Summary: This is the first laptop that I have owned, I bought it in 2011 and am still using it today. I would highly recommend it. Even though it is three or so years old it still beats a lot of modern competition, and for 300$ WOW, I bought it for about 700$ back in 2011.
Summary: I needed an additional laptop for my wife. Basic usage - internet Office and some videos. The laptop looks and feels great, the spacing between keys is optimal. I like the display, although it is a bit too big (should have taken a 13').
Summary: I purchased refurbished and could'nt be more happy, delivery the next day included. This will last me for the next 5 years; i5 and the works. There is no manual included, but once up, you can download it online. Great price and great product.
Summary: In order to provide an extensive review, I would have to wait some more time for such a review. However, my first impressions can (hopefully) suffice for now. I purchased this laptop from Woot! back on May 21st and eagerly awaited its arrival, which occurred on June 1st.
Summary: This unit is near perfection! I love the design... compact, solid build, nice keyboard and screen, great hardware for the $. Every day that I use it I love it more and more!! Others have commented on the touchy mouse pad, but all of this can be adjusted through the control panel, mouse properties,...
Summary: Let me start by saying there are some drawbacks to this computer: No bluetooth, no blueray, i5 and not i7, and I don't love the touchpad, but... There are some great features that I love on this laptop. The multimedia functionality is quite good.
Summary: I won't lie - what first drew me to this laptop was its look. It is the essence of cool - borrowing all the best parts from a host of other laptops and putting them together into the ultimate package. Ultra thin, light, and edge-to-edge glass = drool. But looks fade, right?