Summary: Positives: Touch screen works perfectly (glare is negated by how bright the screen is), has a numbers pad on the keyboard, the keyboard layout is pretty good, SD card slot, battery life is pretty good, trackpad functions without flaw, power on time is quick, graphics are great, rarely has issues...
Summary: Overall the product is as described. i7, 2.0ghz, 16GB RAM, and an NVIDIA GeForce 750M Graphics Card. Very fast and responsive. Has WiFi and Bluetooth, 17" screen, basically everything you could want in a laptop. My only problem is the laptop was delivered with a damaged fan.
Summary: Now that Sony is out of the computer business (VAIO), Dell seems to be the heir apparent to their upper end, Windows OS, laptop market. The build is great. The components are top quality. The screen is great. The keyboard is great. Overall, I love this computer.
Summary: The screen is great and the touch screen feature works really well. I'm still getting used to the new operating system on this, but it seems like it will be easy to use once you get the hang of it. My biggest complaint with this computer is the layout of the keys - primarily the SHIFT keys.
It is visually striking with what looks like solid industrial design
Bill Clark, Amazon
30 May 2015
Summary: Every time I use this I am wowed by it. It is visually striking with what looks like solid industrial design. Nothing disappoints except Windows 8. I'm not a windows hater but am A Linux user and Windows 8's habit of overwriting the boot sector deserves nothing but scorn--well scorn, and the removal...
Summary: I stepped up to the core i5 for speed but the hard drive really keeps it slow. Transfer rate is 20-80 MB/sec max. I have an external drive that is the same speed. Sad. The usb 3.0 is really nice and so is the big touch screen but I didn't expect the glare to be so bad.