Summary: I have purchased two of these laptops for my grandsons who are both in a science & technology middle school. They love the units and have been trouble free. Every day in a backpack to school is a pretty good test of durability
Summary: I really wanted a tablet and I needed a new laptop. I didn't want to buy two different items so I searched for a long time for some sort of two in one. I discovered there are very few good options out there. Most are tablets that can connect to a keyboard, but they are more tablet than laptop.
Summary: I have owned this machine for almost a year. It has operated flawlessly. I've had more trouble with Windows 8 but that's a different issue. My only complaint is that the shift key on the right side is very small and it's easy to miss it and hit the up arrow instead.
Summary: Pros: snappy, snazzy, great screen, love being able to fold the monitor back (use it all the time). Cons: (1) Used to lag in yoga mode (i.e., when the screen is folded back) until I disabled "DPTF"; no idea why this happens or why disabling DPTF fixes it, but I'm not the only one with this problem.
Summary: Several things I like about this. The battery life is descent, awesome display, fast CPU, several modes (laptop, tablet, tent mode), weight is good is still good for the size screen, 1 USB 3.0 & 1 USB 2.0. 2nd SATA port for additional hard drive.
Summary: Outstanding value/performance for the price. Bought for son going to college and as compared to another touchscreen laptop that I bought for myself (an Asus brand) I feel this one is better. More durable and substantial in construction and handling. More responsive and OS operates more efficiently.
Summary: I like the lightness of the pad, and smoothness of mechanical works. I am not very "charmed" with Win8. It takes a good bit of rearranging of all ones ideas about managing Windows. Not all sure this drastic change was truly necessary. MS never heard of "It ain't broke...."