Reviewers Liked

  • Thin and lightweight, Bright, high-res 11.6-inch LCD, Spry desktop performance, handles 720p-quality Web video, Large, multi-touch touchpad, Firm, comfortable keyboard, Reasonable $649 starting price, Five-hour battery life, HDMI and eSATA ports
  • Great looks, Reasonable performance
  • Very good battery life (over 4 hours). Feels sturdy. Includes all the latest bells and whistles, with LED backlighting, Dolby audio and multitouch trackpad (that actually works). WWAN option
  • Compact size; good performance; long battery life; HDMI, eSATA ports; sharp design
  • Attractive design, Strong battery life, Sharp webcam

Reviewers Didn't Like

  • Body feels slightly cheapish, Needs more USB ports, Annoying software bundle
  • Unsuitable for gaming, Keyboard feels very cheap
  • One of the least attractive laptops on the market today. Expensive, especially considering it lacks the ThinkPad brand name. Keyboard is nearly illegible
  • Mushy keyboard; no optical drive; expensive, considering core components and size
  • Relatively pricey, Mushy keyboard, Warm temperatures