ASUS Chromebook Flip C434 2-In-1 Laptop, 14″ Full HD Touchscreen 4-Way NanoEdge, Intel Core M3-8100Y Processor, 4GB RAM, 64GB eMMC Storage, All-Metal Body, Backlit KB, Chrome OS- C434TA-DSM4T, Silver Electronics

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Brand ASUS
Series ASUS Chromebook Flip C434
Screen Size 14 Inches
Color Silver
Hard Disk Size 64 GB
CPU Model Core M Family
Ram Memory Installed Size 4 GB
Operating System Chrome OS
Card Description Integrated
Graphics Coprocessor Intel HD Graphics 615
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14 inch Touchscreen FHD 1920×1080 4-way NanoEdge display featuring ultra-narrow bezels (5mm thin) around each side of the display that allows for a 14 inch screen to fit in the body of a 13inch laptop footprint.
The FHD display has a durable 360 degree hinge that can be used to flip the touchscreen display to tent, stand, and tablet mode.
Powered by the Intel Core m3-8100Y Processor (up to 3.4 GHz) for super-fast and snappy performance. If you use a ton of tabs or run lots of apps, this has the power to get it all done with ease.
4GB DDR3 RAM; 64GB eMMC storage and 2x USB Type-C (Gen 1) and 1s Type-A (Gen 1) ports plus a super bright backlit keyboard.

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Meet the Amazing ASUS Chromebook Flip C434

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14 inch display in a 13 inch body

ASUS Chromebook Flip C434 is not only slim (.6”) and lightweight (3 lbs), but the new NanoEdge design gives it an ultra-compact footprint, so you can enjoy all the benefits of a 14-inch FHD display in a chassis that is as small as many 13-inch laptops.

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Amazingly thin bezels on all sides

The new four-sided NanoEdge display is simply breathtaking with ultra-slim bezels (5mm thin) for a near-borderless experience. The touchscreen display also brings deep darks and bright colors together in Full HD resolution to deliver an eye watering true-to-life experience.

Precise 360 degree hinge

Featuring a precision-engineered mechanism, the versatile 360° ErgoLift hinge on ASUS Chromebook Flip C434 has a silky-smooth action that holds the display securely at any angle. This innovative hinge has a dual action that slightly lifts and tilts the keyboard into the perfect typing position when the display is rotated into laptop mode. It also helps enhance the powerful audio, by creating extra space underneath the laptop.

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Computer Memory Size 4 GB 4 GB 4 GB 4 GB
Connectivity Technology Bluetooth, USB, Wi-Fi Bluetooth, USB, Wi-Fi Wi-Fi Wi-Fi
CPU Model Core M Family Core M Family Ryzen 3 Ryzen 3
CPU Model Manufacturer Intel Intel AMD AMD
CPU Speed 3.4 GHz 3.4 GHz 2.60 GHz 2.60 GHz
Display Resolution Maximum 1920 x 1080 pixels 1920 x 1080 pixels 1920 x 1080 pixels 1920 x 1080 pixels
Screen Size 14 inches 14 inches 14 inches 14 inches
Graphics Coprocessor Intel HD Graphics 615 Intel HD Graphics 615 Integrated AMD Radeon Graphics Integrated AMD Radeon Graphics
Graphics Description Integrated Integrated Integrated Integrated
Hard Disk Description Emmc Emmc Emmc Emmc
Hard Disk Size 64 GB 64 GB 64 GB 64 GB
Hardware Platform PC Chrome PC PC
Human Interface Input Touch Pad, Keyboard, Touchscreen Unknown Touchscreen Touchscreen
Item Dimensions 12.6 x 8.2 x 0.7 inches 9 x 20 x 3 inches 12.7 x 8.9 x 0.68 inches 12.7 x 8.9 x 0.68 inches
Item Weight 2.90 lbs 3.30 lbs 3.64 lbs 3.64 lbs
Operating System Chrome OS Chrome OS Chrome OS Chrome OS
Processor Count 2 2 2 2
RAM Type DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 SDRAM DDR4 SDRAM DDR4 SDRAM
Wireless Communication Standard 802.11b/n/ac Bluetooth Bluetooth, 802.11ac Bluetooth, 802.11ac
Wireless Communication Technology Bluetooth, Wi-Fi Bluetooth, Wi-Fi Wi-Fi Wi-Fi

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Introducing the all-new Flagship ASUS Chromebook Flip C434, a Chromebook featuring a durable 360-degree hinge, 14 inch display, 4-way NanoEdge narrow bezel, all metal finish, and USB Type-C/Type-A. Experience an ultrabook spec Chromebook that has the power and flexibility to get everything done.

