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Summary: Really nice laptop. Compact, touch screen is nice, and the sound is great. The only complaint has to do with windows 8 - the format is cool, but clunky and the apps aren't worth their handiness. Have had several issues getting used to the system.
Summary: So far I am really enjoying my ASUS. The touchscreen in great, price is totally reasonable and it is lightweight. The speakers are loud enough and the screen is nice and clear. The only downside is that the touchscreen can be kind of wonky and when I am moving the mouse it thinks I am touching the screen sometimes and will switch screens while I am trying to do something.
Summary: Pros: * Clear, bright screen * Very cheap * Thin and reasonably light Cons: * Trackpad is annoying * Cheap, clacky keyboard * Short battery life This is quite a nice machine for the price. However, the gesture-based trackpad is a nuisance. It's too big, and one is constantly swiping it with the palm at the base of the thumbs, moving the pointer suddenly, often in mid typing, and often picking up gestures too, so when working on one part of your document, you can suddenly...
Very nice portable system, with touchscreen, that performs well enough
11 March 2013
Summary: I knew going into the purchase of this system, which I must admit I didn't make with Amazon (unfortunately, the rewards that my credit card company offered were from another retailer, and were enough to help me choose where I would make the purchase of this device at), that I wasn't going to be getting the fastest or absolute best ultrabook system. At the same time, I also knew I wasn't going to be spending the kind of money that I'd have to spend for such a system.