What we've been looking at has been a set of laptop parts exploded into a jumbo iPhone-aping screen with an asymmetric base and attention-grabbing looks. The result is pretty close to what you might expect: happy, shiny, and pretty on the outside, but flawed and mildly deficient on the inside. At $949 for the model we reviewed, we can't say the A300 represents good value. Sure, you get that TV tuner, bi-directional HDMI connectivity, and 1080p panel, but we'd argue you’d be better off purchasing each of those things individually rather than compounding them all in this one imperfect device.
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