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ASUS Chromebook Plus CX3402 14" Laptop with Google AI - Intel Core i5 1335U - 8GB Memory - 128GB SSD - Pearl White

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Rating 4.5 out of 5 stars with 34 reviews

3 expert reviews

Expert rating, 3.8 out of 5 stars with 3 reviews.

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  • Rated 2 out of 5 stars

    Great looking & performing Chromebook

    Cons: audio is not premium, does not have backlit keys. The pros: white color is REALLY COOL. I love the look of this model. It's an extra durable laptop so its plastic but the chassis is hard & supposed to withstand some abuse. It's very lightweight. Easy to hold in one hand while couch web surfing. 2nd biggest pro is the laptop is very fast. Everything is instantaneous. Touchscreen & touchpad both work well & are responsive. I am going to return this laptop due to the fact that the Asus website and Best buy and other department retailers all say that this computer has backlit keyboard and it does not. I confirmed with ASUS tech support that it does not. The website has a discrepancy & it's not best buys fault. However, for $500, I am expecting backlit keys at the minimum. Especially when f and j keys do not have pronounced ridges for finding home on the keyboard. It pains me to take this back but i will not spend the money without this let feature. Again the i5 1335u is sickkk too. Great performance 14" beautiful Chromebook without any backlight for the keyboard

    Posted by Trevor

  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Asus & Google

    I want to share my experience with the Asus Chromebook Plus. Now you may be wondering what is the big deal about this device? And what makes it worthy of the “plus” moniker. There is a whole lot to like here with this device but your milage may vary. I have the Intel Core i5 variant and it sure is fast. But of course, this is just my opinion on this device as you may feel differently. It is no secret that Asus has come under fire for recent events. I wish to simply say that I have been fortunate to having products that have not failed me. So, I want to make it clear that I do no have any bias for or against Asus as consumer. Without further ado let’s have a look at what Asus has to offer here with their latest and greatest. This CB Plus so far with the time I have spent with it has been great. Upon receipt you’ll receive a basic looking box with the usual contents the device, a 45-watt charger and documentation. Picking up the CB for the first-time man it felt great. It is lightweight and feels nice to the touch it is more plastic like but not a cheap and brittle like plastic that would break overtime. I really prefer the white color as it matches with my ROG Ally and anyone who has used a Chromebook can speak for the simplicity that it offers. :::I&O::: This CB has a lot of I&O you will find four USB ports in total two type c, and two type a. Both type c can be used for charging. An HDMI port is included as well, not bad for a Chromebook I say. And I almost forgot to mention a combo mic/headphone jack, although I don’t see why when you could just use a pair of BT headphones. The Core i5 is great for a device like this so not much can slow it down there is an i5-1335U and a solid 8GB of ram. As far as storage is concerned this particular model has 128GB UFS. Wi-Fi 6E is included on the chipset and BT but I am not sure which version though. :::Display::: The display and camera are pretty decent this CB has a 1080p screen which is more than enough for what it is designed for, I am no design pro but the display looks good and the colors are accurate and not washed out. The display is plenty bright for indoor use it isn’t something you could use in direct sunlight. The camera is clear and not grainy and is most definitely usable for video calls or conferences. I tested this out using Google Meet. I like the fact that there is a privacy shutter for those who like privacy. You can never be too careful. The display has a touchscreen and you wouldn’t guess it by looking at it. And it is a matte display which in my opinion is better than a glossy display. The bezels are thin and the screen to display ratio is rather nice and exaggerated like some other Chromebooks. :::Battery::: One thing that Chromebooks are notorious for is their battery life it isn’t unheard to have 8+ hours of battery life. Of course, this all depends on your usage. I myself with mixed use of media and work found roughly 9hours of battery life on a single full charge with 40% brightness and volume at 35%. Keyboard The keyboard feels nice and the keys do not stick and have a good clicky feel to them it is a full-sized key board without the number pad. The touchpad is big and responsive. It really adds to the overall experience. :::Pros & Cons::: Pros: - Fast (great components) - Aesthetically pleasing (Pearl White color) - Touchscreen - Long battery life Cons: - No stylus included - No backlit keyboard :::General Thoughts::: It is really impressive to see how far Chromebooks have come in such little time. I recall when they first released, they were nothing more than a glorified netbook but it just kept improving overtime. And now I only use Chromebooks and Windows laptops. I have owned several CB’s over the years and this CB Plus is amongst my favorites. While I am not sure if not having a backlit keyboard is a big deal, I do wish that a stylus was included. I suppose that is for the more premium models. If you want it all then do yourself a favor and fully spec out this model and you’ll practically would have it all in a small package. For what you get I can’t really complain as this is one solid device. The display is solid, keyboard is great and battery life is top notch. :::TL;DR::: You want a good priced Chromebook with solid specs and performance then look no further you just may have found what you are looking for here.