Joined on 10/12/06
Pros: Easy to setup Wirless with many mode choices, Gig Enet connections and built in USB network storage (and it looks cool standing on edge)
Cons: Unusable right out of the box. Had to upgrade the firmware to use it with PPoE service provider. Config. wizard that comes with the router refused to even run on one of my computers and was soooo slow on my other computer that I gave up and configgured the Router Manualy. (failrly easy to do BTW) Unless you have no experience setting up rounters at all, I would skip the easy setup software.
Overall Review: After the firmware was upgraded everything works fine. Wirless setup worked first time with WPA encryption (a first for me) Installed a USB HDD and shared it on the network with no problems. Good access speed over the Gig lines, little slower over the 100Mb connection
Very disappointed so far
Pros: nice screen, back lit keys, good speakers (for a laptop)
Cons: arrived out of the box with a dead power brick. only had about 60% battery to play with it before it died. Lenovo support is gong to send a new power brick but it will not be here until next week. However they charged me $58 bucks until I return the bad power brick. I paid an extra $26 bucks to get the laptop here by the weekend and now I will have to wait until next week to use it anyway. Also the graphics are SLOW. Not sure if this is because it was on battery. Guess I will not find out until the new power brick arrives
Overall Review: Really hope that having the power brick allows the duel 750M's to work, because a win3d11 score of 1100 is really bad for a SLI laptop. If that's the best this can do, it's going back.
Pros: FREAKING AMAZING battery life with the keyboard attached (15+ hours) With the keyboard this has totally replaced my netbook. PORTS:Micro SD, HDMI, with the keyboard USB 2 and full sized SD card slot. DLNA compatible (great with home network)
Cons: didn't get my free case from Newegg. Didn't come with any instructions (not that I have needed any so far)
Overall Review: This seems like the future of tablets. Having the keyboard dock takes tablets out of the fun toy area and into "Wow! I can do real work for 16 hours with out a cord!" area