I like the look and feel of this ACER laptop. I have had a number of laptops. Mostly from HP and all have been the 15.6 inch size. I felt the 17 inch models were too large to lug around and I don't watch movies on the computer, so no need for a super large screen. I felt the 15.6 inch were just right. Now I like the 14 inch ACER for general usage and it feels like the right size to lug around.
Make sure to use the utility built into Windows 10 to make a backup boot USB device. This is invaluable should the computer mess up during an update, where you cannot boot... OR, heaven forbid the hard drive gets flaky... without this USB boot disk you make you will have to go to a computer shop to get anything done. The instructions never mention it, but seasoned Windows users know that making a boot disk has to be done with any new Windows machine.
Downsides… no CD drive, tiny AC plug-in port, which can get damaged easily, ( ask me how I know this... I have yanked a few cords in the past ) no SD card slot, which makes it more difficult to deal with data transfers… photos, etc. If you have hi-speed access all the time this is not a problem… I don't.
Upsides… fast boot, long battery life, , 3 USB ports and BLU-tooth and a an HDMI port, does anything you would normally want to do with a very lightweight laptop.
Overall a very capable laptop computer with a comfortable weight and size.