I picked mine up locally at an Office Depot for $380. It has many Pro's and few Con's PRO: I liked the screen resolution and while gaming everything looked great. CON: After having a 17in laptop before, this 15.6in screen seemed small but it's not a big issue. PRO: The ATI 6520 graphics card handled Skyrim on high settings and played Batman Arkham City very well. Both looked excellent and played very clean. PRO: It never seems to get very warm or hot. They finally did cooling on a Toshiba right. The last Toshiba I had felt like it was burning holes in my legs when I sat it in my lap. CON: Be sure to read the description on the card reader carefully. It takes full sized SD cards. All other cards must have an addaptor. I have a Micro SD card (I lost the convertor to SD) and when I got home realized I needed a new convertor cuz my the description I read said it takes all the ones listed above but didn't mention an addaptor. PRO: I have been reading much about i5 and i7 processors so I hadn't even heard of an A6 quad-core processor. It works great so far for my needs. Big gaming and photography work. I recommend this as a good budget PC that packs a good punch. UPDATE - I have come across one other issue that I am not sure if it is a product defect or something that is supposed to happen. At random times, it is left alone, it defaults to a sort of hybernation mode with a dimmed screen. It does NOT go into screensaver. This is very different. I turned off the hybernation modes upon closing the laptop, time-out etc. If it goes into the weird dimmed mode, it is impossible to get it back to full lighting unless you log off and re-log on. Will look for a help screen online if this is a flaw or normal thing.
ADDED INFO: I have had this laptop for 6 months now. I still love it. It has played every game I have thrown at it and more. I have played Fallout New Vegas on high settings, Hitman Absolution on high, Dishonored on high and Batman Arkham City on med settings.