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Pros: This machine has great specs, looks good, bluetooth out of the box especially for the price paid ($400).
Cons: Out of the box slow as hell. Took out bunch of stuff in Windows 8 to make it move a little better. Since I wanted this as budget machine didn't want to spend more to downgrade to Win7 as I am sure it would've become a great system. Just before the warranty expired (on the 11th month) the HD took a dive. Spent 2hrs with tech support to warrant a new hard drive. Sent in for repair, received back again with HD problem, running slow. The currently recovered HD failed at system restore, which was attempted since it wasn't taking any Windows updates.
There are no options to create recovery discs for this (HP has its software to do that) and its factory installed recovery failed on a just returned from service machine. I am done with this brand.
Pros: Included battery is a plus, low price, small size
Cons: really bad tracking on the keyboard, range is pretty short field of view
Other Thoughts: Should've saved up for one of the more expensive productsREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: Small footprint, built in battery, cool looking design, some shortcuts
Cons: Mouse tracking a bit off, keyboard is a mess to work with, quite a few mistypes or letters don't register, really hard to work with.
Other Thoughts: I have a normal size Kensington keyboard that I bought for $10 more. It tracks much better, has longer range and is overall a joy to work with. This is a cool concept and work as a mouse, shortcut buttons and as a keyboard of last resort. Cool thing is the small footprint but that is about it.READ FULL REVIEW