Joined on 05/16/04
Pros: Good netbook, with good ram preinstalled. Nice that I do not have to pay for an OS that I would not use.
Cons: Asus OS is a pain the rear end to get around so you can get into the bios and turn it off. Little low on battery life but that's why you have a power cable.
Overall Review: Took windows 7 like a charm not issues to date.
Pros: Compact design. Moderate price.
Cons: Excessive battery consumption. Odd button placement. Trackball failed after 1 month. Trackball not accessible for cleaning. Feels cheap Massive keystroke/click misses at 5 feet with direct LOS.
Overall Review: Bought for use with a htpc. Overall keyboard layout is not bad for a remote. Not practical for anything other than web browsing or opening files. The keystroke misses and stuck keys are almost tolerable if it where free. the largest key on the board is the sync key and if you hit it at any time you have to re sync it with the computer.
Pros: Cheap with high capacity. So far this brand is better stability and QC than WD(just recently bad) or sea-gate(been horrid for 10 years or so)
Cons: Very slow spin up time from having the drive on standby.
Overall Review: The drive has some bios issues causing lost data when doing a transfer and another program tried to make the drive identify its self. There is an unofficial fix. However you have to disable the cache and hope it works, as when you update the drive with the hot fix bios the bios version does not change. It is an issue on all F4 drives.
Pros: Works well. Same quality as my old 2400 with the unifying receiver, much nicer than a dongle for each device.
Overall Review: Small key for the unifying receiver is very small and fits snuggly in my front usb port of my home theater pc. The much smaller usb dongle is no interest to my 2 year old son. Any other device in the past was quickly snatched up by him but these are so small he does not seem to care.... yet.