Summary: Takes 5-10 minutes to update my Quicken bank accounts. Occasionally comes out of sleep with a blank screen, and must be rebooted more than once to restore. Won't play videos without stopping even though it has a fancy graphics chip. Apparently I should have spent a few more bucks.
Summary: I bought this little computer in order to play movies on my TV and use it as a home server as well. The good parts are that it's really tiny and silent, so it's very easy to hide it somewhere in the living room. However, I think the specs are a bit too low. I know it's cheap and not supposed to be a power house, but the computer feels really slow and video playback is sometimes glitchy.
Summary: Atom CPU can't support high resolution video, such as 1080p or 760p. I bought this desktop to watch video from 55' LED Sony TV. But the video is getting slow and the sound doesn't match with the video...(the person's talking voice coming before the mouth in the onversation)I got very upset, downloaded coredeck to maximize the CPU quality..Video seems better in the beginning but got slow again.
Summary: Updated Review - March The Q150 was an impressive product in terms of design. I love the idea of mounting it behind my HDTV and it comes with its own mini remote to boot. Even the picture color and quality is excellent with the Invidia chip. Running 720p video was disappointing though when compared to my desktop. I suspect the processor is just not adequate for living room use. Scrolling through pictures was choppy as well.
Summary: We purchased this computer to hook up to our 42" HDTV. What I did like about the product was how small it was and the remote control keyboard. However, once we got the product and hooked it up, it wouldn't play Hulu videos in full screen, (which is the reason we bought it). It was very jumpy and horrible sound. We hooked a laptop up to our computer and it worked fine. We're sending product back to Amazon.