Pros Looks and feels AMAZING. The "sea glass-like" track pad is a pleasure to use. Perfect, portable size. The performance is pretty good and it can do some light gaming (Minecraft for example)
Cons The battery only lasts only 3 hours 20 minutes (I officially timed it.) It's a bit difficult to get to the battery and internals (the ram slot is relatively simple to get at though)
Pros Build quality
price(as of dec 2011)
size - 12.5 inches
You can upgrade to 8gb RAM with a single module, and you can use 7mm SSD drives.
Cons Battery life is around 3 hrs for me, which while not horribly bad would be nicer if it was around 5 :(
Summary A super solid performer with excellent keyboard, glass touchpad and matte screen that looks gorgeous and feels very solid with a luxurious leather palmrest.
Pros It's light enough and small enough to carry with you all the time. It's also pretty, which never hurts. Part of the appeal for me was that I wanted a laptop that was as small as possible but *not* a netbook. Netbook screens are just too small. The s
Cons The battery life isn't great. I haven't officially timed it, but it "feels" like it is about 90 minutes. On the bright side, it recharges very quickly.
The SSD drive *barely* fit inside, but it does fit.
Mouse touchpad can be a little sensitive, but I
Summary If you are comfortable cramming an SSD in it, this laptop is very fast for daily use and will likely become your main computer. The HDMI output makes it easy to plug into a larger monitor or HDTV, too.
Pros looks good, light weight
Cons bad performance, short battery life. Hard drive failed twice and got it replaced by lenovo two times in the first three months.