Summary: My company just bought these for everyone and it sucks big time. EVERTHING IS SLOWER! DO NOT buy this product if you think your computer should make you more effecient as opposed to less effecient. I immediatly switched back to my "OLD" desktop.
Summary: We use this to stream video form Netflix,Hulu etc. Everything plays perfect except Netflix HD. This is a microsoft Silverlight problem since they do not support the GPU. I have a 32 inch lcd and the regular streaming (non hd) from Netflix looks great. No complaints about this computer.
Summary: This PC, if you can call it one, has no horsepower for anything other than to just display the desktop screen. I bought this device as a unit to stream videos from the internet onto my LED TV. It was not even able to do that.
Summary: I'm using this as a diskless front end with Mythtv. Booted just fine the fist time and has worked great. Plays 1080i with no probs (VDPAU support works groovy). The one thing (and it was an oh, yah... moment) is the mount it comes with is made for the back of a monitor. Not a 42" flat screen tv...
Pros: Very small Very quiet The little remote keyboard/trackball works from across the room. I lose eyesight before I lose signal. If I could afford it, I'd buy 3 more to replace the rest of my diskless mythbuntu front ends.
Cons: 5.1 sound only available via optical spdif (not really a con, I just have to buy a spdif-> rca decoder in addition) Getting into BIOS setup menus is more luck than anything - it has insanely fast defaults, which might make sense with its intended use.
Pros: These have been great. I bought one about a year ago, and have bought two more since. I've been using them as register counter PCs. They are bolted on the back of the monitors and really make the front desk look clean. They aren't blazing quick, but they have been more than adequate for internet,...
Cons: One of them didn't ship with the keyboard/mouse combo. Because I'm using this with a regular keyboard and mouse anyway; I didn't really care. Newegg gave me a $25 credit. It was either that or I could return one and get a new one in the box. ehhhh wasn't worth it.
Summary: Bought specifically to Wirelessly (N) stream videos from a media server. Plug into wall, plug HDMI into TV, plug usb receiver for the controller in. DONE! At first, a standard movie (700mb) streamed fine. But used about 30% processor power. A 2-4 GB movie streamed fine, but used 60% processor power.