They said that I had been trying to deal with Google One, when my perk was for Google Drive. They were technically correct, but the troubleshooting path I had taken took me to Google One. Regardless, my newfound troubleshooting channel did nothing to solve the issue and kept referring me back to Asus, who keep referring me back to Google. After a month, quite to my surprise, my problem got escalated to Google engineers and Google finally reached out and offered to just manually grant me the 100GB for two years perk. It was completed just like that. So for anyone out there looking to get a Chromebook primarily to get that 100 GB of free drive space in Google's cloud for two years, good luck. If the redemption works, good for you. If it doesn't, you're probably not going to get it at all unless you are prepared for a fight.
I'm not completely new to Chromebooks, my Children both use them for school and I've messed around with them off and on for a couple of years. Recently my 10 year old Macbook's battery finally gave up and I found myself in the market for a new laptop. I grabbed my son's Asus 302 and started messing with it to see what I could get it to do, and very soon realized that a Chromebook could meet the vast majority, if not all, of my day to day needs: Since my Son's 302 has held up so well for over two school years of daily use... I decided to give this 434 a try. I'm really glad I did. The Great: The screen and itty-bitty bezel gives a whole lot of extra screen space in a size only a fraction larger than my Boy's 302. It's a 14 inch screen in what is basically a 13 inch body. The resolution, color fidelity and brightness are 100% fine for me. In strong sunlight the screen struggles - but - really... I can't see how I could ding it for that. I ride a shuttle bus to work with tinted windows. If full sun is shining through the windows directly on the screen it gets washed out. For the price I do not think you could expect much more. If the light is not shining directly on the screen I've found it fairly easy to adjust brightness to compensate. Size wise it is 100% perfect for me - maybe a little tight on that shuttle, but I'll take the extra screen any day. Processing power and memory: Well - I have to say I wish I could have gotten a model with 8G or more memory... That being said - I have no real regrets with the base model. So far I can open as many tabs as I ever wanted to have open while also running a android app or two - sometimes even a Linux app or two, and I have not yet encountered a situation where I felt the machine was struggling. The battery - OMG the battery! I'm coming from a 10 year old Macbook - so needless to say I was shocked on my first full day of using this thing... In the morning I got on the Shuttle (free shuttle WiFi - FTW!) for my hour long ride to the office - check my e-mail and then signed in to my desktop at work via Citrix/Chrome and started my workday. Once at the office I spend another few hours working from a couch in the atrium instead of at my desk just enjoying that I can do this without worrying about where the nearest outlet is anymore. Back on the shuttle and on the way home some last second work tasks and then streaming some YouTube and surfing. Back at home - more web surfing, streaming some TV shows to catch up. Some genealogy research, played with a python script for awhile, and finally off to bed around 11. The dang battery was still at 58%. A month of day to day use says the battery life advertised is true in real life. Cant praise the battery enough. "Tent" configuration works awesome for streaming video in bed and the speaker placement works well like this to give really good audio. What's kinda great: "Tablet" configuration... It works and the speaker placement complements this setup as well - the only downside is this thing - for my taste -is really just toooooo big for really comfortable use as a tablet - except "flipping" it so the keyboard lays in your lap or on a surface with the screen angled works well in that use case... Overall on this point - I'm still glad I paid extra to have a device with this flexibility. I have encountered situations where I have used each of the set-ups. Android apps... Sadly and I hope this gets better with time - many Android apps I'd like to use are not working on my Chromebook. I see the "Not compatible with your device" message on the Play Store - or install the app and find it does not work properly. Overall - The Android app on Chrome experience is Great-ish and I hope it continues to improve. Linux(!) Linux support is BETA. But - Great-ish. LOL. I've installed "Gramps" for some Family Tree research... LibreOffice Suite for a offline MS Office like set of tools, and PyCharm IDE for working with Python. All of these tools are working so far with little difficulties that I will not "complain" about at all - these tools work for me perfectly most of the time and perform well on the device. It is not a perfect world and I remind you that Linux support is "Beta". Set expectations accordingly and if you like Linux - I think you will like it on a Chromebook! What's OK: The keyboard... Key travel, placement, "click-y" feel are awesome for me. The OK part is the odd-ish design decision to color the keys silver with translucent white letters... In certain lighting situations the letters on the keys - sort of vanish... In nearly every case I've been able to work around this issue by adjusting the keyboard backlight - actually most of the time I have the key backlight turned off completely. This makes the letters look almost black in color - unless there is strong light on the keyboard... That's when the white color of the letters make them nearly vanish against the silver background of the keys. In any other lighting situa...
I have had this chromebook for three weeks now, and I have used it on a constant daily basis of about 8-10 hours per day. I am impressed by the build quality and usability. I haven't had a chromebook for a long time. I had an original Samsung Chromebook for a couple years, and back then Chrome OS was still edgy enough to not always be able to fill my needs as a student and teacher, but it was enough to get by until I got home to my desktop. Since getting this Asus c434, however, my desktop has been collecting dust. I work two teaching jobs and attend school, so I am constantly on the computer planning lessons, reading, typing documents, doing research, or just streaming Netflix or Hulu at home. Screen: I love that it is compact and light, but still packs a 14" touchscreen. I use the multi-position screen either when I'm using it like a tablet, or I'll fold the screen back and use my own bluetooth keyboard and mouse. The hinge is tight and holds the screen in any position very nicely. The colors are good, and movies are clear and crisp. The touch panel works smoothly, and I find myself using my fingers almost as often as my mouse. Also, I often plug in an additional screen while I'm teaching or working, and I haven't had any issues with that at all. It just does everything automatically, and the processor doesn't get bogged down at all. Keyboard: I read dozens of reviews before purchasing this one, and the top negative comment was about the keyboard backlight making it difficult to see the letters sometimes. This is true, but the easy fix is to simply turn down the backlight when there is a lot of ambient light. Otherwise the typing is smooth. I don't love chiclet keyboards in general, but this one is not bad, even when I've typed a few pages on it. Battery: I have gone a full ten hours on this thing while just using browser tabs and typing or viewing. However, there are certain apps, like one game I enjoy playing, that drain the battery more. Even if I play that for an hour or two, I can still get 6 or 7 hours of use without a problem. Usually I just charge it once at night and then carry it with me throughout the day without needing a recharge. OS: Chrome is smooth and fast, and if like me you mostly use web-based applications like Google office, Office 365, Canvas, Blackboard, etc., then this is perfect. I also love that now Chrome can run a lot of Android apps. I run a lot of the same apps that my Google Pixel phone can run, including some games. In addition, it can now run Linux at the same time as Chrome with the simple click of a button in the settings. I installed a couple of Linux apps just to test it out, and it's pretty cool, like GIMP or LibreOffice. My only gripe with the Linux is that I can't copy and paste between the Linux apps and the Chrome/Android apps. The Intel CoreM processor seems to handle everything like a champ, whether it's having open 20 tabs with 2 screens, or playing an intense Android game. Oh, and I haven't had any issues with the Wi-Fi or Bluetooth so far. Downsides: Overall, this computer fits my needs almost perfectly. Perhaps the only glaring con I will mention is the speakers. They're really not very loud. Even at full blast it can be difficult to hear in a room with a moderate noise level. Luckily I don't need this feature very often. TL;DR: I highly recommend this Chromebook to power users of Chrome. It's features and build quality are well worth the higher price.