The Laptop is very good value for money and if your NOT intent on playing graphics intensive games. Its a very fast beast for browsing the internet, picture processing, producing Office Documents, etc.
The OEM vendor tools pre-loaded work well and do add to a pleasant experience using the machine.
The choice of processor, memory and disk size give a good experience, without you wanting to rush out and already upgrade. If you need more storage put your data on an external disk (perhaps even network attached), then be sure to back it up, ideally to a web based service. I know too many people that have lost pictures and documents from a DIY approach to backups that went wrong.
Having a built-in webcam and decent speakers makes it so much more usable and avoids the "bag/desk of computing extras and cable nighmare" which are often heavier and bulkier than the laptop.
This is really for someone that does not want to bother with buying an external monitor and wants a larger "desktop sized" interface. You can easily put it away if short to of space or move it around. Its not really something ideally suited to travelling much. If you want to drive a large external monitor + full sized keyboard + mouse, then you may as well buy a smaller laptop!
As other people have noted with theirs, ours has the issue that it requires two power ons to get it to boot. Support is good and they are arranging to pick-up and remediate. So we are not worried about that issue. Just note that you may need to do this too.
So the big question, would I buy it again having used it for a few weeks. Yes - fits our requirements and is pleasant to use.