Summary: Pros: -cheap for a laptop of this size and power -great for everyday browsing -bought this for the portability, very light at just over 3 pounds -metal lid -very responsive keyboard -fast shipping via ONTRAC -havent had the time to check actual battery life but i estimate its about 4 hours surfing the we etc -ok speakers didnt expect too much from them -this is just a side computer as i have a main laptop for gaming etc Cons: -only 2gb ram -not the best screen, blacks...
Summary: I wanted something a bit bigger than my old Asus netbook, and also something that didn't run the truncated Windows 7. I was very close to getting a Macbook Air, but saw this on sale. At half the price of an Air, it clinched the deal (and I wasn't quite ready to port all my apps to Mac OS). Not much heavier than the Asus Eee, and still a 4 hour battery. Pleased so far.
Summary: The 2GB-Ram UL20FT XA1 does need upgrade in memory, and this can be done easily for another $50+ since the 2G standard is not suitable to run today's Win 7. The upgraded Ram will help boot-up & your everyday browsing. The LCD is good but not comparable to that of them Sony Z, VPC or TZ series that come with a vivid screen quality stellar on today market. the Asus is remarkably a good build w/ a so-so touch pad (i.e.
Summary: I just recently bought the ul20ft and it's great. REally light and packs a decent punch to do all your basic computer needs like word, excel. Can play HD videos without a hiccup. Battery life isn't ideal, but on Power Saver with WLAN off, it says 6.5 hours. The only thing that sucks is the stupid touchpad buttons. VERY RIGID. Almost hurts your finger to press it. Another problem I have is that my E key on my keyboard is unhinged.