Summary: (Note - The T91MT is released in Black and White versions, I have the White Version.) Since I've started using Ipod Touch generation 1 a couple of years back, I decided the future is all about touch screen and I told myself I would only buy mobile devices that would have access to touch screen.
Summary: While a very cool concept, this product is fraught with little bugs and glitches that mar the overall experience. The main issue seems to be almost entirely due to the slow processor speed and cobbled together software package.
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.
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.
OK for the price. Needs minor but important improvements
Asthma C., Amazon
9 October 2009
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.
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.
Great speed and portability, touch screen works well, unable to handle all the programs I use daily
James Bannister, Amazon
9 October 2009
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.
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.
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.
Summary: I got this laptop for Christmas this year and the first impression I got from it was that it was fun and speedy. My mom got me the extra 2G. I downloaded itunes and microsoft word. My laptop had no more memory left. So then I just thought okay I will delete itunes because I don't need that to much.