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: 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 purchased this item having used several of these before. The product worked as adverstised; shipping was fast and reasonable. I am very pleased with this purchase and I'm even strongly considering purchasing another one.
Summary: I've owned this netbook for almost a year now and absolutely love it. I purchased it so I wouldn't have to lug around my full sized laptop to and from classes in addition to everything else. I used the netbook with MS OneNote to record and takes notes in my lectures, work on papers, browse the internet, read and take notes in my textbooks (I purchased digital versions), and read on the bus using the Kindle for PC app - all of which it worked brilliantly for.
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24 March 2011
Summary: I am not a PC user, but was researching possible touch screen PCs for assistive technologies for Autism. This little unit has quickly become a favorite of my son's (he has Autism) and has helped to organize him in all areas of life. The downside is that the touch screen is not multitouch. If you can get past that though, the monitor is bright, the unit is not heavy at all and the solid slate drive is helpful for drops and possible misuse.
Summary: The T91MT works great, with a wonderful battery life and easy-to-use touch screen. I've had to reinstall windows a couple of times due to my own personal mistakes, which was difficult to do due to the lack of a DVD drive, but nonetheless, the product itself is great, although I seem to have lost the ability to utilize the "boot booster" function in the BIOS. The only qualm I have is that the speed is rather agonizing..
Summary: Bought it with deeper discount, so cost/benefit is not an issue. This notebook needs Windows 7! If you do handwriting in languages other than English, you should get Windows 7 Ultimate instead of professional. It runs much better in Windows 7 just for the fact that Windows 7 supports Tablets right out of the box. Hard drive is a bit too small - 16GB is never enough, and I have to uninstall programs before I can even get a clean Windows 7 installed into it.
Summary: This netbook is great for a cheap small, very portable, tablet. Of course it's a netbook so expecting great performance, even out of the box, is just setting yourself up to be disappointed. I bought this netbook just over a month ago. I use it for school and simple things at home. It's good for research and note taking (I got MS office and I use OneNote on it). I use google chrome on it and it's pretty fast with this browser.