Summary: This replaces my beloved Dell D410, which survived many drops and crashes over 8 years, but whose screen was recently cracked by an airport baggage handler. The Asus is cheaper, faster, lighter, longer battery life.
Summary: Purchased in late June, this computer is working out great, now that I've figured out the at-first cataclysmic 'd-mn thing not starting up' phenomenon. BIG START UP PROBLEM: In brief, a couple months ago I 'left the computer on', as ASUS encourages you to do, just shutting the cover and putting it...
Summary: I've had the ASUS 11.6 " for about a month now and everything is working well. I bought this primarily for the size/weight and was interested in a lower price computer with enough hard drive size and speed.
Summary: Es una máquina muy versatil, ideal para cosas básicas de la casa y el trabajo. Además de ser delgada tiene un diseño moderno. No da problemas al arranque. Según los entendidos, la marca ASUS está considerada como una de las mejores marcas del mercado (PC MAgazine) por encima de las marcas...
Summary: Very happy with this product, for the money is the best you can buy. Ubuntu is very user friendly. Some things you may have to research a little bit, but that's fine is part of the fun about Ubuntu. It runs videos well, may be a little slow at times but that's just fine.
Summary: The build and construction of the laptop is great. It feels solid, looks great, and it's super small and light. The keyboard and screen are very nice, though I do wish there was an option to get a non-glare type screen.
Move Over Chromebook - The Real Windows Alternative
Philip R. Heath, Amazon
2 June 2013
Summary: The Good: + Low Cost + Easy Setup + Fast Boot + Lightweight + Ample Hard Drive + Decent Keyboard The Bad: - Wonky Trackpad - Popular Streaming Services Require Workarounds - Spotty Printer Support - No Exchange Sync (At Least For My Company) - Erratic Bluetooth Performance - Poor Android 4.1 Support...