"Best Netbook to date"on by LaiPt
Pros -Overclock able to 1.7ghz+
Cons -Fan is on a lot
-some areas are easily scratch-able
-magnet for fingerprints
Summary When over clocked, it's the best netbook, just like the 1005HA but bigger screen and better keyboard.
-Be careful, because installing 2gb of RAM will make it hard to overclock
Pros Great model with 2GB memory and 500GB web storage. Light weight, smart and good screen.
Cons Although you can overclock by 30% is still slow! Shame about the graphics card. Setting up for web storage can be awkward. Wi-Fi reception is hit and miss. Slow processor.
Summary Shift key button can be bigger. Back lit button would be great. Would like to see more options to choose from finish the glossy black seashell( terrible for fingerprint marks and too easy to scratch). And more powerful processor for the same size.
Pros Lightweight, compact, comfortable, good size memory, wonderful for everyday private use.
Cons A touch sluggish, some minor issues with updates, hit and miss wifi.
Summary Definitely one that I would recommend to a friend. I loved using it during school, especially -- It gets the job done! Truly lovely for the value and design.
Pros The seashell design is nice, the keyboard and trackpad are very good and responsive (except for the mouse button which works but is ackward to use), Works very well with Windows 7, GREAT battery life for a large netbook (6+ Hours)
Cons System is a bit sluggish, but nothing you can't get past, As said above, the mouse button is a bit hard to get used to
Summary For the money, this has been a great computer investment. It has a larger screen than regular netbooks (11.6 inches) and also houses a great keyboard and mouse. Besides some slower than normal performance in the netbook range, I've found the 1101HA to be a wonderful netbook and something that i can easily take with me anywhere. Highly Recommended.
"Hardware Problems"on by Saltscald
Pros None to relay.
Cons Hardware problems
Repairs not completed at repair center
Summary Computer was unresponsive owing to a hardware problem. I returned the computer at my own expense for repair.
I received the computer back and the problem was not resolved.
I am mailing the computer back, once again at my own expense.
Factor in about $50 additional dollars to the cost of owning the computer. You will spend at least that much on shipping to resolve issues.