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. It is now a lot heavier than it used to be. Probably because everything else has gotten lighter and so now it seems more cumbersome. It does have a problem with the screen.
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. Deleting programs I was not interested in having was taking too much effort and I opted out.
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. I've also found Windows 8 frustrating to use for several reasons. Being somewhat of an old fogey, the last version of Windows I really felt comfortable with was XP, so I prefer using that.
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. I've already scratched it several times with the included stylus. In the end, I gave up and made this into a nice low-power Linux server. It works fine for that and doesn't make as much noise as my other servers!
Summary: I took some time using this before leaving this response. This is a solid piece of technology. Asus did a great job. Highly recommend it's functionality and robust features. Seller was great in answering questions and providing a quick and smooth transaction.
Summary: I use this little computer for writing novels. I hook it up to a keyboard/mouse/monitor while at home and use the stylus to write directly on the screen while in the car. The keyboard is kinda tiny but I can use it for an hour or two in a hotel room or on an airplane. I only write on this computer and it fits that particular need perfectly.