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.
Summary: I bought this in January 2011, so I've owned it for about a year. I don't use it heavily; I tend to use it like four times a month for like 2 hours at a time. It works well for what I use it for: browsing the web, writing short documents, streaming from Netflix, etc.
Summary: I bought this netbook for one reason only: so I could easily carry it around when writing my novel. I chose this model because other customer reviews raved about the keyboard, and they were right: it is wonderful and the best feature of this netbook.
Summary: I purchased this tablet/ netbook for my wife more than year back and till date no issues. This guy has been switched on for more than 18hrs per day till date. The only complaint from my wife is that speakers are too tiny to hear anything when you are in little noisy surroundings.
Summary: I currently own a Lenovo s12, (for backup; my trusty ole Dell 1405 laptop). When the S12 began to show signs of wear (I constantly use it, so that is normal) I began on my replacement journey.
Summary: For those who are asking if we can take notes on this tablet. The answer is Yes. If you have Microsoft Office One Note, you can handwrite on this. At this time, I'm using my finger to write this comment. Later, when I have time I'll try to post a video for demonstration.
Summary: This is the same notebook as the Lenovo S10-3t. I'm only putting that in the review so that people will know--when I was buying it it was totally unclear that the 06517HU and the S10-3t were one and the same. This netbook/tablet is fun, speedy, and has as much as I need (and more).