Summary - Make sure you replace the 1GB RAM with a 2GB unit. Touchscreen is a worth while addition. 7+ hours battery life easily achievable. Feels pretty well made. It's only a netbook, but it is actually pretty decent. I would recomend to a friend. Plays mpg ok and multitasks ok - as long as you upgrade to 2GB.
Detail - I've had this netbook for 2 weeks now. I chose it because it seemed to be higher spec than other netbooks (most netbooks are almost all identical but this has touchscreen and HDD accelerometer), but for the same money, and it came with MS Works, so I can edit simple spreadsheets and text documents without paying 90GBP for Office (a trial of Office is included also). It is a second unit as I have a fast 15 inch laptop aready.
Setup was easy - you just fit the battery, plug in the mains, turn it on and follow the prompts. It comes with no disks - it relies on a backup on the hard drive, but you can back this up to an extrernal drive also. It also comes with a simple netbook sleeve, so don't order one until you've seen it.
The touch screen is worth having, and I am surprised how well it works. This is no ipad, but I do find myself using it as it is often easier to press a web page button than it is to use the glide pad to find the mouse pointer and then navigate to the button then press it. My daughter uses it to pause videos. It is also fairly useful when using the included latest version of MS Paint which is much better than the pre-2007 one. The screen is less clear due to the touch screen, but it is not a problem, and I'd rather have the touch screen. It doesn't work well right at the edges, but that's not practically a problem - you can always shrink the window slightly. The touchscreen works well with scroll bars - better than the glide pad.
Battery seems to last at least 6 hours, depending on what you are doing.
The machine is a little too clunky and slow with 1GB of memory, but upgrading to 2GB massively increases speed. I used Kingston KVR667D2S5/2G from Play.com. It is easy to upgrade (1 screw on the bottom of the machine - instructions are included in the manual that is accessible from the start menu in Windows. The 2GB upgrade is a must. The machine easily plays mpg files at full screen (mpeg 2 in standard def). You can surf without issues, and have several tabs open at once and not have a problem.
Note that WMP doesn't play mpg files unless you install an mpeg2 codec. I used the free "DScaler5" codec, and this works fine.