Joined on 11/10/07
Pros: Windows 7 OS, long battery life, intuitive keyboard layout, very little bloat ware pre-loaded (and what was there is easy to remove).
Cons: Keyboard feels a little fragile. Didn't cook my dinner.
Overall Review: This unit does *not* have two HDDs as another buyer stated. Rather, it has a single HDD with two partitions (Windows 7 is installed on the primary partition).
Good deal for the asking price.
Pros: Easy setup. Simple operation, for the most part (see Cons).
Cons: Sluggish remote response. Pressing the return (i.e., Back) button in some apps (e.g., Netflix) will dump you out to the main app menu, rather than the previous menu.
Overall Review: Can't really complain for the price. It does what it says on the tin and cost me a heck of a lot less than other options for streaming Netflix or Hulu Plus.
Pros: Easy installation under Windows XP, Vista (64), and Windows 7; prints are clear and crisp; prints cycled quickly.
Cons: It's very noisy.
Overall Review: I didn't experience the issues with power consumption that some other users did (and I live in an older apartment complex with some pretty suspect wiring).
Not good for Crossfire.
Pros: A single HD 4650 performs fairly well, with true color images and excellent rendering. Great for watching movies and playing less demanding games. One card for use in such applications is not a bad deal at the current price.
Cons: Catalyst Control Center hates these cards. Enabling Crossfire is almost impossible (after ten hours I still can't get it to work). Windows recognizes both cards as installed and enabled, but CCC does not, thus not allowing me to engage Crossfire.
Overall Review: If you're a hardcore gamer or modder, steer clear of these cards. If you're content to play older games or at a lower resolution, you could do worse than to pick one of these up.