Have this laptop (i5 version) now for a small week and since there are hardly any reviews of this thought I would add a short rewview of it here. In a nutshell its a rather cheap and feature-rich business 2-1 laptop but with a cheap sounding touchpad and lots of bloatware (all can be removed however). I think I will shop for a full AES pen too though (maybe there is something with magnets). Pros: - inlcuded dockable Acer pen which writes & sketches well (Wacom AES) - feel sturdy, MLT-STD - mostly silent - nice keyboard with backlighting - privacy slider and nice camera - fast Samsung SSD (512 gb) - cheap in the sense that you can easily upgrade ram - one of the most broad port selection I have ever seen on a 14" laptop (Thunderbolt 4, usb A x2, headphone, hdmi, lock, microSd and even a network port) - slightly lighter than budget 14" 2-1 laptops at 1.4 kg (vs 1.5 kg) - Windows 10 Pro - decent audio (will have to test this more) Cons: - cheap sounding touchpad - acer pen seems fragile, has a side button for Eraser and Right Click but it does not work as well as eg Surface Pen buttons - bloatware galore (you need to install Norton's uninstaller to uninstall Norton AV ). I kept Acer ControlCenter, Configuration Manager and Quick Acess. - dedicated home/end buttons would have been nice (like HP laptops have) - device gets warm on the left side, would recommend placing the laptop a cooler or stand if doing heavy tasks (on lap seems fine too) - 16:10 or 3:2 screen would be better for a 14" imo Neutral: - screen is ok for the entry price not more than that. - bottom bezel is large but on the other hand this elevates the screen - performance is smooth (single core performance is good and good build in graphics card), multicore performance is ok but not top class I think I will give it a 8 out 10.