"I bought my first netbook a few years ago, and I found it really great. The only problem was its "almost" full-size keyboard, since I have large hands, and its glossy screen. I found it had plenty of power.
Yesterday, I picked up an X120e to give myself a little more room on the keyboard, and I'm very pleased. Everything works the way it should, the display is very clear, and the machine is quite fast. I do plan to replace the hard drive with an SSD at the earliest opportunity, so as to squeeze a little more battery life and hardiness out of the machine, but I really, really like it.
The eraser-head cursor control in particular works quite well, and the battery life, given the screen size, is extremely good."
"When I purchased the mini X120E laptop I did not realize just how small it is. Nor did I realize it has no Itunes capability due to NO CD Drive at all... (had to shell out more money for disc capability)
I should have spent a lot more time that I don't have going over every single spec and not assume anything. (I assumed it had a screen too, which it does, and a keyboard)"
"The labtop has a great keyboard layout that makes it easy to type, along with a good deal of power to use for productivity. The labtop is amazingly designed for it's size, and the amount of ram allows you to have many processes running. The dual core processor is a great feature, which allows the computer to process twice the amount of information, which allows the netbook to have great productivity. Overall the Netbook was a great purchase which I will be using for the next couple of years."
"I bought the lowest end version of this machine for $300 and upgraded the RAM to 8GB (from Crucial $55) and I've been thoroughly satisfied with my purchase. I wasn't intending it to be super powerful (it isn't) but it does everything I need it to do and dual boots to ubuntu just fine. Stays cool sitting on my lap and the thinkpoint makes it easy to navigate around without switching to the trackpad all the time.
Lenovo sold me with this. I'll be looking to the upgrades to this line in the future."
"I purchased an X120e for a music studio that needed to combine high portability with good performance. A netbook was out of the question, but a large laptop with good performance did not have the portability and battery life needed. Enter the X120e. We have been using this computer for a year, and it has exceeded all expectations, and has easily handled software normally requiring a powerful desktop workstation. I like it so much I have just ordered its successor, the X130e for personal use."