Acer has become synonymous with more affordable computer systems. With the release of Windows 8, the touchscreen capabilities have become much more desirable than they were in past operating systems. While Touchscreens prices have come down significantly, they are still a significant expense. But what about a laptop that features a 10-point multitouch display that costs under $800? That is precisely what Acer has does with its latest Aspire V5 model. Is this a true option for those wanting a touschreen based Windows 8 laptop or does it sacrifice other features to be so affordable? Find out in my review of the Acer Aspire V5-571P-6473 laptop.