|商品尺寸||32.11 x 20.7 x 1.65 cm; 1.5 公斤|
|电池||1 锂离子电池 电池(附带)|
|最大显示分辨率||1920 x 1080 像素|
|光驱设备||No Optical Drive|
ASUS 华硕 Chromebook Flip C433 2 合 1 笔记本电脑，14 英寸触摸屏 FHD NanoEdge 显示屏，英特尔酷睿 m3-8100Y 处理器，8GB 内存，64GB eMMC 存储，背光键盘，银色，Chrome 操作系统，C433TA-AS384T
ASUS Chromebook Flip C433 2 in 1 Laptop, 14" Touchscreen FHD NanoEdge Display, Intel Core m3-8100Y Processor, 8GB RAM, 64GB eMMC Storage, Backlit Keyboard, Silver, Chrome OS, C433TA-AS384T
- 14 英寸触摸屏全高清 1920x1080 4 向 NanoEdge 显示屏，显示屏两侧均采用超窄边框（5 毫米薄），可让 14 英寸屏幕适合 13 英寸笔记本电脑的机身
- 全高清显示屏具有耐用的 360 度铰链，可用于将触摸屏显示屏翻转为帐篷、支架和平板电脑模式
- 由英特尔酷睿 m3-8100Y 处理器（高达 3.4 GHz）提供支持，可提供超快和敏捷的性能。 如果您使用大量选项卡或运行大量应用程序，这有能力轻松完成这一切
- 8GB LPDDR3 内存； 64GB eMMC 存储和 2 个 USB Type-C（第 1 代）和 1 个 Type-A（第 1 代）端口以及背光巧克力键盘（*USB 传输速度可能会有所不同。请访问华硕网站了解更多信息）
- Chromebook 在 Chrome OS 上运行 - 谷歌为我们今天的生活方式打造的操作系统。 它带有内置的防护、自动更新、在几秒钟内启动并随着时间的推移继续保持快速
- 14 inch Touchscreen Full HD 1920x1080 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 13-inch laptop footprint
- The Full HD 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
- 8GB LPDDR3 RAM; 64GB eMMC storage and 2x USB Type-C (Gen 1) and 1x Type-A (Gen 1) ports plus a backlit chiclet keyboard (*USB Transfer speed may vary. Learn more at ASUS website)
- Chromebook runs on Chrome OS - an operating system by Google that is built for the way we live today. It comes with built-in virus protection, updates automatically*, boots up in seconds and continues to stay fast over time
隆重推出 ASUS Chromebook Flip C433，这款 Chromebook 具有耐用的 360 度铰链、14 英寸显示屏、4 向 NanoEdge 窄边框和 USB Type-C/Type-A。 体验超极本规格的 Chromebook，它拥有强大的功能和灵活性来完成一切。 *USB 3.0、3.1（第 1 代和第 2 代）和/或 Type-C 的实际传输速度会因许多因素而异，包括主机设备的处理速度、文件属性以及与系统配置和您的操作相关的其他因素 环境。 全新的四面纳米边缘显示屏旨在以最少的物理空间为您提供最多的屏幕区域。
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This machine is fast. I surfed the web with no problems, looked all over Amazon, read books with numerous graphs and complex pictures, and looked over a few of my own photos without difficulty. The ASUS did load Google Documents and Documents then loaded my document files from the iCloud in nothing flat. To augment the internal memory I added a 256 gb microchip which was instantly recognized; however, I had to jump through some hoops when I realized nothing was being saved or moved to the chip. I found the needed adjustment in settings and I was moving ahead again. I really enjoy being able to add memory to the computer with a chip. I think this is a major advantage over machines that don’t have this capability.
The machine does have a few problems that might be considered deal killers to other people. First, the keyboard is not good. It is difficult to type on and this resulted in numerous corrections having to be made. I have actually purchased another keyboard from logitech that hooks up to this computer by Bluetooth. Once this keyboard was successfully paired I was able to begin typing on what I consider to be a standard keyboard and many of my errors disappeared. I think the keyboard is a big problem with this computer. The backlight on the keyboard is almost useless. I will note that when the back light is at a low setting it is extremely difficult to see the keys. You can increase the brightness by pressing the alt key and then pressing the increase brightness key on the function keys across the top. The keyboard will increase substantially in brightness; however, I find that even at the brightest setting the keyboard is difficult to see. It may work well in low light conditions, but in a room with regular light it is still difficult to ascertain which key is which. An experience typist will not find this a problem, but to people like me I think it is a substantial problem.
On the keyboard there is no caps lock. Why this was omitted is confusing. I find that using the caps lock is a constant undertaking. To achieve capitals the operator must press down the alt key and the little magnifying glass key then the machine will lock on cabs.
The weight of the computer is nothing to sneeze at. While the number of pounds seems small, try holding it out at arms length for more than 10 seconds and you will quickly see the weight is a necessary consideration.
In my opinion, the screen is sharp and easy to read. For more demanding screen details you will have to go up in price. Viewing movies isn’t a problem, in fact it looks quite nice.
I have saved the worst for last. This particular computer from ASUS does not, stress not, have a good stylus associated with it. I bought a stylus from Amazon and had to be especially careful to use the exact number for this computer because there are other models very near in number to this model and styluses that work with other models will not work with this computer. The stylus I bought does not allow one to draw on this computer. The stylus badly lags when used for drawing, and the stylus is not accurate in placing the line. This may be the computer itself and not the stylus; however, this lack of ability to accurately use a stylus is nearly a deal killer for me. I am very used to using the Apple iPad Pro 12.5 inch. Not being able to use a stylus is almost incomprehensible to me at this stage of computer development. Having this ASUS computer only work with a very few highly specific styluses is most disappointing. It took me over a week to start looking for a stylus to pair with this machine. Had I known the limited availability of styluses, and the nearly usable nature of a stylus with this particular machine, I would not have purchased this laptop computer. I really enjoy drawing, and drawing on the iPad is one of my favorite hobbies. I was looking forward to being able to sketch on this ASUS computer, but I find this is impossible with this particular machine. It is unfortunate the previous reviews I read did not mention the difficulty in pairing a stylus with this computer and the horrible nature of the resulting stylus lines if a person attempted to draw. Amazon’s return policy on computers prevents me from returning this machine. I suppose I could trade this in somewhere and try again, but that would be quite expensive. The next machine will avoid Chrome and will definitely either come with a stylus or have a good stylus readily available. A machine that I cannot draw on is an anathema to me.
I would touch the enter keys and shift keys and kept ending up somewhere that I didn't want to be! This Chromebook said one of the features was a "backlit keyboard". If it is, it is a very poor one! I could see some
lighting underneath the keys, but the letters and numbers on the keys do not light up with this! What good is some lighting underneath if it doesn't light up the actual letters/numbers? I'm also frustrated with this Chromebook that the keyboard is too simple! With a Laptop, I could switch between screens I had opened by using the Alt Key with the Tab key. Not on Chromebook! If I wanted to type a word fully in caps, I just had to touch the Shift Key. Not on Chromebook!
For those who learned and worked on a Chromebook in the past, I believe this would be a good one to try,
really feels very solid and sturdy. For me, I'm going to be returning this one and keep researching for the best inexpensive Laptop I can get.
I will be sending it back for a refund and keep looking for the Laptop I'm use to.