Summary: I researched Netbooks to death. I started out with reading Reviews, then my friend brought the Toshiba NB205, which is awesome! I went back and forth from so many models to be honest with you I thought I was going crazy.
Summary: This was a relatively sound choice for a netbook when it was first released. The 12" form factor means that typing and touchpad are comfortable (i.e., the keyboard and touchpad are normal sizes for laptops). The computer is light and fairly sturdy.
Summary: Had this laptop for 6 months and it is excellent. I use it on trips. The HDMI out is great for watching shows on hotel room TVs. The laptop is very response. I particularly like the "QuickStart" feature that boots to a separate Linux installation in 10 seconds. From there you can skype, surf...
Summary: The all-great nVidia ION graphics card is full HD compatible and is supposed to take over the image processing since the CPU is not that powerful. However, Netflix uses Microsoft Silverlight to provide HD streaming and it does not work with the Atom-Ion combination.
Summary: The display of the S12 is marvelous, so crispy! I use it to browse internet, word processing and watch online stream movies. Never experience difficulties, it fits my requirement. so no complains.
Summary: I was reading a lot before deciding on getting this computer. It had favorable reviews overall, and I was excited about the prospect of a netbook with a good full-size keyboard and a decent graphics processor plus the HDMI out.
Summary: A little slow when you're running too much at once, but I love this notebook. Just small enough yet a good size screen, lightweight. I never think twice about tossing it into my bag because it might add too much weight. The battery life is a solid four hours two months into consistent, daily use.