Physical keyboard hub, dual batteries
Sharp screen resolution, Comfy keyboard
Powerful hardware and responsive software
Easy to switch from laptop to tablet mode
Larger display makes multitasking much easier
Very low price, Quick startup/shutdown/resume
Easy to use and family friendly, Very good video quality and color
Cheap laptop for basic web browsing, word processing and spreadsheets
Full selection of ports, including Ethernet and VGA
Very short battery life, Bland and relatively thick design
Shockingly low price, Plenty of ports
Limitations of Chrome OS, Poor battery life
Powerful processor, large hard drive
Very thin and light, Thunderbolt support
Dramatically faster than last year's version
Thunderbolt, screen, backlit keyboard
Double the performance of the last gen Air
'Apple's MacBook Air is thin and powerful enough to use as a mainstream laptop.'
'Sluggish compared with its peers.'
'The 11-inch MacBook Air is a powerful ultraportable that makes other systems in its class look positively bloated.'
'No Aftermarket Internal Upgrade Options.'
'the 5103 felt relatively zippy; applications loaded quickly and we were able to switch between them without much lag.'
' The HP Mini 5103 is a dual-core netbook that features an Intel CPU clocked at 1.5GHz and a sleek, sturdy metal body that is lightweight and is extremely portable at around 3 pounds. '
'the 5103 stayed fairly cool during use, though we noted that the areas around the vent and on the bottom right got a bit hot with the system in our lap.'
'the HP Mini 5102 was able to hold its own.'
'Design and Build quality
The HP Mini 5102 is incredibly sturdy for a 10 inch netbook.'
'excellent keyboard layout'
'impressive face-recognition system'
'incompatible screen resolution'
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