Joined on 05/16/02
Pros: Very lightweight. Amazing battery life, ~6-10 hours depending on usage. Quite fast given the hardware specs. LCD is bright, clear and easy to read.
Cons: Touchpad buttons could be much better. A single, rocker-style bar is not ideal.
Overall Review: Windows 7 Starter is kind of a rip-off. You can accomplish the same "performance" by using Win7 Home Premium if you just turn Aero Glass off and then you'd be able to change the background without hacking Windows (which isn't hard to do with Win7 Starter, just a PITA). Seriously Microsoft, EVERYONE wants to change their desktop background... Definitely expand this netbook to 2GB of RAM, you will notice a big improvement. The harddrive is nice and quiet, obviously an SSD would be faster.
Good but not what I needed
Pros: Fast for a microSD
Cons: Did not work in my Motorola Droid 2. The Droid 2 would often freeze or reboot itself when this microSD was installed.
Overall Review: Hard to say if the Droid 2 simply doesn't support class 10 microSD cards or if this particular microSD doesn't work in the Droid 2. I have been using this microSD in a camera instead, using the SD adapter housing and it's been fine.
Worth the $$.
Pros: Very lightweight, nearly silent, USB power plug is a pass-through plug so you can still use that USB slot. It is probably the best product of its type I have seen yet, including the upgraded models.
Cons: None really, it's hard to even nitpick for some cons.
Overall Review: Bought this originally for my work laptop, Dell E6430, but I actually put it under my router (Asus rt-n66u) and my cable modem (SB6121) and it keeps those two so much cooler now that I will have to buy another cooling pad for my laptop.