Summary: I bought this to take notes in class, but it is flimsy, difficult to use and does not mesh well with flash drives. On the other hand it is light and would be very easy to transport if I actually liked it.
It's either not good or the internet connection is bad.
ALAN FLEET, Amazon
8 January 2014
Summary: It's like watching a kettle boiling. The tune it plays if you don't use it after 5 mins drives you mad and it's not obvious how to turn the tune off. It may be purely down to my internet connection but my ACER computer at £325 is responsive.
Summary: I need fester then this... I put ssd to make it faster and but then I had to buy and install new windows... And ssd made it so fast that it started overheating(remember, there is fan-less notebook).... If was going off... Then I had to buy a cooler pad for the laptop and just now it is ok...
Summary: I particularly ordered what was shown on this suppliers picture because it had WHITE keys. When it arrived the keys inside were black which I did NOT want. I called them within half an hour of receiving this and they to begin with said could not return it because I had opened it...
Summary: I bought this netbook as a convenient way to access the web whilst on the move. I wish I hadn't bothered. It takes almost five minutes to open up my inbox and accessing any webpage gives me time to make a coffee and drink it. Dreadfully slow.
Pros: Small, light and very portable. Pleasing design. Good battery life.
Summary: I bought this after my old ACER Aspire One bit the dust after four years of good service. The poor reviews of the new Aspire One swayed me to look elsewhere and to eventually land on the ASUS Eee PC, which had some pretty positive ratings.