Summary: I finally thought I would take the time to let people know about my experience with this ASUS product. I had previously owned multiple ASUS computers; even a netbook in the Eee PC family, and had always been satisfied.
Summary: I am reviewing this netbook from the view of a college student, and I have to say, I am impressed with this netbook. I wanted a device that had the portability and battery life of a netbook, the functionality of a laptop, and the ability to take handwritten notes in classes.
Summary: Purchased this tablet pc and was very excited about the prospect; however it has some limitations. The hard drive is partitioned into 4 partitions that cannot be removed or combined. The drive is too small to be effective as a small partition.
Summary: I purchased this tablet for medical school so I could take notes in OneNote during lecture and studying. The tablet itself is well-designed. It feels sturdy and has a nice simplistic look and feel. I upgraded this unit to 2 GB of RAM and Home Premium Anytime Upgrade.
Summary: I bought this device for two reasons. 1. I needed windows operating system on a touch screen device that could be held and read like a tablet, running Windows. 2. I needed to use a stylus for the precision of a mouse. Newer touch capacitive devices are designed for finger swipes, not a stylus.
Summary: This Computer is perfect! It is small and portable but has all the programs I need. I added the Windows 7 upgrade and Office 2010 and it works great! The touchpad is easy to use and adapts to different hands as needed.
I too received it after the NVIDIA litigation, arrived broken
Kyle Cameron, Amazon
24 June 2011
Summary: I know that products obviously slip by quality control sometimes, but the fact that it was shipped with a bad hard drive and after all the hassle I've been through to get it, just really annoyed me.