Summary: Decent look and feel, I bought this one for the convenience of carrying and to use with big screen while at home - but it was too slow, I returned it at the end and bought a 15" Lenovo with i3 processor
Summary: I purchased the Lenovo as a gift for my sister. She is utterly delighted with it. I bought myself one for Christmas and as I go away a lot I am able to Skype her and keep up with the news. You can get anything you want on it that you can get on a large computer. The only thing I havent mastered yet is the printing my sister has she said it was easy.
Summary: Bought this one to have a 24h always-on low power PC. The good: 1) It is a low power PC (power supply output is max 40w) 2) Drives a 24' monitor 1920x1200 and plays resized video without problems 3) Runs all the desktop applications I need for home usage wihout problems (with some help - see "the bad") 4) has a decent webcam, I use an external HD logitech but the one that comes with the laptop is useful when travelling 5) same as above for the mic, it's ok - don't expect...
Summary: buy an HDMI lead and enjoy your pics and videos on your LED or plasma tv, worth it for that alone! too many notebooks have 1GB memory, windows 7 starter and little else to recommend them, this has 4GB and windows 7 home premium. screen is great, not too small, very clear, keyboard is much better than any other laptop i have had, and i've used about 7 or 8 up to now the battery lasts well, and unlike my other laptops which make you hot, thus needing a laptop tray, this...
Summary: I have never truly been a big fan of netbooks but when the new AMD E350 chips were release I knew this machine will do more than just promise. First things first! If you want optimal performance and want to get the best out of this machine, I suggest buying memory (bought my Kingston 4GB DDR3 off ebay for £15).
Summary: One line summary: If you want to use wireless internet and expect decent battery life I would NOT recommend this model. Like most people I read the majority of the 'good' reviews and dismissed the couple of poor ones on the assumption that they'd received faulty models or just were extremely fussy. Until I ordered and received this myself. You can glean all the 'pros' from other reviews. Yes its small, yes its light..
Summary: My four year old Toshiba laptop finally 'died' leaving me to ponder do i buy a Tablet OR Laptop. This made me think what did i really want a computer to do. Tablets are fun but not as useful as a laptop. Battery life is good for a netbook and the keyboard is lovely to type on (Touch typist i am not). This machine is fast enough for most users and very good build quality.
Summary: Still in my early days of exploring with this netbook but it's pretty quick and easy to use! I am so insecure with technical equipment but I think the ease of this machine takes the fear out of computers. A good price and a great screen and easy all round.
Summary: A nice looking, light machine that I was looking forward to using. The keyboard was a favourite, and the startup time was fab. But as the manufacturer says, it's "only as good as its battery life" - and if that's the case, it's no good. The whole point of a netbook is that it runs without a cable, and after reading the spec I was expecting at least 6 hours on one charge - NOT the 3 and a half that this provides.