ASUS Chromebook with 3 Year Warranty C204MA 11.6 Inch HD Laptop (Intel Celeron N4020, 4 GB RAM, 32 GB eMMC, Chrome OS) Includes


  • Intel Celeron Processor.
  • Intel UHD Graphics 600.
  • 11.6" 1366x768 60Hz Display.
  • 4GB LPDDR4 2400MHz SDRAM.
  • 32GB eMMC.


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ASUS C204 11.6″ Touch Chrome­book — Celeron 1.1GHz CPU, 4GB RAM, 32GB eMMC, Google Chrome

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Additional information

Weight 1.4 kg
Dimensions 37.9 × 23.6 × 6.4 cm


Package Dimensions

37.9 x 23.6 x 6.4 cm; 1.4 Kilograms


1 Lithium ion batteries required. included

Item model number

Chromebook C204MA





Form Factor



720p HD Ready Pixels

Processor Brand


Processor Type

Celeron N

Processor Speed

1.1 GHz

Processor Count


RAM Size

4 GB

Memory Technology


Computer Memory Type


Maximum Memory Supported

4 GB

Memory Clock Speed

2400 MHz

Hard Drive Size

32 GB

Hard Disk Description


Hard Drive Interface

PC Card

Audio Details


Graphics Coprocessor

Intel Graphics Processor

Graphics Chipset Brand


Graphics Card Description


Graphics RAM Type


Graphics Card Interface


Connectivity Type

Bluetooth Wi-Fi

Wireless Type

Bluetooth 802.11ac

Optical Drive Type


Power Source

AC & Battery

Hardware Platform


Operating System

Chrome OS

Are Batteries Included


Lithium Battery Packaging

Batteries contained in equipment

Number Of Lithium Ion Cells


Item Weight

1.4 kg



Date First Available

22 Oct. 2020




  1. Andyp

    Great lit­tle chrome­bookUpon open­ing the box i found the lap­top, charg­er and some war­ran­ty infor­ma­tion. First impres­sions are good, it feels stur­dy and while it’s made out of plas­tic, it is well tex­tured to feel expen­sive and looks like it could be alu­mini­um from afar.I specif­i­cal­ly chose this device because it’s light­weight (less than 1kg) because i trav­el a lot and need some­thing that won’t be too heavy, This lap­top is just right for the job.Some of the old­er chrome­books are lim­it­ed in how many apps can be installed how­ev­er some chrome­books (this one includ­ed) can also run Lin­ux appli­ca­tions and games. This is cur­rent­ly a beta fea­ture which can be turned on via the set­tings menu. I turned this on straight away and it allowed me to install some pho­to edit­ing soft­ware and the Open Office suite.The charg­er for the new ver­sion of this Chrome­book is a type USB C which is handy.The device has two USB C ports, a USB B port, a Micro SD card slot and final­ly a 3.5mm head­phone jack. That’s even bet­ter sup­port than a 2018 Mac­book Pro. This is real­ly use­ful because i did­n’t need a don­gle to con­nect my cam­era or phone to the device. The Micro SD card slot is also use­ful for adding extra stor­age or con­nect­ing your phone’s mem­o­ry card.The screen is good for an entry lev­el chrome­book. I have no prob­lems view­ing text from a dis­tance how­ev­er the side view­ing angles let it down a lit­tle bit. But lets be hon­est, who views the screen from the side very often.I real­ly like the key­pad. It does­n’t feel cheap and the key trav­el dis­tance is good. The top but­tons for sound and bright­ness are just in the right place. Sim­i­lar­ly the touch­pad works well.The sound is qui­et but it does­n’t sound tin­ny which is nice. How­ev­er the sound is very clear with ear­phones in. You can install Spo­ti­fy and Google play music.Youtube videos play well. I found that some of the old­er chrome­books strug­gled with 1080p video stream­ing but this seems to han­dle it fine, even with lots of oth­er tabs open. I assume this is because of the 4gb of memory.Overall i give this a sol­id 9/10.

  2. Martha

    amaz­ing qual­i­ty for the price, but has some consPros: I ordered this not expect­ing much as it was only 150 pounds. I’m pleased with the qual­i­ty of the prod­uct, after hav­ing used it for 1 month. very quick, does exact­ly what you need it to. excel­lent for tak­ing notes, watch­ing youtube, basic stu­dent work. very thin and weighs basi­cal­ly noth­ing, I can’t even tell when I have it in my bag. the bat­tery life is also amaz­ing, i only need to charge it for 1 hour and i have 13 hours!cons: I can­not use this while it is charg­ing with­out it freez­ing. i dont know why this hap­pens, but its been hap­pen­ing every sin­gle time I plug in my charg­er and also try to do some work on the lap­top. Not a major issue for me as it only takes 30 mins — 1 hour for full charge but I won­der if this will be a huge prob­lem lat­er when it will take more time to charge. anoth­er prob­lem is that when I try to watch a movie or video, com­plete­ly ran­dom­ly, the video will go green. I just need to restart chrome and then this goes away — seems more like a chrome spe­cif­ic prob­lem than a mod­el spe­cif­ic one. The last issue I have with this chrome­book is that some­times the sound does­nt work with head­phones if you have left it on sleep for too long and then open it up again. — from my research, this also seems like a chrome­book prob­lem, not just this laptop.overall, 8/10. would def­i­nite­ly rec­om­mend if you are just look­ing for a cheap fix that’s very easy to car­ry around and is super quick!

