Gadget Lab writes:
"With an lightweight feel and a full-sized keyboard, stereo speakers, legacy ports, PC card slot and other mainstream garnishings, the S650 asks and answers one question: how small can you really go without losing "power" users? It won't appeal to subnotebook aficionados due to its dimensions (though, at just over 3 pounds, it's not much heavier than Apple's little wonder), but in other respects, it makes well-measured decisions about what to drop. Lost, for example, are gaming-class graphics and extravagant storage options.
The S650 is the kind of practical traveler that actually gets bought after toying around with feeble subnotebooks in the store. Apart from that bezel-slaughtering LED panel, however, those who aren't obsessed with balancing power and heft will find themselves wanting just a little bit more - or a little bit less."