Summary: Down again for the millionth time! Not the site fault but I would have liked to know that Asus tech support was fairly usless for any issues that arise or that they were unfamiliar with the product. Please warn others....
Summary: I bought this device primarily for one reason. Unfortunately that required a device with a dedicated video card. As this was a Windows device, I thought it had one. It had another issue which the seller offers to fix or replace. Refund would be better. If not, can use toward a device that will work.
Summary: I am really happy with my Asus Eee PC T91. The keyboard is perfect for my wrists (I have thin hands and long fingers). I love it so much I have bought a replacement battery and went through the long involved process of installing it (it is not user accessible) with the help of a youtube video.
Summary: Not used to all the Internet scams that PC users seem to have to deal with. After a few visits to the Internet my tablet was so full of useless programs I called Amazon and returned it never looking back. It was just running very slow and sluggish, perhaps because of all the whistles & bells.
Summary: I primarily wanted something small and light, but with a real keyboard, for editing documents when I travel. I wanted a Windows-based system, as I've had less than satisfactory results trying to edit Word docs with other OSs like Chrome.
Summary: Great alternative to an Android tablet, I-pad, or RT/Surface. It runs real XP, hence any Windows application, converts into a tablet, has a touch screen, and USB ports for unlimited flash drive storage. Very handy indeed.
Summary: I spent a lot of time researching netbooks and eventually chose this one. Even after spending a couple of days tuning it, I still can't get consistent performance for things like YouTube videos. The screen is tiny and the touch response is quite poor.