10 reviews for ASUS Chromebook Flip C434 2-In-1 Laptop, 14″ Full HD Touchscreen 4-Way NanoEdge, Intel Core M3-8100Y Processor, 4GB RAM, 64GB eMMC Storage, All-Metal Body, Backlit KB, Chrome OS- C434TA-DSM4T, Silver Electronics

  1. Amazon Customer

    My Acer 14 that I bought in January 2016 finally had an issue with the power port that I didn’t chose to resolve although I loved the computer. It introduced me to Chrome OS and was a rugged, inexpensive computer with great battery life. My first replacement was an Acer Spin 713 that was a sleek, rugged Chromebook. I had to return this because of an issue with the sound. When I listened to Spotify, audio would break up and make popping sounds when I was using the browser on a different page. Since I am always listening to music when I work this was a deal breaker. Next I tried a HP Chromebook, 2-in-1, 14C-CA0053DX. Tried to resolve 2 out of the box issues with HP support. Bluetooth randomly disconnecting and 3 finger gesture only working some of the time. Customer support could not resolve these issues and said I would have to send it in for repair. I returned it instead. Now I decided to save some money and go with a basic Acer 14 inch Chromebook. There weren’t any issues with the computer but it just didn’t have the build quality of my 2016 Acer 14 and so I returned it.Finally I purchased the Asus Chromebook Flip C434 and after about a month using this Chromebook have to say I love it! It has great build quality and a beautiful touch screen display. The only fault is that the backlit keyboard is a little weird and I have to turn it off or on depending on the room lighting because it can be difficult to see the characters. A very minor issue for me and the only negative I can find so far. For $419 that I spent on this Chromebook I got a lot.

  2. Mic

    Update May 30, 2020 You must read comments regarding Auto Screen Rotate. If you use a Bluetooth Mouse vs USB, the screen will autorotate in tent mode. A Bluetooth keyboard can also be used. Neat Trick!!!Up DateI have only used this Chromebook for 2 days now and it is nothing short of awesome! It is a joy to use and it handles like a new Corvette. such a joy!This device is awesome. Great industrial design, Great screen with itsy bitsy teeny weeny bezels. Fast like a Tesla. One issue is the choice of gray letters on the aluminum keys? White would have made for much better reading.This is my second C434. The first would not auto-rotate the screen into tent mode. I first contacted Amazon tech support who had Asus tech support online in moments. I spent at least 45 minutes speaking with Asus. He had me run a Power Wash among other searches. Finally, throwing in the towel he issued a case number for my return to Asus for repair which as the device was just days old was unacceptable to me. Contacting Amazon once again it was finally determined that the device be replaced. Thank you Amazon. When the new device was in transit I packed and returned the defective.Upon receiving the new Chromebook the first test was to check for auto-rotate into tent mode and it DID NOT ROTATE!Having worked in QC I found this hard to accept that 2 would be defective. After mucho internet searching I found, (AMAZON MUST READ THIS) that the Chromebook WILL NOT AUTO-ROTATE WITH A MOUSE BLUETOOTH RECEIVER INSTALLED! Pull the plug, so to speak and auto-rotate is awesome! To me this is a really silly issue that should be easy to solve. While touch screen is nice a mouse is more precise. By the way this also solved the same problem on my older Acer R11 that I thought to be defective. Sadly Amazon and I went through a lot of trouble and Amazons time and money for no reason! AMAZON? ALWAYS AMAZING! Thank you! Jeff should send me a thank you card. Ha Ha Ha.AMAZON MUST ADVISE ALL TECH SUPPORT OF THIS ISSUE AS IT EFFECTS ALL CHROMEBOOKS.

  3. DHG

    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.

  4. Amazon Customer–STEVE

    I have been using the Asus C302 for the past 2 years. It was excellent but the battery life was just ok. So, I decided it was time to trade up to the C434 which I bought on Amazon in early Dec./19 for $400 plus tax–it was brand new.I have been using it for the past 3 weeks and have no complaints. Some have complained abt the lighted keyboard not being visible but if you shut the feature off, it is not a problem. Some have complained about the touchpad–it is not great but it is not bad. The keyboard is also responsive and nice to use.The screen is better than the C302 which had a very nice screen nontheless. The C434 is much better–very crisp and clear. Some have complained abt this screen but I would disagree–it is excellent.Battery life is also superb–best I have ever had.This is my 5th Chromebook over the last 4 or 5 years. It is clearly the best and worth the $400 I paid when it was on sale on Amazon.If you like Chromebooks, you will like this model. But if you are new to Chromebooks, you need to understand that is cloud based and not a Win10 OS or an Apple product. It is perfect for lying on your bed, with pillow to your back and unit cradled on your stomach. The 14 inch display is big enough to read articles on NYT, WAPO, etc.. I seldom use my desktop now.

