I received the 2710p a week or so ago. Since then, there have been posted some excellent reviews of the device on the two sites that I read. These include: Sierra at GottaBeMobile Tiffany Boggs at Tablet PC Review Rob Bushways Initial Impressions at GottaBeMobile Chromdome35 at Tablet PC Review Since these reviewers have covered most of the key points about the device and even posted pictures and videos, I thought Id focus only on the things that I thought that were different or that they had not covered. Ultra-Slim Expansion Bay I love this thing! Its got a very solid feel and has a handle lever release mechanism that is very easy to use. Installed, the machine gives you the sensation of the older Lenovo devices, since it sticks out behind the hinge. AT&T Broadband Wireless Card This device allows me to surf and stay connected on my train ride to work. We have extensive AT&T 3G coverage in our area, so I had the flexibility of choosing between the AT&T device or the Verizon device. I chose the AT&T device because we already had AT&T accounts; both vendors charge you more per month if you dont already have a phone with them. For those of you looking, Id warn you that the wireless card is self-install. That doesnt usually bother me, but here are the key pieces of information that I learned during the process. First, the directions for the installation are generic and dont necessarily apply to the 2710p. In fact, the directions tell you to remove three screws and then the keyboard; on the 2710p, you remove 6 screws and remove the bottom cover you dont remove the keyboard. Second, the directions for the installation inform you that you need to connect one of two identical-looking black wires to the WWAN card once youve inserted it into the slot and screwed it down. For me, the problem was that they identified the correct wire by referencing colored labels that were supposed to be on the wires (red and blue). Unfortunately, my wires werent labeled at all, or the labels had fallen off. Anyway, you only need one of the wires while the other wire is not used. These wires are for the antenna to the WWAN card. I eventually figured it out. The fact that you dont use both wires taught me something interesting about the AT&T card, which brings me to the third thing. Third, the AT&T card doesnt use both internal WWAN antennas, while the Verizon card does. Thats the difference between the two cards from an installation standpoint: The Verizon card would use both wires. The fact that the AT&T card used only one of the antennas doesnt seem to have affected performance. Fourth, extending the WWAN antenna actually helps. Its not so much that the signal goes from nothing to something, its that you seem to get more bars when the antenna is extended. Screen This is a great screen, but it is NOT and outdoor viewable screen. While I love it, I wouldnt recommend it to someone who wants to regularly use it outdoors. Keyboard The keyboard is great, and the full-size factor is very nice to me. The one thing thats weird to me is the partial width key in the top row (1). Thats it for now. Please let me know if you have more questions. Thanks!