How would you change Vizio’s Thin + Light (14-inch, 2012)?

Vizio Thin  Light review 14inch, mid2012 what happens when a TV maker enters the PC market

When Vizio announced that it was making laptops, people flooded our inbox demanding we review the Vizio Thin + Light (14-inch, 2012).

After all, the company’s reputation for undercutting rivals with quality hardware meant that its debut entry had to be taken seriously.

Out of the gate, it won points for us for its cracking build quality and amazing display, but lost marks for a bad trackpad, keyboard and short battery life. In the end, we couldn’t recommend this device, but we bet plenty of you went for it anyway. In which case, you’ll be expertly placed to tell us, after a few months of use on this thing, what would you change about it?



Source: Engadget

Author: Daily Tech Whip

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