Summary: This is the second Acer I've bought, after a long string of Toshibas. While there are some good things about this Acer (video quality, keyboard), it's not as good as the reviews I've read suggested it would be. That is, even when it's worked properly.
Summary: Purchased the computer in November 2013 and by February 2014 it was crashing and had to be sent for repair. The warranty company was unable to repair the laptop and so I had to purchase a new computer.
Terrible hardware that failed from day 1 and technical support didn't fix it - Now out of warranty
T. Cameron, Amazon
24 February 2015
Summary: I see that Ia m not the only person who has had issues with this terrible piece of equipment - From the first day I had it I had issues with the track pad sticking and not working - I sent it to Acer no less than 3 times for repair and on none of the occasions did they repair it.
Summary: I love it, it's an awesome computer, but I wish it had a larger hard drive, and a tiny bit smaller touch pad. I keep hitting the touch pad with my big hands as I type, and the hard (memory) drive just isn't big enough...
A very good choice for the "money is no object" buyer.
28 January 2015
Summary: Though this Acer is a very good choice for the "money is no object" buyer, some quirks and a brief battery life keep this ultrabook from being the top of the pile. Pros: Very thin. Very light. 180-degree angle on screen. Clamshell design. 10-point touch screen. Comes with mouse.
Summary: These computers suck and it isn't just mine, it is with most of them. Pros: Small and thin Performance is decent Cons: Track pad is not precise or fast - worst mouse I have ever used. I can't believe they actually produced this junk. Keyboard is horrible.