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Pros: Good light color in my opinion. Good enough brightness
Cons: Too big, so they weren't usable in all the places I wanted to use them. They started to die sooner than I thought they would.
Other Thoughts: The reason I bought these light bulbs is because I thought that the LEDs would last for years. I've had these bulbs for about 7 months. Although every bulb that I've used still produces light, the two that I used the most have started flickering, and one of those two is really dim now. I expected them to work flawlessly for a long time, but I suppose that is asking a lot out of a light bulb.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Small size for carrying around everywhere.
Good keyboard if you like the floating key style like I do.
Decent multi-touch touchpad. Scroll with two-fingers as well as other gestures.
Matte finish screen.
Cons: Cheap plastic housing.
Windows 7 starter.
Touch pad is small.
Might be hard to use if you have big hands.
Not a powerful gaming machine.
Other Thoughts: Windows 7 Starter,does pretty much everything you would want to do except change your desktop background.
I find that this computer really shines with a lightweight linux distribution.
I didn't like the touchpad when I got it either, but I have since actually gotten used to the way it clicks. It takes some finesse and it felt impossible at first, but now I actually leave the tap-to-click behavior on. Also I love the two-finger scroll behavior, it's just as good or sometimes better than a mouse wheel. Palm-detection doesn't really work well, it's often better to use the Fn-F10 key combination to disable the touchpad if you are typing long papers.
Pros: Good hardware in a small case.
The case slick. I really dig the way it opens up, and that it's got a multimedia speaker in it.
Solid motherboard with 8 USB Ports.
Good mouse (it's basic and ugly but I really like the feel of the buttons and the way it slides).
Cons: The keyboard I got was not like the one in the picture, and it is awful.
Small Hard Disk.
Other Thoughts: I think they're vague about the specs because they're a sort of grab bag. Mine came with Windows XP SP3! and a combo DVDROM-CDRW.
Everything that is part of the computer itself appears to the same as what is pictured except that combo drive.
I'll probably upgrade the ram and the Hard Disk.
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