Durable, OK CPU, but keyboard and touchpad are awkward, lack product support online
12 October 2014
Summary: The overall construction is durable, and the hardware is stable. 6-cell battery can last a long time. Although the keyboard keys are large, the arrow keys are squeezed in a tight spot, with added dollar sign and Euro sign (which are not often used). This makes the users easily press the wrong arrow key. Therefore, the overall keyboard layout is inconvenient.
Summary: This is a sweet setup. Not a burn a hole in benchmarks kind of laptop but one that will meet the everyday needs of most people. I am able to effortlessly run MS Word and Excel as well as play a bit of DC Universe online with no hiccups. Good buy.
Summary: The product was shipped in time and in very good condition. Great product for internet browsing and working with office programs. Doesn't support Bluetooth and Microsoft office products must be purchased. It would be better if the product had a bit stronger external VGA. Recommended to buy for those who don't play games on laptops.
Summary: This is a pretty good laptop however the seller does not sell good quality laptops. The screen cracked within a few months and had dead pixel spots all over it. It eventually stopped working. This seller should not have this high of a rating. If I could give them no stars I would, so I settled for 1.
Summary: I recently updated the OS on this computer and I've faced nothing but headaches trying to fix the "limited cinnectivity" issue. This problem is not only exclusive to me if the online forums are any confirmation. I highly discourage anyone from purchasing this product.
Summary: The laptop was in good shape physically but there were significant motherboard power distribution issues and it kept shutting off were two minutes. The seller was very helpful and allowed me to return it. Unfortunately I had to pay for return shipping which cost me $15. I won't buy an Acer again but I would buy from this seller again.