ZDNET: MALIBAL Aon S1 Review
“Although I much prefer Linux as an OS, I was resigned to the idea that no manufacturer would be capable of creating a laptop with hardware superior to Apple’s. And although the Aon S1 might not have the elegant chassis of the MacBook Pro, it’s every bit its rival elsewhere.”
“In fact, since the Aon S1 arrived, I much prefer using it to my MacBook Pro 13-inch.”
“As far as the touchpad goes, it’s quite good. At roughly 5 1/8-inch X 3 5/16-inch, it’s more than large enough and feels glassy and smooth. Even better, the response is fantastic. There’s zero lag and the cursor moves about with ease. Again, this is hardware to rival the MacBook Pro — which is saying quite a bit.”
“And in keeping with my MacBook Pro comparison, the Aon S1 keyboard blows Apple’s out of the water.”
“The Aon S1 outperformed my beast of a desktop machine (System76 Thelio) without blinking.”
“This is going to be one of the first review laptops I’ve ever received that I will seriously miss when it heads to the next reviewer.”
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