On the laptop side of things, PC World calls the Radius "a well-designed laptop" that "looks more expensive than it is." Laptop Magazine calls it a "handsome notebook," though Wired found the keyboard "a little difficult to use" due to its compressed layout. But switch the Radius to tablet mode and things get a little more muddled, as PC World found the screen "a little flimsy" despite the device being "heavier and more unwieldy than the more common 13-inch models." It might be lighter than many laptops, but Wired notes it "far outweighs standard tablet devices."
If the size is not an issue, or you weren't planning to use the tablet mode very much, the performance is adequate for many browsing tasks, with PC Mag even calling it "impressive." PC World was less enthused, noting that "benchmark results were middling" and Wired found it "underperforms." However, they also note it's not "much better" than many Atom-based tablets, meaning if you just want to enjoy your web browsing and other light tasks on a larger screen that PC World calls "bright, vibrant, and responsive," it should serve your needs just fine.