Conclusion: At $1,190, the CT15T-B0 sounds reasonably attractive for a system that’s Ultrabook-thin with capable components, has a 1080p IPS touchscreen, and features good-looking metal design. It also lacks anything in the way of questionably useful, pre-installed software, which we like – a lot.
Conclusion: If Vizio can address this issue, improve the keyboard, and up battery life a bit while keeping prices this low, its second run of laptops should be seriously impressive. Until that happens, though, we’d rather rest our wrists on a more comfortable laptop with a better keyboard.
Pros: Great, high-resolution screen, Slim, sleek design, Very fast boot time, thanks to a 128GB solid-state drive
Cons: Unrounded edges can make the laptop uncomfortable to carry or use for long periods, Keyboard lacks travel and backlight, Touch pad and keyboard feel cheap, Poor battery life, No Ethernet port or card reader