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Pros: Perfect fit for both my Asus eee and Acer Aspire One systems. Accessory pouch on the front is just the right size.
Cons: None that I can see.
Other Thoughts: AWESOME bang for your buck on this one. I'll be buying more when they come back in stock.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Expandable RAM, good HDD space. easily accessible ports.
Cons: Keyboard is VERY noisy, even for a netbook. System is loaded with bloatware (as expected). The 250GB hard drive came partitioned in 4 chunks, with the bulk of the drive reserved for a spare "D" drive - who does that anymore!?! Prepare to spend a few hours with this thing fixing it's quirks if you decide to buy one.
Other Thoughts: Don't purchase if you need in a classroom or other quiet environment as you'll distract everyone around you. I bought 3 of them, so I know the keyboard noise isn't a fluke. Asus may may good boards, but this netbook is lacking in MAJOR ways.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Typical IBM/Lenovo keyboard feeling and styling. 2 Port USB hub integrated into keyboard. Quite a few useful buttons.
Cons: I'm running Vista Business 32-Bit and I'll be darned if this keyboard likes it. The controller software for the hot buttons always crashes and renders the buttons (I mostly just use the volume control) useless. I am using it with a Lenovo Desktop so there should be no issue. No driver updates available from lenovo or MS for this thing. Also, it's touchy. I always have to go over what I write to make sure a letter wasn't left off. No, that's not from typos, but rather from the keyboard deciding it wants to not output letters randonly. Happens about twice a day. Tried with 2 Lenovo desktops and same result.
Other Thoughts: Unless your desktop doesn't have a PS/2 port, don't buy this thing. It's just not stable enough for normal use. Get a good old fashioned PS/2 keyboard that won't fail.READ FULL REVIEW