  5. RMigs

    I waited for 3 months for this beauty to become available after the CES 2019.As soon as it became available I ordered it. I wanted to compare it to my Pixelbook. (At twice the price or more). One of them could stay and one would have to go.Update: after more testing and comparison, I did the PB and decided to keep the C434!The C434 is a beautiful piece of hardware. Its aluminum finish is perfect.The screen is excellent compared to the Pixelbook it is not quite as bright and brilliant but very close.This is a widescreen versus the 3:4 on the PB. Looks good, better for movies, a bit awkward for use as a tablet.The keyboard is excellent. I’d call it a tie with the PB.Backlighting on the keyboard is good but n daylight it’s better to turn it off as the letters on the keys are very hard to read.Trackpad smooth, again a tie.Weight goes to the Pixelbook which is about a pound lighter.Storage, even though the Asus has a micro sd card slot, the PB with 128 or 256 gb of internal storage gets the nod. Chrome seems to deal with internal storage more easily than the external card.Sound very nice for a laptop. Much better than the PB.Ports, they both have 2 USB C but the Asus adds a USB A 3.0. Advantage Asus.It was a very close call, but I decided to keep the PB for a while longer. I bet I’ll order the Asus within the next year though. Maybe with a larger HD and a faster processor when available.

  6. David

    Love: the fit and finish is beautiful. The chamfered shiny edges are a nice touch without being too flashy. The feel of the keys is just right – not too much or too little travel. The trackpad is larger than the original Flip, which I like. It tracks well. The touch screen is responsive to touch as well as the transition to tablet mode. I really like how the hinges have different tension so the feet on the bottom of the screen go down first when using it in laptop mode but it still converts fully to a flat tablet. I also like how the bottom part with the keyboard tapers towards the edge, give you a more traditional keyboard slant. Running multiple tabs in up to 3 windows while also having at least two apps open I saw no slow down. I can confirm that you can charge the Chromebook with the same charger you use for newer Android phones (USB-C chargers) and you can even use a portable back up battery though both of these will charge slowly. Still, it’s a good option in a pinch.Cons: That same keyboard slant means it doesn’t fold back complete flush when in table mode, so there’s a little bit of flex, but it doesn’t seem to be a problem. The slot for the microSD card is just a touch too shallow. On two occasions the microSD card was accidently pressed and popped out. The texture on the keys is just slightly different than the texture on the body, making the paint look a little different. This is extremely minor, but for the money I would have like to have seen a more consistent finish.Overall, I am very pleased with the product and I would buy it again. The only real issue I see is the potential to lose a mircoSD card.

  7. GreenJacket

    The Asus Flip 434 is my first venture into Chrome. It’s my first ever laptop/notebook computer as well. The main reason I purchased this model is because I’d read reviews of a previous model by Asus – the Flip 302. It was always highly rated. I also own an Asus AIO desktop PC which has been great. I am not a power user by any stretch but I think this model will offer plenty of bang for my intended usage.I run a new non-profit chapter of a national organization where all technology is online and in the cloud. I don’t particularly like using a laptop computer so I’ve already purchased an external monitor and BT Logitech keyboard. Such a huge difference for me. As for the Chromebook itself; in my opinion it’s a premium product in all regards. The build is excellent and it seems/feels/looks like a much more expensive product. Even though it’s only 4mb of ram I think this will be plenty for my use. I especially like the screen. It’s bright and has very slim bezel. Just looks right.You might be asking why did I buy a laptop when I don’t really like them. The reason is because I will on occasion need to take it on the road or to a meeting. I will also use the flip screen at times to show charts, graphs, videos, etc.to prospective donors. I’ll also use the 434 Flip at fundraisers when I can hook it up to a projection system. The photo above is my temporary setup as of yesterday to try the new external monitor and keyboard. BTW – my KB isn’t a Chrome specific type. I also purchased an inexpensive external 2TB hard drive. Plug & Play simple. I’ve also connected an HP Officejet Pro printer wirelessly. No problem at all setting that up. The BT connections for both the KB and mouse were a snap to setup and work great. As our office expands I will probably purchase a ChromeBox or two.Chrombooks and I’d guess by extension a Chrome Box are very simple to use and work well. It’s almost if you know how to surf the web you can use a Chromebook or Box. The Asus 434 Flip is very nice piece of equipment and I expect many years of service from it.

