Summary: I bought this for myself as a high school graduation/college entrance gift last year. I already had a laptop, but it was too large and heavy to store in my backpack and lug it around my huge college campus.
Summary: I've been pleasantly surprised with this tablet. I will start this off by saying that I recently upgraded from Windows 8 to 8.1 and it has significantly improved the quality of this device. I have an iPad for work, so I'm able to compare the two types - both have their ups and downs.
Summary: My friend gave me this tablet as a gift. It's fairly quick and the battery lasts a very long time. It is longer and narrower than my iPad, which I like. It's slightly heavier than I expected, but I like it, it feels sturdier.
Summary: I don't have to write a repeat of what other said here. Things I like: Keyboard is snappy. Plus you get the extra juice. But sometimes your stroke wont register if its fast or not pressed enough. The mouse pad is OK, I wish the right/left click button is wider. The computer freezes a lot.
Summary: I have owned this Tablet for a year now.It works well for what it's for.It's simply a touchscreen netbook,which in my opinion, is much more more practical then a regular netbook or a chrome book.I wouldn't recommend this to students because its it doesn't come with office like the Surface.
Summary: Ok, I purchased this table/laptop hybrid because I needed an OS that would operate a problem that Android wouldn't but also was portable, which is why I opted for the 10" screen. Well, this little buddy does the job and has a very long battery life, with the keyboard attachment.