  3. ManicMumOf6

    It just works! 🙂Bought for my 18year old daugh­ter as she need­ed some­thing light­weight to do her col­lege work on, shes real­ly hap­py with it! Her sis­ter had one with 2gb ram and it was super slow, this one has 4 and it should be the stan­dard for this type of thing, as in no less than 4gb. Shes an apple fan, so this is her first time hav­ing google etc and the play­store, shes already been watch­ing net­flix and youtube with­out any issues, down­load­ing office was straight­for­ward (its free on her col­lege account) and shes can do all of her essays and pick up on anoth­er device at col­lege or at home. Shes real­ly hap­py with it, and im real­ly hap­py with the price for £159.99 it was real­ly reasonable.

  4. J. Holmes

    Zero instruc­tions, more stars dropped lat­erLack of instuc­tions has dropped one star, so far all is going well, the built in instruc­tions have allowed me to trans­fer my email account [ntl­world] to the chrome­book gmail, eas­i­ly paired it to my epson xp 205 3 in 1 print­er , trans­ferred my favourites from chrome on win­dows to the chrome­book, have yet to tack­le mov­ing my files but it looks fair­ly straight­for­ward by send­ing them to my new gmail account where the chrome­book can accept them, we shall see.Impressed by the light­ness and the speed of open­ing the screen, look­ing for­ward to the built in secu­ri­ty liv­ing up to its inten­tions with reg­u­lar auto updates, got absolute­ly cheesed off with Win­dows 10, always seemed to have issues and incom­pat­i­ble pro­grams, updates nev­er cured its faults18 months on the screen is los­ing its elec­tri­cal con­nec­tion at the hinge giv­ing a blank screen depend­ing on the angle of open­ing and if using while on charge there is a par­tic­u­lar charge lev­el where for a time the key­board is unre­spon­sive and the chrome­book unus­able. Unsure if there will be anoth­er Chrome­book, in its favour is the immu­ni­ty from hacking.Less than a fort­night has past since remov­ing the screen to attend to the fail­ing con­nec­tion to the rib­bon con­nec­tor it proved to be only a tem­po­rary fix, once again the screen is fail­ing, time to replace, it wont be anoth­er AsusE­nough is enough, twice in a week the back has had to be tak­en off to ‘jig­gle’ the mul­ti­plug, I now have sim­i­lar one from ACER spin with touch­screen, all func­tions appear to be iden­ti­cal so using it will be the same, My ASUS will now get a pow­er­wash and its au-revoir, ps dropped anoth­er star

  5. John­ny Lee

    Great bat­tery lifeBat­tery life is fan­tas­tic. Charged to 100%, and it last­ed 2 and a half days.You get what you pay for. It’s a lit­tle slow with pro­cess­ing doc­u­ments through Google Docs, but it’s fine.Also runs Android apps, which is a big plus.

  6. Nico

    What is a great lap­top with unus­able screenI’ve been play­ing with this chrome­book for over an hour before my eyes could not han­dle it. This device is unus­able in bright envi­ron­ments or with­out the night mode and high con­trast on. The dis­play on a reg­u­lar mon­i­tor would be bad but on a chrome­book that is meant for use out­side and in vary­ing con­di­tions, as well as on a go, it’s horrendous.First of all, view­ing angles are maybe 10 degrees left and right and maybe 5 degrees up and down. After an hour I start­ed feel­ing dizzy because my left and right eye saw dif­fer­ent things on the mon­i­tor from half a meter away when I was­n’t per­fect­ly cen­tered on it. What’s worse, the dis­tor­tion is extreme, not only mak­ing things hard­er to read or slight­ly off-col­or, but com­plete­ly invis­i­ble under the lay­er of deep blue or green, dark hues.Furthermore, the screen is extreme­ly bright with almost no con­trast. It’s basi­cal­ly a glo­ri­fied flash­light that can also dis­play some images. Read­ing is a chore and frankly impos­si­ble for me due to slight issues with sight.Lastly, I’d like to point out that this is not an anti-glare screen. I hon­est­ly feel sub­ject­ed to false adver­tis­ing, as this chrome­book is basi­cal­ly a mir­ror. I had to turn off the lights in my room to do any­thing with it, oth­er­wise I would just most­ly see myself. Don’t dream of using it out­side, even with max­i­mum bright­ness. I don’t think I’ve ever seen such a bad dis­play in my life.On the upside, it seemed to run pret­ty well. The key­board is very nice, although it does have an odd lay­out. The track­pad is bad but per­fect­ly usable. The device looks and feels good as long as you don’t turn it on.Please don’t buy this Chrome­book if you have an imper­fect vision or want an okish dis­play. You’re much bet­ter off get­ting a Blue­tooth key­board for a phone.

