I'd choose a Suisin INOX over the CarboNext. I just compared them side by side last weekend and, overall performance-wise, the Suisin is superior in my opinion. It' slices vertically and laterally/horizontally much better over the length of the blade, with less resistance and wedging than the CarboNext. Both have comparable food release, i.e. food does stick to both. But, it's also thinner, but stiff and sturdy, more balanced in hand, and if the OP is a lefty, the grind is much more favorable for a lefty from what I saw because my CarboNext has a very right-hand biased grind - it's convexed on the right side but, AFAICT, it's flat on the left. The edge bevel, however, for the regular sharpened knife is close to 50/50.
But, if the OP likes a more sturdy/solid feeling knife with heft, I would choose the CarboNext. And, despite my preference for the Suisin, the CarboNext is a really good knife for the price. I can think of a several other knives that I would not choose over the CarboNext that are more expensive. (I can't give an opinion as to ultimate sharpness or edge retention as I haven't used them over an extended period of time yet.)