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 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!
Great speed and portability, touch screen works well, unable to handle all the programs I use daily
James Bannister, Amazon
18 December 2012
Summary: This product does what I need it to do. I can get on line and use the web based program I use for work. Light, portable, inobtrusive when I'm working with clients, easy to flip to touch screen so I can work while I'm walking around. I should have checked the hard drive to make sure it could handle all the other programs I use...it can't. But, since it was really intended as a more portable tool to supplement my larger laptop, I'm happy with my purchase.
Summary: So I got this for taking notes in class and such, handwriting recognition was surprisingly good given my poor writing skills. Construction wasn't bad, but the thing is so small that occasionally I'd have trouble with dialog windows that would get cut off so I couldn't hit the ok button. Also, the damned thing was painfully slow for much besides taking notes. When I got out of Gen Ed classes and into programming classes it became clear that I needed to upgrade.
Summary: I first owned an Acer netbook without the touch screen. After 3 years' of good performance, the Acer sometimes just won't start until multiple reboots , so I bought this one in case Acer dies permanently. Compared to Acer, this one has three weakness: it is noticeably slower, its keyboard is less comfortable (for example, I use Shift a lot on the right, but this one's Shift key is especially tiny on the right.); and the screen is not as sharp.
Summary: It seems generally fine, however it crashes occasionally. It is slow which has been reported elsewhere, hence somewhat frustrating. It really struggles with You Tube and Does not work well with Skype as of yet.
OK for the price. Needs minor but important improvements
Asthma C., Amazon
30 March 2010
Summary: Looks pretty.Works as it should. Priced well. Touch function works well. Somewhat slow(I guess OK for the price). Touchgate with the three floating desktop screens is a dumb distraction and does not add any functionality. WORST OF ALL,the pen writing in the tablet mode (which was the main reason I bought this tablet)DOES NOT WORK, as the palm touch input is not blocked.This NEEDS to be fixed, including updated software for those of us who bought it without knowing this...
Summary: This is a nice little machine, but not quite sufficient to use as a note taking device. If you just want a lightweight machine with a touch screen, it works pretty well. I found the machine to be a bit on the slow side, not terrible but enough to be annoying. I also found that the interference from your palm hitting the passive resistance screen when you try to write made the handwriting stop and skip too often to make note taking feasible.
Summary: I Program in Visual Studio 2010. This computer is incapable of using this application, there is a 1-2 second delay from when i hit a key, to when it shows up on the screen, and scrolling in it is even worse. I even put 2GB of RAM in and put a 8GB class 10 SDHC card in on ReadyBoost. I bought this netvertible as an inexpensive travel companion to get work done wherever I was. I actually switched from an HP tx-1370us because that was just too heavy and cheaply made.
Summary: I'm typing this review from my EEE PC 1000HA, which has the greatest keyboard EVER for a netbook! I wish I could say the same for the T91MT which I bought because it was an even more portable device. The placement of the shift key is ridiculous! I have to stop and look for it every time. And I have very small hands so it's not the size that's the problem. It's the placement of the key. There's also much less responsiveness to touch-typing.