Summary: This was my wife's laptop for the last 20 months or so and lasted well until it crashed onto the floor. What we liked: -15.6" monitor touch screen was easy to see and worked quite well as a touch screen. -Plenty of RAM and HD space so never had to worry about those.
Summary: I don't like the keyboard or the touch/mouse pad. You have to press extra hard to get all of the key strokes and the mouse pad is so large that when you are typing, you keep hitting it with the back part of your hand.
Summary: The only problem with my new computer had nothing to do with the hardware, i.e. the computer itself, but with Windows 8! The computer is serving me well as I needed to downsize and prepare for the possibility of living in an assistance facility.
Summary: I've had this computer for nearly two months, and so far, I'm pleased with its performance. The touch screen is responsive, the design is sleek, and the system runs smoothly - it has a startup time of around 10-15 seconds, which is great.
Summary: I'm a university student with this touch screen laptop. Its very good for all the tools and Microsoft packages, and runs efficiently. The only downside is the sound is a bit low and the battery life last around 4 hours, depending on what applications are running. These are only minor issues.