- Tablet convertible and Pen/Touch usage.
- Fast SSD is great and likely from all choosable options the most important one.
- Layout of all Ports. As with my old Dell-Netbook the layout is very usage oriented. Ports are where you expect/need them to be.
- Build in Bluetooth and SD card port are always handy to have.
- I like the Keyboard. It feels good and has all the keys on the right places.
- The hardware feels very robust and it's still light enough to carry around with you.
- Even under stress (got the i5 version) the fans are very silent.
- Hardware seems to work fine in both Windows and Linux.
- The lock to hold the display while its closed/in tablet mode seems a bit hit and miss. It doesn't lock well and often I have to try is multiple times to event get it to lock.
- The Intel GPU is a bit on the "light" side. For a Sandy Bridge CPU this is normal. And for future Intel GPUs this will likely not be a problem anymore. It's still well usable but I get it to the point where I feel that it's not keeping up. Especially of course if you plug-in an external monitor. Ivy Bridge will improve a lot in this area.
I think the Notebook fits well for my work. And it lets me work from home/university/everywhere I got internet access. More on the software side later ...