Summary: I wanted to love this thing. It was my first netbook. It was my first little touchscreen tablet. It just had so many issues! The touchpad was awful so you could barely mouse around the touchscreen wasn't responsive at all. It came with Windows 7 home edition so multitouch was disabled on it. Sure, it had multitouch support, but it didn't even come what you need to get multitouch from it. The computer became obsolete the moment it arrived at my door.
Solid Workhorse. Well Built. Nice Usability features.
19 June 2013
Summary: FIVE Stars... not because it is the fastest, lightest, sexiest netbook.... It Is NOT... It IS a solid, very small, well built work-horse... Is my 3rd "net-book"... a class of low powered, inexpensive, small form factor laptops that are unique. Overall this one is built better and has more options than the others I've used. Lenova has done a great job creating an excellent value device. The screen is a "B"... CPU is a little faster than the others I've used.
What you want from a tablet, what you need from a laptop. All in one.
11 June 2013
Summary: When my old lenovo thinkpad crashed for the last time, I really wanted another lenovo but I also wanted a touchscreen with writing capability. Initially, I was looking at this model but was disappointed that it didn't seem to come with writing capabilities. So I moved on to newer and more expensive models.Fortunately, I found the S10-3t for insanely cheap on ebay and couldn't pass it up.
Not quite as long lasting as we had hoped it would be.
4 April 2013
Summary: This is our second one. The first one wore out its charging socket after many years of use. The letters wore off the keyboard, etc. So it had lots of use over three or four years. Only complaint - big one - inadequate display to run almost all of windows8 screens. Stop at 7. You simply cannot achieve the required display setting to run 8.