  8. Nora

    I’m not a tech person so bear with me on this review..I love this laptop! I had done some research on chromebooks after I decided to not spend tons of money on a MacBook. I am a grad student and need a laptop that would be good for word processing (I only use google docs anyways) and watching Hulu and Netflix. This laptop totally met and exceeded all my expectations and I love it.It’s very light and thin, and fits perfectly in my backpack. I am obsessed with how there are charger ports on either side!!!I don’t use the ‘flip’ that much, but it is nice sometimes. I kind of forget that it’s an option but I often have to read long PDF articles and turning it into a tablet and using a stylus to highlight is pretty nice. Also, the speakers are on the very bottom which is not the best sound so if I’m really trying to zone out and watch a movie I will flip it so the speakers are up and the keyboard isn’t between me and the screen. it sounds great like that! The speakers are actually decently loud.The battery life thing on this is amazing. It can last me all 8 hours while I’m at school and usually can charge my phone as well. I’ve had it for about 6 months and have lately started noticing the battery life is maybe not quite as long lasting as it was when I got it, but I’m still really impressed.Again I’m not a tech person. I chose this laptop because of Wirecutter’s review and because my fiancée said the specs looked good compared to other chromebooks I was considering. For my purposes, it works great. It’s fast loading webpages, fast downloads, never have a problem streaming anything. Performance wise it is excellent.The only time I get slightly annoyed with it is that sometimes it drops to WiFi signal for no apparent reason. I can’t absolutely guarantee that this is because of the laptop and not my router, but it happens other places as well. It’s not a constant problem but sometimes I’ll be doing something and all the sudden I will have no internet and i will have to click to the network settings and then it suddenly will be reconnecting to the network. It only happens maybe a couple times a week and it didn’t happen at the beginning.It should be said that with a chromebook there are a few drawbacks. There are sometimes when it’s frustrating to not be able to get the “desktop” version of an app/website, like Spotify. You can either use Spotify web or get the android app for Spotify, and both of these have slightly less functionality than the desktop app that you could install on a windows or PC. That’s just an example but yeah sometimes there are slightly annoying things about running chrome OS but overall I can do everything I need to do and I’m super happy with this purchase. I recommend this laptop to everyone!!!ConsSpeakers on the bottom, slightly muffle the sound unless you flip it.Battery life slightly diminished after 6 months of regular useSometimes dropped WiFi signal for a couple seconds and needs to reconnectProsSpeakers are lOudExcellent battery lifeTouch screen works greatNice keyboardVery fast loading webpages, streaming, etc.

  9. bmszabo

    Afte purchasing the Chromebook Pixel in 2015 for years I did not feel any urge to replace it; it just did everything fine, no complaints up till today, at all.However, when I read the reviews over the C434 I have convinced myself to upgrade; keywords are for me: fast laptop, enlighted keyboard (not many chromebooks have it!), good design. One more feature to move me to buy this laptop was the tablet modus -something I have always missed with my Chromebook, especially at work, when I sometimes need to use the laptop in tablet modus, doing my rounds in the clinic. My 11 inch Asus chromebook flip did the trick -but was too small, too slow to get my primary PC.The C434 delivers all the expectations; tablet mode is a bit heavy, I have found myself using it as a tablet, but in landscape mode. C343 is a bit less snappy, than my Chromebook Pixel 2015 -maybe due to less memory? However, addition of Linux apps is a great bonus; I have installed Thunderbird (as my daily mail program, also for my Exchange accounts!), Libre Office (for offline text editing and presentations) and NixNote 2 as my Evernote program (much better, than the corresponding Android apps).On the minus side: illuminated keyboard (as many time written here): too little contrast between key and enlighted space, hard to read; turning down illumination in bright spaces helps – but this is definitevely worse, than on the Chromebook Pixel 2015.All together: I have found a good replacement for my Chromebook Pixel 2015, stylish, real workhorse, tablet mode -and at an very exceptable price.

  10. Mark C. James

    I have a Windows ASUS laptop. Weighs 5 pounds. More and more, I’ve been finding that apps that are available for Android are not available for Windows. (Like security camera apps) So I bought an Amazon Fire. Love it, lightweight and an insanely long battery lifetime, but the Google Play store isn’t available for it. You could download the .APK files, but you’re not assured it will work or be stable.So I figured a Chromebook would have all the Google Play store apps available. Wrong again. There is the availability to side-load the ones not available via the Linux Beta developer kit. A little more complicated, but it works.Don’t get me wrong. Most of the Google Play apps I use are available. Just some of the cloud-security camera apps had to be downloaded this way.This laptop is 3 pounds. Much easier on the lap. Don’t be alarmed that you can’t put icons on the desktop when it’s in laptop mode. The Android UI is available by swiping up on the task-bar on the bottom.It is also the UI when you fold the keyboard all the way back and it goes into tablet mode.All in all, a nice laptop/tablet and a great replacement for my former 5-lb windows beast.My only quibble is that the slot for the additional memory SIM doesn’t have a cover. If you’re not careful, you could very easily eject the SIM.

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