Reviewers Liked

  • Nice looking notebook, good multimedia power by netbook standards
  • Impressive Ferrari themed design; dual-core processor on a netbook; smooth HD movie playback; good battery life
  • Low base price covers many appealing features, Very good design and feature set
  • Speedy Netbook-size system; good battery life
  • Nothing if not eyecatching in Ferrari red. Exceptional specs and solid performance for the netbook class. Surprisingly good value
  • Sleek design, Good graphics performance, Excellent keyboard, Good multimedia experience
  • Fantastic looks, Good performance
  • Ferrari brand, dual core netbook, great audio
  • Performs better than netbooks; unique styling; very good 3D performance; excellent keyboard

Reviewers Didn't Like

  • Keyboard keys are too flat, battery life could be better
  • Noisy cooling fan; no HDMI port; slightly pricey
  • Not very powerful for an ultraportable, Battery life is lower than a typical netbook's
  • Oddly shaped touch pad; priced out of the Netbook market
  • Glossy case quickly becomes disgusting with fingerprints. Screen seems a tad grainy. Weak keyboard. Any of the $400 to $600 laptops with screens larger than 10 inches and processors that are not Intel Atom. See Samsung NC20
  • Runs a bit hot, Not as fast as dual-core ULV notebooks, Lacks standard HDMI port, Relatively expensive
  • Battery life not that great
  • Cooling fan's noise, lack of HD video playback
  • No Bluetooth in currently available models; mediocre battery life