Editors Liked

  • Huge, expansive screen. Benefits from Flash and USB support. Virtually button-free design
  • Nicely designed, sleek hardware. Responsive touchscreen. HD and — get ready for it — Flash support
  • Large 12.1-inch 1,366-by-768-pixel touch screen. Browser supports Flash. No productivity apps, but you can use Google Docs for word processing and spreadsheet functions

Editors Didn't Like

  • Needs a firmware update, pronto. No offline apps. Glitchy interface. Touch-response is erratic. Poor built-in speaker. Not a laptop replacement
  • Twice the weight of an iPad with half the usability. Interface buggier than bucket full of cockroaches. No apps. Battery life is an unfunny joke. You're going to charge $500 for this thing with a straight face?
  • Crashes often. Very buggy. Aside from Web browsing, doesn't do much else. Basic functionality requires future firmware updates. Touch screen is gesture-based; no multitouch (pinch and zoom) support. Can't use USB port or camera yet. Heavy