Summary: + Fairly light/portable for a 'Windows' machine + Good lookin' screen/display - Battery life not that great (even with a Dell-replaced 'extended' battery) - Track pad performance unreliable at times (Dell and some other manufacturers notorious for poor track pads in certain models)
Summary: I did not actually buy this computer, my school gives these out for work. I'm actually writing this review on it. For a school computer, it is amazing. Its really thin and extremely light, perfect to slip into a backpack. One thing I don't like is the absence of a disk drive, though they are not important on a computer like this. If all your doing is work/school work and internet surfing, this is a great laptop.
Summary: very nice laptop computer. very quiet and light weight. the battery lasts at least three hours of heavy use. THe only drawback is the screen resolution; it's 720p only. I would love to have a 1080p display.
Summary: I used to have a $300 Acer Aspire One with a Celeron 877, and this Dell reminds me much of that Acer. The thing is, however, that the Acer is a netbook and this is an ultrabook. Intel should have excluded LED backlighting from the Ultrabook requirements.Such a powerfull ans seemingly good laptop ruined by this grainy, backlit, barely HD display. Oh well, at least it moves at the blink of an eye. Oh, and I have the 128GB SSD version.