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1 review | 2 out of 5
I bought Vizio's i5 Laptop based on it having a 15 inch display 1tb hard drive and a 640m nvidia card. The computer looks great and felt great at first. I disliked the track bad so very much, and it just liked to do what ever at some times. With in the first day of owning it the computer Blue Screened of Death on me. Something about the power system being bad? I thought could be a little bump and Ill go download some updates from Vizio's web site. While there I was able to download their "undates" I dont know if anything was really up to date but the video card drivers on Vizio's web site were WAY out of day. So I installed them and the video seemed to work better. After 7 days of owning it and MANY more BSoD and a few random freezing of the laptop and what seems to be the slowest Ivy Bridge Ive ever came across. I decided to return it and get my money back and buy a different laptop. Over all I think Vizio is on to something with the laptop design but they have some things to change and fix. I would avoid Vizio's computers for a while unless you know somethings about computers.