My spec - I5, 4gb ram, 120gb ssd, 3xwifi, no camera, bluetooth or finger reader. I really like it and the more I use it the more I like it so that’s a good sign! It’s exactly what I wanted and I have found nothing I absolutely hate. I'm pretty happy about that given the difficulty and stress of buying without trying. These are some initial thoughts. Like my galaxy tab it takes a little time to tweak a device exactly how you like it and I’m not all there yet. I didn’t remove the Lenovo utilities because some look useful so I want to check em out. I believe the function pgup key is supposed to turn on a light from the camera like a nightlight for night typing I guess. There’s really not enough light from the screen itself to light it up. So if you got a camera and type at night it’ll help. I read a little in bed in tablet mode with no lights and it was no problem. edit: light is x220 laptop only according to the user guide Diggin the touch screen which is saving me a lot mousing around and even better than some keyboard shortcuts. Darthen I’ll do my best but it’s really hard to describe the answer to your question about glare in another post. I had a chance to use it a client site today. The site is a notch above a construction site. There was definitely some glare on the screen when using it face down in tablet mode to take some notes. But this was basically directly under the kind of cheap 4 tube neon light you might have in your garage and a 10 foot ceiling - so basically 6-7 feet from the device on a table and literally straight overhead. Many office spaces usually have much better dispersed light. A slight tilt of the unit moved the glare off the screen and no glare in laptop mode or when holding it in your lap and facing you in tablet mode. Bottom line I can’t imagine any screen that wouldn’t get a glare on it in that light. Under my kitchen table it was much less noticeable directly under a kitchen table light. It’s also more of a muted glare from the touch layer I guess. Like my galaxy tab is a much glossier mirror-like reflective glare. Love the keyboard. I’m not sure if it’s the extra width from the screen size but it feels great to type on. Also like the mat feel of the touchpad. Not much use for the red nub. The battery hump. I will order a 3 cell flush battery whenever they become available. Was undecided at the time and didn’t know that apparently the only way to get one right now is with a system. It’s not because I find the 6 cell that protrudes a problem. I simply want the smallest footprint I can get sometimes like hanging on the couch reading or browsing. The 6 cell actually does function as a brace when holding it. The slight elevation on the bottom isn’t a big deal either. It actually tilts the keyboard forward a tiny bit when it’s on a flat table which is perfect imho. It also gives the device a tiny tilt when lying flat on a table in tablet mode which works for me to. Display quality - subjective obviously. Text clarity. I read a lot so this was a key for me and it looks great. Brightness and colors look great as well. I imagine it’s a little less bright and vibrant than a gorilla glass with no touch layer. Brightness goes to 15 and I had it set around 13 for office / kitchen table work, a little dimmer for reading with less light. Screen size. I can see how the wider narrower screen will disorient some. However the more I use it the more I like it – especially in wide mode. In portrait mode I imagine you will either be ok with it, like it, or hate it. I don’t think too many people will say I love it. That said, I was inking over a Word document today in portrait mode and really liked that with the extra screen length I could have the ribbon bar dropped down and see the full size page in “text width” view and still actually read it. As relates to web browsing there isn’t a tablet I’ve used that didn’t require a lot of panning in the browser. In wide mode my MSN and Yahoo home pages fit perfect. Browsing in portrait mode may become a thing you do when you want to. For example, looking at these blog posts on this site actually look good in portrait mode. I also used it on a few sites where I wanted to “not” see the advertising poo on the left or right. Seems really well constructed and has nice solid feel including the swivel hinge. Since I have the dubious honor of receiving mine already I'll do my best to answer some questions. I don't have a video recorder so can't help there sorry.