Our only complaint about the display is that the touchscreen on our device just doesn't work. Taps frequently go unnoticed, which makes navigation and typing on the touch screen very error prone. Scrolling is unreliable, too—swipes meant for scrolling were often interpreted as taps, which led to us accidentally opening things when we wanted to scroll past them. The high error rate makes using the touchscreen an exercise in frustration. If we were given more time with the device, we'd try out a second unit to see if this issue exists in a different model, but with the quick turnaround from receiving a device to embargo, all we can do is list the issues our unit had.http://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2015/...blem-software/
I made two recordings to show them, see good case vs bad case on Youtube. Actually the problems vanish on every second reboot. It is pretty predictable unfortunately, so I return my Pixel C tomorrow and buy a second one.
For me my problem don't look like this http://forum.xda-developers.com/pixe...video-t3268729 but wanted to reference it for people googling about this kind of problem.