X1 Carbon: satisfactory performance, not for heavy use
’s performance is reasonably good for both home-office and coffee-shop use.
The carbon does suffer a bit with heavy workloads, such as some long compilation (eg: GHCJS) tasks or IDE heavylifting (haskell-language-server). However, I can offload them to my remote ssh or distributed build), and then use its binary cache.workstation at home (via manual ssh,
Per the pareto principle, the carbon is still a delight to use, although one must be aware of this compromise in performance, and not to mention memory (16G max RAM).