05-18-2009 11:54 AM
I just bought a the Lenovo x200tablet (ordered 4/2/09)...great system, btw...however....
When I close the lid to enter tablet mode, the screen does not rest solidly on the rubber risers on the latch side's corners. There is a small gap, large enough for about 6 or 7 stacked business cards at each corner. As a result, when you are inking in the corners in the left edge of the screen, there is a noticable amount of play. As a test, I tried to see if business cards would make a difference...it did, but it is certainly not ideal....
The latch is secure and fully engaged. I placed a metal ruler along the bezel, directly over the latch and camera module and can confirm that the screen is warped by about 1-2mm in each corner. If placing the ruler on the reverse side, if I fully depress the lower edge of the frame onto the lower risers, a ~4-5mm gap emerges at the opposite corner...most often where I am inking.
I have been very delicate and careful using my tablet...I know that it is not because of sheer force or torquing of the lid when opening/closing, etc.
How many owners have this problem? Any recommended method to correct this problem?
I can foresee that studying powerpoint lectures 10-14 hrs a day for med school (starting August) on this warped screen may be a serious issue.
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05-18-2009 01:28 PM