Summary: I was very excited when I received my computer. It was thin and lift just as described! However, right out of the box the trackpad was an issue so I ordered an optical mouse. I was just starting to get acquainted and created my first PowerPoint presentation and it locked up 5 minutes before my...
Came with Pirated OS with no key, track pad issues
Shane H., Newegg
30 January 2014
Summary: I should have known it was too good to be true.
Pros: It came fast and was cheap
Cons: When I booted it up, it began the Windows 7 Install process, asking for a CD Key. Skipping and getting to Windows, I was informed that it was a pirated version, with warnings all over. Trying to scroll up and down with the track pad is impossible. If you left click, you cannot move the mouse up a...
Summary: I used to loved it! Its light, elegant, thin.. except for the mouse pad, it was a really good buy. All of a sudden, out of nothing, the Hard Disc Drives goes dead. I mean DEAD. Not even able to recover any info out of it. This makes every possible PRO it has seem a little too unimportant.
Summary: Quite simply, my Vizio thin & light ultrabook is the worst product I've ever owned, and that includes the eggroll I bought at a gas station in 1993 that gave me food poisoning. It is apparent that Vizio is new to the computer game, and it shows in the details of their product.
Summary: I really wanted to like this laptop. Out of the box, it's absolutely gorgeous, with a design that's comparable to a MacBook Air. The lightness and lack of overheating were also impressive. Oddly enough, I had none of the problems with the keyboard or trackpad that others have reported.
Summary: I love the style, design, features and price (I got it for $599 on Black Friday). It is VERY thin, I can carry it like a folder. It boots in <10 seconds and shuts down in <4 seconds. It is very stylish- it looks a lot like a Macbook Air, except with a logo that no one will recognize.