This laptop is generally good, it's very reliable, glitches only happens rarely abou once in a few months. The design is great, it look sleek and modern. The battery life is a bit short. It can last for up to five hours and half. It depends on the activity you are doing. The screen resolution or display is fine, it's not the clearest but it's clear enough, it's very good for watching videos. The sound system is ok, but it could be improve by making the volume spread into q wider range and make it easier to adjust. The keyboard is brilliant, it's hard and strong but there's no need to tap hard, only light taps will be fine. The touch pad is a bit over sensitive, it's easy to lose control over the cursor, but it doesn't always happen. Also the speed is great, it generally fast, occasionally it stops work for a few senconds and then it works as normal, the speed is quite fast. And it can maintain the speed. The weight is a little bit heavy, but it is suitable for traveling because the overall quality is great. The other thing is that the laptop can be very noisy, when loading stuff, you can hear a buzzing sound. Overall the laptop is great. I would recommend it because it's convenient to easy and it's faster than other laptops. The laptop is suitable for everyone, but not exactly music professionals, because the range of the volume is not wide enough, but it's good enough for daily uses
This is a Laptop worth talking about, I mean I don't know about you but it's worthy of a lot. The U925t suffered from some of the same shortcomings as the Dell XPS 12, the Acer Iconia W510, and other Windows 8 tablets I've tested. The onscreen keyboard, while miles ahead of the versions offered in previous Microsoft operating systems, doesn't always pop up when needed, forcing you to call it up manually through the Charms bar (this was especially frustrating in Google Docs).
Additionally, the motion sensor responsible for shifting the screen orientation between portrait and landscape modes would occasionally get stuck in one position, requiring either flipping the orientation lock on and off, rebooting, or sometimes just waiting for it to start working properly again. This problem is not unique to the U925t; I've encountered it on nearly every Windows 8 tablet I've tried.
The 12.5-inch display has a native resolution of 1,366x768 pixels, which is fine for a sub-13-inch laptop, but also a bit tough to justify for $1,149. The Dell XPS 12, while much more expensive in the configuration I reviewed, does include a 1,920x1,080-pixel screen in a Windows 8 touch-screen convertible starting at $1,199. The U925t's IPS display looked great from very wide viewing angles, but smudged very easily -- which is especially important, as it's going to be exposed to the elements. There's really no way to even carry the U925t around without getting palm and fingerprints all over the screen, short of an aftermarket case or sleeve. Sleek, well designed and optimized for work or entertainment I really do dig this laptop.