Summary: I got one of these from CTL for my (then) four-year old daughter. She loved it, and had no trouble working with it. The touch screen was a key component for her, and she was able to flip it around to use it as a tablet with no problem. Unfortunately, after six months or so, the wireless would cut out after ten minutes or so of use. Customer service was not especially helpful, but finally agreed that I needed to send the machine back.
Summary: When they dug Leonardo DiCaprio's body out of the icy depths of the ocean after Kate Winslett shoved him off that floating, overpriced door, this machine was clutched in his dead, frozen grasp. The same thing happened to my uncle two weeks after he bought one. I'm just saying. PS - My uncle did mention there was pretty good connectivity down there at the bottom of the ocean.
Summary: I purchased this product for my son for Christmas last year, and within 10 months, the screen inexplicably went dead. When I contacted CTL's customer service department, I got two weeks worth of runaround as they refused various forms of proof-of-purchase, until I finally had to print and fax a copy of the Amazon.com shipping order off of the Amazon site.
Summary: The laptop feels like a childs laptop from the toy store and doesen't perform much better. Very cheep looking, klunky compared so other models at similar price with faster specs. Get an Eee PC 1000, Acer Aspire One, Msi windbook, Dell Inspirion mini or HP netbook rather then this garbage. All others listed have faster spec, more ram, bigger hard drive, better display, better keyboards, better wireless, more slots better trackpads.
Summary: I bought the 2goPC that runs XP. It actually has a larger hard drive than I expected, a small bonus. Now on to my complaints. It is a little heavier than I would expect (no real biggie). I adjusted the screen resolution up to 1024 x 768 (and it is compacted so you see the whole screen in the 10.5 screen) and now I have to wear my reading glasses to read the screen (normally I don't need reading glasses except for really small print in low light).
Summary: Great bargain, esp. now that the unit is out of production and they can be had for under $250. My only gripe given the price is the lack of video output on the unit. You have that small screen and that's that-- can't hook it up to a larger monitor. Other than that, not much else to complain about.
Summary: The price for this product could not be beat. I bought this computer for my four year old twins so I could reclaim my own laptop for actual work. It is durable, fast, and easy to use. It connected effortlessly to the wireless in my house, and was up and running in minutes. The keyboard is small - but perfect for little fingers. The screen is small and sometimes cuts off important parts of the image, but for the most part that has not been too much of a problem.
Summary: I bought this for my 8YO son so that he could type his own homework papers and do his own internet research. This netbook is very sturdy and fits nicely on his desk. The small keyboard is fine for a child. My big fingers have problems typing on it. It works well with our scanner/printer. My son can scan his drawings in and add them to his papers or presentations. It is a good homework computer. I like the small size and we plan to take it with us when we travel.
Summary: I purchased this mini laptop for my wife and she loves it. You can use the internet wirelessly if you have a wireless system. She takes it everywhere she goes and she can perform all the tasks she needs to do just like she could on our regular laptop. I would recommend anyone who is thinking about a mini laptop to give this item a try and you will not be sorry.