Summary: So I love how this laptop comes as both a computer and tablet in one. As a college student I was able to do work and also lounge by reading a book or playing some very addicting app games. The app games were also a good connector for the kids at camp that I worked at. I had some for the little kids, and some for the older kids, and group games where everyone could join in.
Summary: Don't call their tech support which is out of country I think it's Philippine with bunch of don't know nothing people that you can't understand the words coming out of their mouth to your ears over the phone. These people had me to reformat my machine 4 times and got it so screwed up that I get real angry using it. I paid all that money to thing to sit there and collect dust.
Summary: The screen is jumpy it flits around from here to there. The apps on the start-up screen go to places that are unfamiliar, ie google. There is a ridge where the top meets the bottom and when it is in one's lap for any amount of time, it begins to hurt.
Summary: The laptop looks and feels nice - yet it lacks performance and stability. The hardware + the Windows 8 OS combination is not great. The screen is not always responsive to touch, the system crashes every 15-20min, while the mouse pad is very bad. If the system goes idle - forget about recovering your work - the only way it starts is through a forced shut down (quite annoying behavior). The laptop/tablet is good for travel as it is light and thin and fits in any bag ...
Summary: I have a normal company-supplied laptop with windows 7 that I use for Work-related stuff. My wife has her own laptop and an Ipad, which I use occasionally for pretty light duty stuff (general web-browsing and reading). She got a job that requires she travel most of the time, and she takes her laptop and ipad with her. I miss having those two devices around so I can my have work computer logged onto the VPN while I do all my personal stuff on separate devices.