Asus 11.6" Chromebook (Intel N3350 (up to 2.4Ghz), 4GB RAM, 32GB Stoarge) C223NA-DH02-RD - Gray (New Sealed)

Model Number: C223NA-DH02-GR
Web Code: 14084692

Asus 11.6" Chromebook

Overview

Ready for productivity and performance while being on the go, with speedy performance, robust security, and instant-on convenience Lightweight 2.2 pound body and with thin and premium metallic finish for a sleek appearance 11.6 inch HD 1366x768 Anti-Glare Display Powered by the Intel Celeron N3350 Processor (2M Cache, up to 2.4GHz) for fast and snappy performance 4GB LPDDR4 RAM; 32GB eMMC storage; This product is new sealed with 1 year warranty.

Overview

Ready for productivity and performance while being on the go, with speedy performance, robust security, and instant-on convenience Lightweight 2.2 pound body and with thin and premium metallic finish for a sleek appearance 11.6 inch HD 1366x768 Anti-Glare Display Powered by the Intel Celeron N3350 Processor (2M Cache, up to 2.4GHz) for fast and snappy performance 4GB LPDDR4 RAM; 32GB eMMC storage; This product is new sealed with 1 year warranty.

Asus Chromebook C223NA-DH02-GR New Sealed Intel Celeron N3060 1.6Ghz Processor 4GB Memory 32GB Storage 11.6" HD Display WLAN Bluetooth 4.2 Gray Color HDMI, USB 3.0, Light Weight, Longer Battery Life Chrome OS

Display

Screen Size
11.6 in
Native Screen Resolution
1366 x 768
Touchscreen Display
No
Convertible/Hybrid Display
No

Processor

Processor Type
Intel Celeron N3060
Processor Cores
2
Processor Speed
1.6 GHz

Storage & Memory

Solid-State Drive Capacity
32 GB
RAM Size
4 GB
RAM Type
4GB

Graphics

Graphics Card
Intel HD Graphics

Inputs & Outputs

Card Reader
microSD card
USB Ports
2 x Type C USB 3.0, 1 x Type A USB 3.0, 1 x combo audio jack
Display Ports
1 X HDMI

Networking

Ethernet Port
No
Integrated Wi-Fi
802.11AC; ac; 802.11ac; Wi-Fi 5
Integrated Bluetooth
Bluetooth 4.2

Power

Approximate Battery Life
12.5
Battery Type
1 x 38 Wh Li-ion
Battery - Number of Cells
2
Battery - Capacity
38 mAh
ENERGY STAR Qualified
No

Software

Pre-loaded Operating System
Chrome OS
Operating System Language
English

Physical Features

Webcam
Yes
Keyboard Language
Bilingual
Backlit Keyboard
No
Colour
Gray
Dimensions (cm)
28.6 (W) x 1.73 (H) x 20 (D) cm
Dimensions (in)
11.26 (W) x 0.68 (H) x 7.87 (D) in
Weight (lbs)
2.65 lb
  • Asus C223NA-DH02-GR Chromebook
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Rating Breakdown

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Reviewer Recommendation

93%

Of the 41 reviewers who responded, 38 would recommend this product.

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  • Excellent Choice
    Reviewed by April May G - December 28, 2021

    I purchased the ASUS chromebook CX22N for my 15 year old daughter for Christmas and she absolutely loves it! I am also receiving a warranty extension from ASUS for my feedback!

    Review originally posted on ASUS.com

    Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.

