I took delivery of one of these yesterday and I have to say I am stunned at how good it is for the money. I wanted something bigger than a netbook but something portable enough to throw in a folder bag between meetings.
Ultra-mobile, lightweight laptop with brushed aluminium finish
13.3-inch HD widescreen display and HDMI port
320 GB hard drive, 4 GB DDR3 memory
5-in-1 memory card reader, webcam with integrated digital microphone
Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium
What's not clear on the Amazon description is aside from more RAM and a bigger HDD this model also comes with the external DVD Lightscribe drive the £339 model doesn't have.
The good things:
Gorgeous Chiclet keyboard
The chassis is thin at the front and fatter at the back, making it comfortable to use on your lap
Really nice LED screen
Really nice brushed steel finish and nice chrome edging
Nice to have a separate DVD drive (on my last laptop I can count on my hand the number of times I used the dvd drive (USB drives took over..))
Nice thin overall profile of the chassis
The touchpad takes gettign used to = its quite polished out of the box
The up and down arrows are half the size of the left and right
So you get the laptop and the external drive - the ULV CPU (yeah yeah people will slate a Celeron but in realistic terms it does enough for what it needs to do and doesn't suck the lifeblood out of the battery).
For me the feature set, price and finish is well worth the money...