Re: x200t multitouch screen viewing angles and portrait viewing
I know this is happen but it is not because of the touch layer. It is only because of there is no touch panel on the face side. Actually touch layer is on the back side of the screen. So if you go for the frameless version so you will face this issue. And the other important thing for you is that the screen that is X200t utilizes PVA, not IPS. As such, the performance angle is worse. The PVA panel on my X200t is washed out following a certain angle. I would suggest you that get the X61t in its place, in the company of true IPS screen, or the CCFL variant of the X200t, which motionless utilize the IPS screen. Actually the graininess is not able to be fixed. This is the same issue happen with the most of the tablets.
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