I'm aware that I promised a review on the Samsung Q1 Ultra some time back, but the truth is I've been too busy using it!
There's something incredibly 'right' about the Q1 - its light enough, powerful enough and has enough battery life for just about any purpose. It fulfills two main purposes for me, one is as a notebook replacement when I'm working - I carry the USB keyboard in my case where it takes next to no space - and use it for freehand note taking, presentations and updating documents on the road. Here I make use of Windows Live Sync to keep documents up to date between the Q1 in sync with my office PC.
The other side of the equation is my personal use, where the Q1 has become my primary personal machine. This generally means web browsing, media handling, entertainment and email. I have Firefox setup with the grab and scroll extension to better support the use of the touchscreen for browsing. Spotify and Windows Media Player handle the music side of things, while Gomplayer deals with the video side of things. I also have Skype installed for VoIP and Live Messenger for IM.
Given those workloads the Samsung gets on with the tasks at hand with admirable gusto. Sure a notebook might have been a better performer, but ultimately the extra compromises in the clamshell form factor would have been too limiting.
So not really worthy of a full review, but performing pretty well for my needs thank you very much.