More RAM for better, zippier performance, Swappable 6-cell battery lasts longer on the road
Very short battery life, Bland and relatively thick design
Limitations of Chrome OS, Poor battery life
Saddled with an ugly design, finicky touch pad, and short battery life
Full selection of ports, including Ethernet and VGA
Shockingly low price, Plenty of ports
Powerful processor, large hard drive
Useless without Internet connection.
Runs hot, expensive.
Tough to recommend this Chromebook over a less expensive laptop or tablet.
Bright, pleasing matte display
'perfect secondary or travel laptop'
'Reception is quite good for a budget notebook.'
'System is not for everyone.'
'the Eee feels fantastically snappy in use.'
'the ThinkPad X300 is truly unique in its balance of portability and usability.'
'Whether you're afraid of dropping your laptop at the airport or accidentally spilling some coffee on the case, the Lenovo ThinkPad X300 is built like - and resembles - a black box recorder.'
'ultra thin notebook'
'It delivers a decent feature set and respectable speed overall for a $400 laptop.'
'such a cool laptop'
'This notebook has proven me wrong.'
'for a full day the notebook remains cool in your hands or on your lap.'
'Internally the design of the 11z is very friendly for users wanting to upgrade or replace components.'
'Overall system performs better than the standard netbook - more RAM, drive space and newer Intel graphics.'
'truly top notch laptop'
'It is important to say that the Inspiron 11z comes with Windows Vista SP1 Home Premium which is eligible for free upgrade to Windows 7 when released.'
'very popular laptop'
'you will discover that this notebook is perfect for the job.'
'Terrible battery life..'
'It is too heavy for sub-notebooks. 14 inch displays are normal for this class of weight.'
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