Summary: I've had this computer for a couple years now and I've really enjoyed this purchase and have not had any real problems. I will note that I put a SSD hard drive in it and upgraded the RAM as well as put a full version of Windows on it. This came with Windows Starter which I think was a poor decision since much of the touch functionality is limited in this version. I already had a spare Windows 7 key before I purchased it.
Summary: The one part of a laptop that is almost guaranteed to need replacing? The battery! Why then does ASUS not sell batteries for the T91MT?. Why wont ASUS help to find a reputable battery supplier for this laptop? This failure puts ASUS on our DO NOT BUY list. Update 10/30/13 I finally found a battery--through EBay. After ordering I discovered the vendor is in Hong Kong.
Summary: These are O.K. Tabs. I got these for a few maintenance guys to do some work orders. They have lasted around 3 years only a few with some cracked screens or screen problems in general. But again these things are being abused and used very heavily. Based on this i would recommend them for durability. Speed isn't that bad either. They are a little bulky, but that's what you get with a convertible. Has a precise touchscreen too.
Summary: This tv has met all my needs! I would suggest that anyone looking for a smart tv buy this one. I have had no problems with it. I love the remote and the fact that it is easy to hook up laptops, dvd player, etc.
Summary: This is a great product to have. It is not an I-Pad or Google Nexus, however it is a wonderful product. If you are intrigued by the convertible tablet computer commercials, then you will notice that one of the products is an ASUS. This little thing is awesome. You have to play with it and be patient to figure out how it works. There is no "quick reference guide" for old folks like me (mid 30's) but it does all you want.
Summary: I red some good review about this tool and bought it, loaded with best specs and high price.The hinge got too loose and the screen started to rotate like a globe. The small very mechanical nobes supporting the screen from sliding sideways fall off too and so on. The speed was awful. I tried to continue using it. Finally evrything stopped-I.I checked the waranty, just expired one week ago. I am so sorry, my worest computer experience!
Summary: The display does not have drivers for windows 64. The Asus tech i emailed said they had no plans to make them. A bit of a bummer considering the processor would work. Ubuntu 32 and 64 drivers are there. After you wipe it the fast start button only functions as a second on/off button and many of the Fn F# keys do not map after reimaging the computer.
Summary: I bought this so I can do some tech stuff without sitting in my room, and maybe connect to my desktop when I'm not home. I was skeptical of the whole "non-working touchscreen" since it just happened to be described by other reviews as the start bar. Turns out, it wasn't the startbar, it was the actual screen. The deadzone consists of the bottom 6/10 of an inch of the screen - reaching from the left edge to about a centimeter away from the right edge.