Summary: The design of the netbook seem good at first with the extruding battery, but over time, that same design became an inconvenience when having to pack it into a tight space. Eventually the connection broke and i had to tape it to the machine The sound card doesn't work properly.
Summary: I really love this netbook. I had an Asus eeepc for about 2 weeks before I bought this one, and returned it thinking I just wasn't cut out for the netbook experience. I'm glad I tried one more time! One of the most helpful features that sets this netbook apart from others, are the "chicklet" keys.
Summary: This mini is WAY too expensive for what it has inside: Intel N450 Atom Processor and 1GB DDR2??? Are you kidding? First of all N450 is old, is not even dual core, and DDR2 is ridiculous, everything DDR3 now...AVOID
Summary: I got my Sony VAIO W series 6 months ago. I works perfectly great. Good resolution and Graphics. The sounds quality is not that bad. Very comforting to hands. I like the keypads, it easy to slide you finger to every letter. Mouse pad is okay.
Summary: I had read average reviews on this elsewhere. I bought it because it's one of the few 10.1" netbooks with 1366x768 resolution (instead of 1024x600 which is normal for this size). That intrigued me because the more resolution means the more screen you get on a page.
Summary: More flimsy junk from Sony. They used to be a good company but now produce expensive landfill material. Beware: Sony is very very stingy about fixing their flimsy junk under warranty. They do not stand behind their products like better companies.
Summary: This is the newest model (W211AX) of Sony's Netbooks and has a extended battery life. While others may complain of the battery- I like the fact that it elevates the netbook up towards you. Depending on the surfing you do- you may have a bit less battery life than advertised.