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Vizio CT14-A2

alaTest has collected and analyzed 3 reviews of Vizio CT14-A2. The average rating for this product is 3.4/5, compared to an average rating of 4.0/5 for other Laptops for all reviews. Reviewers are impressed by the portability and durability. The screen and performance are also appreciated. The touchpad and usability get negative opinions.

design, performance, screen, durability, portability

battery, keyboard, usability, touchpad

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Laptops the Vizio CT14-A2 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 83/100 = Very good quality.

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Vizio CT14-A4 Review

 

Vizio is a well-known name in consumer electronics – but not for computers. The company only got into the computer business within the past year and is jumping right into one of the most popular segments of the market: Ultrabooks. Dubbed the Thin and...

Attractive design ; Light for a system this size ; No bloatware

Uncomfortable design ; Difficult keyboard ; Not enough ports ; Touchpad doesn't make Windows 8 easy to use ; Short battery life

Though this 14-inch Ultrabook lives up to its name, it perfectly illustrates the adage that looks aren’t everything.

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Sleek, sturdy aluminum construction, Bright, high-res screen, Good performance

No flash-card slot, VGA, or Ethernet, Shallow, non-backlit keyboard, Lackluster battery life

If that's true, Vizio may keep the non-touch models on the books for bargain hunters, although a touch display makes such an immense difference for Windows 8 it's hard to imagine any but the most frugal settling for touchless. Unless they really like...

GOOD FOR GAMING!

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Vizio CT14-A2

 

It's tempting to describe the Vizio CT14-A2 Thin + Light as a poor man's Apple MacBook Air, but that's not entirely accurate. For one thing, at $1,099, the first ultrabook from the well-known HDTV vendor is only $100 less than Apple's category pioneer....

Stylish, solid design ; Bright 1,600x900 display ; No bloatware

No memory-card slot or Ethernet ; Shallow, nonbacklit keyboard ; Disappointing battery life

HDTV maker Vizio debuts an aggressively priced, aluminum-unibody ultrabook with a fast CPU, spacious SSD, and scenic screen. Does it live up to its classy-as-Apple styling?

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