Summary: Bought this netbook 2 years ago mainly for the screen. It is one of the few netbooks with a glare less - non glossy screen. Therefore you easily see it in the sun or in brite room light or glare. It has worked flawlessly on many trips in the plane and on the road.
Summary: I did alot of research before choosing this netbook for my wife's birthday present. I heeded the suggestions to put a 2GB DIMM in before giving it to her. She uses it constantly with no complaints. It is a huge step up from the Samsung Q1 she won from a contest.
Summary: I have had this Samsung netbook for about two weeks now, and have not had any issues or disappointments. I did order an extra 1 gig of RAM with the computer and popped it in as soon as it arrived, so the speed is perfect for me.
Summary: I just got it & tried it out today! Wasn't sure what I was going to think. I had my doubts wondering if I should of went with a notebook but after using it I love it! It's not bad! I will say that I plan on upgrading the windows version.
Summary: This is a GREAT little computer. The LED screen is bright and clear. There is a unique feature on the mouse in that it works just like an iphone, two fingers sliding down will scroll, three to the left or right will go back or forward on your browser and spreading two fingers apart or together will...
Summary: This is a great net-book for all your needs. Upgrade the RAM to 2GB, remove all the bloatware and Vola! You have a great machine on the go. I installed Microsoft essentials for security. Battery is pretty good (~4-5 hours). I got it for about $279, which is a great price for this netbook.
Summary: Build: The matte finish is great and lends a sleek, businesslike look to the netbook. This sets it apart from its cheap-and-shiny peers and makes it look more expensive than it is. The plastic quality is great and there is no flex in the case. Adjusting to the smaller keyboard isn't a big problem.