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ASUS EEEPC T101MT-BLK081M Intel Atom N550 1.5GHz / 2GB / 320GB / LED10.1 / Win 7 Home Premium

alaTest has collected and analyzed 5 reviews of ASUS EEEPC T101MT-BLK081M Intel Atom N550 1.5GHz / 2GB / 320GB / LED10.1 / Win 7 Home Premium. The average rating for this product is 3.2/5, compared to an average rating of 4.0/5 for other Laptops for all reviews. Reviewers are impressed by the battery and keyboard. The portability and size also get good reviews, whereas there are some negative reviews about the durability and price.

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On average, users rate this product 64/100.

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Consumer review by: J Everett (

Great With Upgrades


Because of the space limitations, I couldn't do as thorough of a review on upgrades, drivers, software, etc. as on another website that begins with A and maybe has a Z in it - it would be worth your while reading that one. This device takes 2GB of RAM...

This is of course after an SSD, OS (Win 7 Pro 32bit) and RAM upgrade. A functional machine not a toy like the IPAD. The handwriting recognition is awesome (my penmanship is terrible). I use this to take notes and handwrite info in data fields when I'm...

Doing the upgrades myself cost less than getting the BU-27 version. ASUS didn't make it easy to replace the HD (But after tearing down the computer 3 ties, it was quite easy - but not as easy as having a HD door). If you Google: Micro T101MT tear down,...

Mar, 2011

Consumer review by: Demteq (

Not a bad little laptop ^_^


Overall the laptop is a good little machine. With a few added features and functions it is perfect for taking on the road or travel purposes. Before purchasing do your research between other netbooks or laptops and see what best fits you. If you...

Functionality ; This laptop is perfect for those that need something small and portable. The added features of the touch screen can come in handy depending on your experience ; Compared to other netbooks this is identical in performance. The Intel Atom...

Touch Screen ; If anyone has used a full tablet and desides to purchase this device expecting the same result you will be very dissapointed. This has a "Touch Screen" not a "Tablet Screen". There are several differences between the 2. The Asus Eee PC...

Mar, 2011

Consumer review by: N/A (

Broke in 4 weeks


Do you want a tablet? Or do you want a laptop? This is neither - it's an awkward middle ground that, while not terrible, isn't particularly well-adapted for anything. I sorely regret this impulse buy.

Touchscreen works well. Fast startup

The swivel on the swivel screen became weak after only 2 weeks. This caused it to swivel when the slightest pressure was applied. One day I left it in my car, which was cold. When I opened it, the swivel screen snapped. It will not turn on now

Feb, 2011

Consumer review by: MehMonster (



Touchscreen not worth the extra $100.

Small, light, portable, and has tablet features

Multitouch LCD screen is a lie, no multitouch is supported by Windows 7 Starter, at least on the system I got ; If you plan on upgrading the RAM in this product, you might as well save yourself headache and find another notebook/laptop. The RAM upgrade...

Feb, 2011

Consumer review by: Firestorm (

Works well


Avoid Asus support as best you can. They make great machines, but they can't service them.

When I bought it I already figured I wouldn't be running windows 7 starter; so if you aren't willing to change the operating system I can't recommend it ; On that note running kubuntu is great. I had to do a little work, but afterwards everything...

1. Price; a little more than most netbooks today, but the touchscreen may be something you need ; 2. Asus support. I had to send it in, and they fixed the problem, but it came back with more damage! Asus needs to get on the ball with support, hence the...

Feb, 2011