  7. Ama­zon Customer

    Per­fectThis is a bril­liant lit­tle chrome­book. I have had it on con­stant­ly from full charge for an hour now and it’s at 91%. I have went from win­dows to this and would nev­er look back. After hav­ing it for 2 days its bril­liant and easy to learn your way around it.Good things to know are there is no right click. So to do this you have to hold alt then click with your mouse pad. There is also no caps lock but to do this press the mag­ni­fy­ing glass but­ton and alt at the same time then shift to turn it off again.This has been a god­send already for me get­ting my col­lege work done

  8. Super­ish Medic

    Dis­ap­point­ment from the word go.Bought this as a Christ­mas present for the wife. When we boot­ed it up the Chrome­book instant­ly came up with an error with OS. Called tech sup­port straight away…very help­ful but sad­ly I was the 10% where a USB rescov­ery didn’t work. Very dis­ap­point­ed and will cer­tain­ly not pur­chase a chrome­book again from first impres­sions. Have since returned for full refund as out of stock. I have since pur­chased anoth­er lap­top for the same val­ue with Win­dows 10 and is excellent.

  9. Corkon­ian

    Per­fect­ly ade­quateChrome­books are — by design — cheap, dis­pos­able com­put­ing. Every­thing is stored in the cloud, the device itself is just the more or less stu­pid end­point to dis­play web based con­tent and appli­ca­tions. No need for huge amounts of stor­age, no need for fast, mod­ern CPUs, every­thing is as basic as it gets. Dis­pos­able. If I lose my chrome­book, do I both­er? I don’t think so. I will just get me a cheap new chrome­book and con­tin­ue where I left off.So, what do I expect from a chromebook?Cheap con­ve­nience. Use­ful bat­tery life. A good enough dis­play that my eyes don’t hurt. Good enough key­board and track­pad to do sub­stan­tial work. Good enough sound to enjoy the odd YouTube/Netflix. Maybe a touch screen, espe­cial­ly when you con­sid­er to use your chrome­book with Android apps.I used to have an Acer 13″ chrome­book since 2015. Even though it only had 2 GB RAM and 16 GB stor­age, it was good enough. Until, well, until the sum­mer of 2021, when ChromeOS real­ly, real­ly want­ed to get more than 2GB RAM and the lack of RAM turned it into a slug­gish, use­less paper­weight. But then again, 6 years of usage out of a sub £300 sys­tem is more than eco­nom­i­cal and so I retired the Acer chrome­book and switched to this new Asus chromebook.Switching was pain­less and min­utes after log­ging into my Google account on my new chrome­book, I had every­thing moved over, effortlessly.The screen is noth­ing to write home about. SD res­o­lu­tion, but on a 11″ dis­play, it’s fair. Even more so with the lim­it­ed bat­tery capac­i­ty of an 11″ device. The one thing that bugs me is that it isn’t a touch­screen, but I knew that before and I can make do with a trackpad.The key­board is fair. Not the best, but defin­i­tive­ly not the worst that I have seen. Per­fect­ly usable.Audio qual­i­ty and vol­ume are again per­fect­ly adequate.Battery life is good enough for a day’s work, I guess. There is no annoy­ing fan and every­thing is as con­ve­nient as it can be.Build qual­i­ty isn’t that much. It’s — again — per­fect­ly ade­quate. It can take a bump and a scratch and I don’t give a fly­ing hand­ker­chief. It should last 3’ish years — which is about £5 per month.So, what’s not to like for £5 a month?

  10. Jen­nie and michael

    NiceFirst off it’s not touch screen so I Duno why it’s ask­ing every­one how the touch screen is. I’ve only received this today but so far I’m hap­py with it. I had the hp chrome­book note­book before a year or two ago from Argos and it got very slow so I’ll update this feed­back if it ever gets like that. The box it was in and the box the box was in were both dam­aged but the lap­top seems ok. No instruc­tions were includ­ed in the box and it’s dif­fer­ent to work that my sons Leno­vo thinkpad but I got the hang of how it works and where every­thing is and I’ve got what I need now installed and I have A lot of stor­age still free which I was a bit wor­ried about read­ing the feed­back from oth­er peo­ple. Oth­er reviews also said about the screen hav­ing to be fac­ing you to be able to see it but I haven’t noticed this prob­lem so far. Brows­ing the web it has nice pic­ture qual­i­ty and sound is loud but could be bet­ter qual­i­ty. The mouse is a bit fun­ny to use, I’m not sure if it’s sup­pose to be like that but I’ll get use to it. I have got a mouse but I don’t always have a place for it to go like when I’m just sat on the sofa and it’s on my lap. Bat­tery charges fast but i sup­pose it depends what you do on the lap­top. I’ll only be using OneDrive to sort out my pho­tos for my mem­o­ry stick. One thing I will say though is the price is the same at Argos and I could have got it the same day but deliv­ery for this was three days so not bad and k like the fact that reviews have pho­tos on Amazon

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