Summary: Purchased this because of the Price, Windows 7, Solid State drive, quality of picture etc.....however the mouse and keyboard isn't very user friendly. On the safe side....and after careful consideration, I purchased a Square Trade 3 year warranty since this is Vizio's first computer ever produced. I am certainly glad I did!
Summary: I like the ssd hard drive which makes the computer boot up in 20 seconds. However, the information said that it was up to 5 hours. When I got this computer, I saw that my battery life was only 3 hours. This make the ultrabook to normal laptop.
Summary: Vizio's first attempt at a lightweight laptop is very promising but it just misses the mark. What I love: The big screen is just gorgeous. I love the matte finish, as in the sun, there's minimal glare. I've had MacBooks before and frankly this screen is up there with any of them. Cheap, great displays are kind of Vizio's game, so I'm not surprised they excelled here. The system comes as a Signature product, meaning the OS comes as Microsoft designed it.
Summary: I do purchase lots of laptops each year, as I have a nag for trying new tech. But I like to think that I am in constant search for the perfect gadget and never finding it (be it a laptop, a tablet, a phone, a remote control...) And let me tell you, I have never been torn by a product as much as I did with Vizio CT15-A1 The laptop is gorgeous, the screen is amazing, and the build quality is superb. But there are some serious short comings.