Summary: I gave this thing more credit in the beginning than I should have. I didnt use it much until both of my laptops went into the shop at the same time for work, and I was left with my desktop and this item the ASUS t91mt. I added the 2gb right away. It works well with only one window open, if you have more than one window open this thing is as slow as dial up service. I have had it manually plugged into my internet, through my Verizon modem and through my home wireless.
Summary: **5/16 Update** Well, I finally gave up and returned it. In theory this is a good idea but the execution is just off. I forced myself to accept the screen quality but the performance was the eventual deal breaker. I didn't buy this to be a laptop replacement, but I don't even enjoy using it for the light tasks that I did buy it for. Web browsing is a headache. It is so frustrating to only have about 1/4 of all attempted Flash video run, and run barely passable at that.
Summary: The unit is not very reliable. The tablet portion stopped working the first day into the special project that I purchased it for. By the second day, the entire unit had stopped working and would not even turn on. I was several hundred miles from home and had to use a backup unit that I had bought along with me. It has been returned to ASUS for repair or replacement. Hopefully they will satisfy me with their repair service. Time will tell.
Summary: I am not giving this computer a better review mostly because I am currently sending back the machine for a second time, and this time buying a different one. I like the size of the machine for what I wanted, and for the most part, it has worked as I thought it would, though it is pretty slow (though I expected this as well). The machine in general seems fairly well made, the touch screen works fine and I really had no problem with it.
Summary: I read about this net book long before it was released and really looked forward to it. Having bought it im a little disappointed. First off its just too slow for the touch interface to function properly. The shift and enter keys are very poorly placed. The touch pad doesn't work very well, it occasionally thinks you are trying to do something else than move the cursor. If you use the touch pad to write there is no "interpolations" i.e.
Summary: I ordered the T91 the day it came available, and got it the next day ( 07/16/09 )via Amazon. I went in understanding that this was a tiny machine, even by netbook standards, but the biggest problem for me is the OS. Now that I have used it for a day I wish I had waited for the Windows 7 version, or even Win XP tablet edition.
Mäßiges Gerät - als Mini-Notebook gut - kein Smartphone / Tablett
22 February 2012
Summary: Das Gerät ist ein gutes Mini-Notebook. Die Prozessorleistung ist leider für diesen Anwendungszweck fast zu gering. Touch-screen und Tablett-Funktionalität fallen weit hinter den heutigen Geräten zuirück. Dabei darf man aber nicht vergessen, dass vor 2-3 Jahren dieses Gerät als Vorreiter den Touchscreen integriert hatte. Im Tageslicht ist der Screen zudem kaum brauchbar. Damit enfallen viele Nutzungsmöglichkeiten.
La pantalla táctil no merece la pena y equipo en general regular
26 November 2010
Summary: Tengo un ASUS T91 desde Enero del 2010 y al principio funcionaba muy bien, pero a los 4 meses funcionaba bastante lento a pesar del uso que le daba: era diario pero solo para consulta web, películas, etc. La tarjeta gráfica es muuuuy limitada. Por suerte tiene un software al que le aplicas el modo de trabajo: muy alto, alto, normal, económico...
Pros: Bonito, ligero, bien acabado, buena conectividad, batería y pequeño .
Cons: Malas aplicaciones táctiles, poco potente multitarea .