Summary: I bought this computer/ tablet because it seems a good idea. It was more expensive and heavier than a regular laptop. The computer arrived and works fine. However,when I detach the tablet from the base it does not work, I could not turn it on. To find the customer tech service on the web was not easy too. They want to sell a service contract and this is not the point. At least the tech service that I final reach was a very nice person that took care of my problem.
Summary: Have used this for almost a month. A 13.3'' pad plus a laptop style keyboard. Nothing is more perfect than this design. The screen is larger than most PAD such as Surface Pro in the world. The 4th generation i3 CPU with 4GB memory is a good balance between performance and low power consumption and the CPU is much faster than the Intel Atom ones and more efficient than the AMD ones. The 128GB SSD is fast and take only 4 seconds to display the windows 8.1 log in screen.
Summary: Purchasing this computer was the worst decision I've ever made. I was excited about purchasing because I liked the idea of being able to separate the screen from the keyboard and having a large tablet to work with. It would be helpful, however, if the tablet functionality worked! Sometimes I am able to swipe/tap the screen and get it to work, and other times it just decides it doesn't want to cooperate. Some other things that continue to happen.
Summary: I bought my for $450 at Best Buy "Deal of the Day". Works great. Good battery life. Runs full Windows 8.1. I was able to run all my software and install additional software I had (MS Office, Adobe Acrobat Pro, etc.) by connecting an external CD-ROm drive to the USB drive in keyboard dock. Boots up fast because it has a solid state drive, versus conventional spinning hard drive (that uses more power).
Screen unresponsive after a few hours of use. Returned it after 2 days.
USA mom, Amazon
15 July 2014
Summary: I purchased this computer for my daughter brand new from Best Buy. We loved it! It felt lighter weight than I thought the 5 lbs. would feel. We bought it for school and so we tried it out for a couple of days before we needed to go to her school to have it connected to the server. After 1 day of use (doing updates and getting everything arranged the way she wanted it), my daughter was trying out the tablet portion by reading on the the Kindle app.
Summary: For the price of a 128 Gig Surface Pro, it has the brain of a Surface Pro 2, a well made keyboard, and a touch screen two. The look and feel of the whole unit are of precision high quality manufacture and it came in at $595 with no shipping, it was a super deal! My hands are not huge, but my fingers always miss keys on the smaller keyboards, that issue is resolved with this tiny bit bigger unit.
Summary: Bought it brand new, returned it to store two hours later. Laptop couldn't even power on. A pretty huge red flag. I was finally able to power it up in tablet mode and figured out that it was not communicating with the keyboard dock. Didn't read it/recognize it at all. The hinge/connecting system is very flimsy. If it doesn't work brand new, how do you think it will work two years down the line after repeated use/wear?