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: Pros: - it does the job, works quite well, with no internet drop; - it's fast (at least 2 months after purchase); boot time is real quick; - it's quite light - even though you'll need to bring the charger with you at any time. And it's rather elegant. - quite a lot of space.
Summary: The laptop arrived on time but included limited printed material on its use. Its lightweight and looks sturdy. It has a fantastic modem that picks up the faintest Wi-Fi signal and good basic software.
Summary: This is a good little computer. It's very slim and light. However, the graphics aren't great: everything has a bluish tint. Also, the mouse pad is just ridiculous. Most anywhere you click it, a menu pops up.
Summary: This is by no means a fancy Apple product or similar. It's a very basic (for 2013) laptop that will serve the average laptop user's needs perfectly. It's lightweight, the sound system is excellent (note there appear to be speakers underneath laptop.