Summary: Screen is amazing quality with the LED, has all the basic features like SD card slot, lots of ports, Movies are awesome and the sound is good too. Speed is good, not the fastest, but this isnt a $1000 laptop. For the price its a great deal! Ive had it for 2 years now and never had a problem with it and i use it almost everday for music, videos, basic internet stuff.
Pros: LED screen is amazing, good speeds, starts up really quick (dont have to wait forever!).
Cons: No HDMI but i can live without it. Dont really need hdmi on my laptop but would be cool to have.
Summary: This would be a superb top rate netbook bar for that blasted page down button which is so small that often when you want to simply scroll down one line you hit the page down button (or vice versa). The mouse pad scroll function is not that sensitive whereas the enlarge/reduce screen size (zoom) functionality is hyper sensitive. Battery life is superb and even if the size is only netbook, it is more than useable on a daily basis.
Summary: This notebook is very stylish (for me) and does everything you would buy a notebook for. I bought a wireless printer to go with it and the set-up for the notebook and adding things to it was quite simple. I would recommend this to anyone who wants no fuss and straight to the point.
Summary: I dont really know a lot about computers except to create word documents and check emails so cant really give an honest review based on my knowledge on the performance...but people who do know about computers have said its a cracking buy. I like the screen and the full size keyboard.
Summary: I bought this laptop to replace a previously fully functioning four year old Toshiba Satellite which had died as a result of a BIOS update from Toshiba which had gone wrong (not an uncommon problem I later found out - thanks Toshiba). I decided I wanted a general purpose laptop in the range £300-£350, expecting to find that time had reduced what you had to pay for a comparable laptop.