Summary: Used on a CT-15A1 Vizio Ultrathin laptop (apparently the 14"and 15" units use the exact same power adapter, according to Vizio). Comes with two plugs: one is loose fitting and one is tight, but both charge. Happy again!
Summary: This was a surprise birthday present for my hubby who loves this notebook, even though I feel that it's way too much of a wannabe mac-version for windows, which doesn't come anywhere close. Now while that may seem like an unfair comparison, this notebook does have some great features.
Summary: I picked this model up on eBay to replace a travel laptop that was much smaller and had Windows XP on it. PROS - Extremely fast start up and shut down due to the solid state drive. I mean, unreal fast. Like Muhammad Ali said about turning out the light and being in bed before the room turns dark!
Summary: a great laptop for its price! Specs are as good as the other medium-high end ones out there. However the touchpad is not working properly! Does not respond sometimes. Not too big of an issue to me since I use mouse almost always
Summary: I've been using my Vizio CT15A2 daily now for six months. The WiFi receiver has more trouble connecting than my other devices do. Seems to be weak. Having only 2 USB ports is asinine and a pain sometimes. Really should have at least a micro-SD card slot.
Summary: This is my first tablet computer. I am used to much bulkier workstation class laptops. Pros: lightweight, very fast powerup and login, relatively good graphics. Cons: for normal web browsing the battery lasts only 3-4 hours, ethernet seems to be slower than what I am used to, the mouse pad is too...
Summary: I wanted to write and just say that I love my Vizio. I've had Toshiba, Dell, Mac...and by FAR...ESPECIALLY for the money, this is the BEST value. The absolutely ONLY drawback is the keyboard shortcuts. They are just like the Mac...I think they must have modeled this after the Mac Air.