You know the 10v with as promising as it is, it is too bad that the software/driver support is just plain aggravating. In all honesty this machine has the potential to be a great machine but at the current price point Dell ought to have better software and more "freebies" with it.
Quiet, fast, tweakable, and appealing.
Horrible driver support such as touchpad driver makes the system hang on shutdown, bluetooth driver is just plain complicated to connect my phones with, 1510 N network driver drops connection about every ten min. So called troubleshooting partition is useless because of the error message that stops it from working.
After three fresh installs of XP and a few calls to Slumdog Millionare land I was able to get this working the way it should have when I opened the box.
Oh and upon tearing it down to install the bluetooth, new ram and third lead for the Intel 5300 that is on it's way I found that this thing had been taken apart before becuase the keyboard was all jacked up on the underside. Upon putting it back together I now notice the wave in the keyboard. I may have to take that back out or call them up and ask for a replacement. Also one screw was stripped. Not exactly a deal breaker but I think next time I am in the market I will opt for an Asus. Only problem with Asus is if you open that sucker up like I did this your warranty will be void.