Even the screen is very nice and the backlit keyboard is even better than having the LED light at the top of the screen
Greg: I'm surprised that you find the screen really nice. Can you perhaps expand on your impression? I recieved my X1 Carbon last week, and although I think it's a really sweet, high-end machine, I find the screen only barely accaptable. The nice resolution aside, this is a TN panel with so-and-so viewing angles and color reproduction (gets better with ajustment, I can confirm that). But the most abysmal thing is the high dot pitch - I find it that you can clearly see the black space between the pixels with the naked eye. What is your opinion on this Greg?
Another thing is the trackpad. It has been highly praised by reviewers and users alike, and although I find it very responsive, the double tap usually causes the cursor to "jump" away from whatever I'm trying to push. Anyone else have this problem? Greg? Anyone who perhaps know of a software solution?
Just to be clear: I'm not trying to troll the X1C or anything. I bought one myself and I think it's a nice machine. I'm just trying to get some opinions from other users. I simply can't understand why Lenovo went to all the trouble of designing one of the nicest laptops ever made and then put a very mediocre screen into it - Isn't that like making a Ferrari and then putting cheap tires on it? Why not a nice ISP panel? I don't get it. Are my expectations just to high and this TN panel in reality fine?