Pros: Cute little thing! Light, small, and the feet on the bottom are positioned in such a way that it has good ventilation. Good for traveling, I'd imagine. Even though it's refurbed, it's in pretty dang good condition. Only a few scratches on the outside, and they're barely noticeable.
Cons: Got this refurbed, the price was right- the charging cord they sent was not. Too big for it. I'm moving at the end of the month, I don't have time for a lengthy RMA process so I just ordered what I hope is the correct cord on A Certain Other Online Retailer for $20.
Summary: Had this about half a year. Cracking machine. Boots up in less than a minute, strong enough to process everything you'd want day to day (nothing has phased it yet) and lasts for about 5 hours. I take it everywhere (it's constantly in my bike bag) - it's had tonnes of physical abuse and it's still absolutely fine. It's robust and very competent. Not sure why I insisted on having 17inch screens all these years, the 10inch screen is perfect.
Summary: I bought this to install Linux on and I've had no issues doing so. I'm using Arch Linux and installation was simple. Just put the USB stick in and installed, no issues with UEFI as some people seem to have mentioned. It's much faster than the Atom netbooks I've used (especially in the graphics department) and will happily last most of the day with light use (I've had it on for my entire 8 hour work day without running out when only using it occasionally).