Summary: Very pleased with this purchase thus far. Have been using for 3 days and no problems. Easy to setup and configure. Win 8.1 takes a little effort to get used to but I like it already. It is now hard to go back to a non-touchscreen device and use a mouse. Performance is adequate and most programs have installed/functioned without issue. A few old Win XP programs do not work in 8.1 but I expected this. Overall value is great.
Summary: Many professional reviews on line. This tablet is touted as having great value and features. One of lowest costs, true windows 8.1 tablet with office installed. Software issue was getting used to Windows 8.1. Only hardware issue seen is getting compatible 64gb microsd chip. Couldn't use Sandisk UH-1 compatible. Using Lexar class 10 disk.
Summary: I waited quite a while for this to be in stock but it is worth the wait. To have to flexibility of a tablet and a full fledged computer with a keyboard which is quite easy to get used to given its small size. Office included at no extra cost (not a trail version) sweetens the deal. The new BayTrail Atom processor performs quite robustly as it seldom lags. Multitasking is a snap. Netflix the app version runs great and even powers by 42" flat screen.
Summary: The computer is fantastic but it is important to note the version of Microsoft Office it comes with is only a trial version. There are other versions of this same computer at about the same price that have a permanent version of Office. I use Star Office so it didn't really matter for me.
Summary: What a great tablet/laptop combination. It comes with the full version of Microsoft Office Home and Student 2013 preinstalled. The Intel quad core processor up to 1.8GHz is lightening fast. I paid $379 and with Office preinstalled a $139 value that brings the price down to $240. This by far the best value for a tablet/laptop. It comes with 64GB of memory and I added a micro flash drive with 64Gb memory and doubled the memory to 128GB for only $40 from Amazon.