  • Best Chromebook for the Price
    Reviewed by Jacob - December 29, 2018

    This laptop is a great value for the price. Build Quality - This is one of the places where the ASUS Chromebook C223 really shines. For $229, you're getting a fairly sturdy chassis with little keyboard flex, but the hinge is very sturdy, taking two hands to open the laptop. Display - This is not one of the places where the ASUS Chromebook C223 really shines. The screen is 1366x768, and the panel is terrible. It's difficult to find an angle in which the color is most accurate, and if it's just a little bit off, the colors wash out entirely. Peripherals - The keyboard is quite nice, actually. It has a not too mushy feel and I was able to get up to my usual 95WPM on it. The trackpad is alright. It has a nice feel, and it supports all the ChromeOS gestures, but it's a bit small, and the click is rather uneven all the way around. The webcam and mic are not very good. If you intend to purchase a Chromebook for Skype, Messenger Video Chat, or anything where you need a camera, this is not the chromebook for you. Try something like the ASUS Chromebook Flip C302. The speakers are just phenomenal. They get very loud without being tinny, however there is little bass and they're downward firing. That's great to find on a $200 laptop. Lapability - This is judging how well it works as a LAPtop, and it's very lapable. If you have the display at the right angle for your viewing. It doesn't get too hot unless you're charging it while you use it. Charging - The device charges through USB Type-C, and the experience is very nice. They give you a fairly lengthy cord out of the box that isn't detachable from the brick, but there's no brick in the middle of the cord. Charging the laptop takes about an hour if you aren't on it, and I don't recommend using it while you charge it. For some reason, the device gets terribly slow, and eventually just stops working, which I'm not sure whose fault it is -- ASUS or Google. When it's finished charging, you'll get about a day's use out of it. It was around 6 to 8 hours for me, depending on what I was doing, from learning to code to streaming movies and videos and everything in between. I/O - The ASUS Chromebook C223 sports two USB Type-C ports on either side of the unit, both of which accept a charge, but neither of which are Thunderbolt 3 (It's 200 bucks. What do you expect?), and the left side also houses one USB 3.0 port for the mouse you'll probably end up getting (although USB Type-C mice are becoming more popular), a microSD card slot, and a 3.5mm headphone jack. General Use - This Chromebook runs about how you would expect. It slows down a bit as you open more and more tabs, but after a few seconds it gets used to what you're doing and smooths back out. It also supports the Google Play Store, allowing you to download your favorite apps from your Android phone. It has a few bugs, but the aren't specific to this laptop. You'd find the same ones on the top-of-the-line Pixelbook from Google. In conclusion, you're getting some very good bang for the little buck you're spending. Every issue here is forgivable by the price (besides the charging issue -- if you didn't read it, see the Charging section of this review), and some things about it are similar to that of high-end chromebooks. If you're a kid in high school on a tight budget who needs to be able to type papers, a parent who is looking for a device to give to their children, or just someone with little needs from their computer, this is the right choice for you. I am very happy with my purchase.

    Review originally posted on bestbuy.com

    Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.

  • Excellent value for the money.
    Reviewed by acohen1644 - May 19, 2022

    My phone and computer usage is heavily centered on the Google ecosystem. For example, I always keep my documents stored in Google Docs, so that I can get to them from anywhere, and so that I don't have to worry about backing up my computer. When my Mac desktop died, found this Chromebook at Best Buy for about a hundred bucks, and with 2 years of software updates coming. I've always wanted to try one, and this seemed like a low-risk opportunity. Almost all of my computer activity these days is done via a web browser, and this machine can handle all of those tasks just fine. After I adjusted the scroll direction, it's just about like using my Mac. For a hundred bucks, I can really do everything I need to do. I expect to stick with Chromebooks for the foreseeable future. The laptop itself is very small and lightweight. There are a couple of minuses, though, that you should be aware of. "Small and lightweight" is both a virtue and a shortcoming. The screen is small, with a large bezel. The plastic case and its keyboard feel cheap and flimsy, especially when compared to the satisfying rigidity and heft of an all-aluminium MacBook. But for $100, I still feel like it's a great value, and perfectly usable. The second shortcoming is a relatively grainy camera. You won't look as good as your colleagues in your next Zoom meeting. Again, still usable, though. The third shortcoming is a relative lack of processing power. For almost everything I do, this is not an issue - there's plenty for word processing, web browsing, video watching, etc. There's not quite enough for a smooth Zoom experience, though. People tell me there's a bit of video lag from my end. Again, I can Zoom, but it's just not as smooth as I'd like. Overall, I got a dirt cheap computer that lets me do everything I need to do. I'm happy!

    Review originally posted on ASUS.com

    Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.

  • finally got it working
    Reviewed by abcchickadee - December 1, 2021

    Right out of the box, it would not charge or power on. I had to hard reset (hold refresh button and click power key) before it would power on. After powering on, it still had issues charging until I did a few more hard resets. Now it’s working just fine. It’s fairly quick surfing the internet and works fine for streaming movies. It does the very minimal tasks that I need it to do. Screen looks good and is matte finish. Build quality feels good, but touchpad is touchy…it sometimes doesn’t accept touches but it always accepts clicks. Purchased as a cheap travel computer that won’t upset me if it gets stolen or broken. Full disclosure…I am receiving a warranty extension from ASUS for this feedback.

    Review originally posted on ASUS.com

    Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.

  • Great screen at a great price
    Reviewed by edwardoe47 - January 2, 2022

    My new ASUS has a STRIKINGLY better screen than my last chromebook - clarity, contrast, and detail seem much enhanced. Keyboard feel is quite good with precise action while typing. USB-C power receptacle seems a great advance over pin-types, the downfall of my last chromebook. Screen also seems much sturdier when folding notebook with no detectable wobble. Very pleasing laptop to use. My son works for Intel so the processor is a plus, but I am very biased in that area. Highly recommended.

    Review originally posted on ASUS.com

    Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.


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