Summary: Budget ultra-book for about $300. What could one possibly complain about?? After 18-mos it is still fully functional, still holds a charge for nearly 3-hrs, runs multiple applications w/o any hiccups & stores a fair amount of data. The one negative aspect I can think of is the touchpad.
Summary: Overall, this is a good laptop for doing straightforward stuff - Word, Excel, web browsing, etc. Pros: Price Keyboard's sturdiness Size and weight (although, largely because it doesn't have a CD or DVD drive) Overall appearance Boot time - I haven't been frustrated as one of the other reviewers was...
Summary: It is light weight and screen size is nice, but resolution is not fantastic. I would say the most annoying thing is the poor battery life, as I was hoping technology had improved. Something like the ipad blows it away, except that his runs all my software.
Summary: This purchase was a gift for my 10 year-old daughter. I think it is a great compromise between cost and performance and a decent first laptop for any child or teenager (as long as they don't have hard-core gaming ambitions). The Radeon chip will be just fine for things like Minecraft.
Summary: Probably my mistake, I thought this was basically the same as the S4 so I expected a touch screen but it is not. Starting from this disappointment did lead me not to appreciate the unit as much as I should. We had difficulty using it for Skype with bad image quality and echo with the sound.
Summary: The computer seemed to work ok, it was only $435.00 so the expectations weren't huge. I use it for work, I wanted a lower end unit for basic work, email, spreadsheets, etc. After a flight the screen went crazy, it started rolling in a very tight band in the middle, you could make out what was there...
Summary: Overall, it's okay considering the price but the keypad does not have a good quality in terms of touching/typing, no scrolling function in the touch pad, longer boot time than i expected (of course it's subjective).