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ASUS C433 Full HD 14 Inch Touchscreen ChromeBook Flip £399.99 at Amazon
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ASUS C433 Full HD 14 Inch Touchscreen ChromeBook Flip £399.99 at Amazon
Posted 16th Sep 2020

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If you want a quality Chromebook that looks great, works well, and has huge battery life, this is the one. Currently £100 off.

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  • ASUS Chromebook Flip C433 features a four-sided NanoEdge 14 Inch display with ultraslim bezels and an incredible 85 Percent screen-to-body ratio
  • ASUS Chromebook Flip C433 is styled for today, with a precision-crafted aluminum-alloy chassis finished with elegant diamond-cut anodized edges
  • The versatile 360 Degree ErgoLift hinge on ASUS Chromebook Flip C433 has a silky-smooth action that holds the display securely at any angle
  • Featuring the latest powerful Intel processor, ASUS Chromebook Flip C433 delivers high performance for popular apps, with suitable battery life
  • Two full-function reversible USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-C (USB-C) ports make it easy to charge your ASUS Chromebook Flip C433 or connect it to devices and external display
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Same price in John Lewis and probably better to buy from there as comes with 2 years guarantee.
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Same price in John Lewis and probably better to buy from there as comes with 2 years guarantee.
Same price in Argos.
Picked up one of these up last year for my son. Nice bit of kit. Has been cheaper but of course you would need the 'Delorean' or 'Tardis' for that.
Very good Chromebook. Heat added at this price range based on recent prices.

Also £389 - Brand new from Hughes Direct, via eBay, using the PERKS15 code :

ebay.co.uk/itm…ER8
Edited by: "Mrsweet" 16th Sep
Notanotherdeal16/09/2020 12:48

Picked up one of these up last year for my son. Nice bit of kit. Has been …Picked up one of these up last year for my son. Nice bit of kit. Has been cheaper but of course you would need the 'Delorean' or 'Tardis' for that.


I think there are a few people on here with Deloreans - judging from the comments you sometimes see on this site

This is a lovely bit of kit - very good of you to pick up your son a nice Chromebook model like this
Mrsweet16/09/2020 13:35

I think there are a few people on here with Deloreans - judging from the …I think there are a few people on here with Deloreans - judging from the comments you sometimes see on this site This is a lovely bit of kit - very good of you to pick up your son a nice Chromebook model like this


I agree. You can only purchase something in the 'now'.

Yes my son is happy with this Chromebook. What's not to like? For me the right form factor in size with touchscreen, metal case, backlit keyboard, good processor and more than adequate internal storage / memory plus lengthy support from Google.

I believe the only cristisim from reviews is the plastic keyboard inlay but then you are entering C434 territory .
Notanotherdeal16/09/2020 14:09

I agree. You can only purchase something in the 'now'. Yes my son … I agree. You can only purchase something in the 'now'. Yes my son is happy with this Chromebook. What's not to like? For me the right form factor in size with touchscreen, metal case, backlit keyboard, good processor and more than adequate internal storage / memory plus lengthy support from Google.I believe the only cristisim from reviews is the plastic keyboard inlay but then you are entering C434 territory .


Good to hear he is happy with it, and you are right, nothing to dislike - as it's a fantastic Chromebook We got a C434 and the C433 looks nicer imo (design just looks a bit more modern). And if all reviewers can really find to criticise is a keyboard inlay, you know you're onto a winner!
Mrsweet16/09/2020 14:27

Good to hear he is happy with it, and you are right, nothing to dislike - …Good to hear he is happy with it, and you are right, nothing to dislike - as it's a fantastic Chromebook We got a C434 and the C433 looks nicer imo (design just looks a bit more modern). And if all reviewers can really find to criticise is a keyboard inlay, you know you're onto a winner!


The C434 is a great bit of kit all the same @Mrsweet . Unfortunately the budget had already been blown away by the time the C433 had been ordered from John Lewis.
For me, I'd want 8GB Ram when your getting towards £400. I know I'm a bit of an exception, as I pick up Chromebooks from the USA, but my HP x360 (i5/8GB) only cost $350.
I got one of these for the kids to share to do their Covid homeschooling on. It’s excellent - really well made, long battery and really great screen.

good find OP - hot
Can anyone confirm whether this works with an active stylus? TIA
Unirocker16/09/2020 17:42

Can anyone confirm whether this works with an active stylus? TIA


This one does. I don't know if all active styli are the same though.

amazon.co.uk/Bro…PB4
Edited by: "kebabthief" 16th Sep
Looking for a laptop for my son for school work. Can anyone tell me why you would choose this Chromebook at £399 over a Windows machine at the same price with double the storage? johnlewis.com/asu…487. Thanks
I've been using Chromebooks for years, only low end ones though, but they have always been ultra reliable, great battery life and easy/quick upgrades.

Although they are increasingly popular for students, I would find out what software the school intends to use. Many schools use Microsoft products since they offer generous discounts and free software. Chrome would be limited to web versions of Office and Teams (although both work great on mine).
nigelwill17/09/2020 11:04

I've been using Chromebooks for years, only low end ones though, but they …I've been using Chromebooks for years, only low end ones though, but they have always been ultra reliable, great battery life and easy/quick upgrades.Although they are increasingly popular for students, I would find out what software the school intends to use. Many schools use Microsoft products since they offer generous discounts and free software. Chrome would be limited to web versions of Office and Teams (although both work great on mine).


We use Microsoft products at our school and all work seamlessly on a chromebook.
If you want trouble free computing then the chromebook is the best solution.
Using geforce now or stadia you can also play a full range of triple a games.
Chromebooks are great for convenience and boot times, the hardware is horrendously overpriced though. Yes you might say the OS doesn't have to do much, so it only requires modest specs, but come on £399 for this hardware, it is literally insanity.

Should have 8th gen Intel i5 at least for this money. Bananas pricing. Worst thing about Chromebooks is the price and they're getting more expensive each year!
Edited by: "fishmaster" 24th Sep
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