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Awww, okay I guess I was a little overexcited about the brick...
Anyway, is the pen holder only on the left or on both sides?
Wow, spare powerbrick FTW! Could you elaborate a little more on the pen attachment? Is there a slight recess for the pen or is it just a flat...
I bought a Netgear PTV3000 two days ago, all good so far, updated the firmware right out of the box and had no issues whatsoever getting a good...
Drawboard allows you to insert text notes. Requires a few taps more, but yes it's does allow typed notes.
At the moment it's a little buggy...
The inking experience still can't match up to OneNote, but it's a start. (=
Awww... I was hoping to be able to power it from a USB powerbank (with a little modding to the power connector) as I am doing for my Netgear...
Quick question. What's the voltage and current rating on the power supply?
Glad you found it!
To each his own I guess, I use taps to minimize clicking noise when in quite environments (library, study areas etc.)
Wow, looks pretty sweet! I suppose it will have to run off external supplementary power? Given that the SP3's USB 3.0 does not deliver max power.
Well I would disagree with a pen silo as it wastes precious internal space, prefer a purpose-designed magnetic attachment (currently the power...
I know right?!! I couldn't believe it too the first time I tried MS Sudoku. Very CPU inefficient app perhaps?
[ATTACH] Here you go brother!
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Peltiers are still pretty inefficient no? Be burning off more battery life on the Peltier module than the CPU that way.
As a mechanical engineering undergrad specializing in design, this is me now.
Anyway OP, it's a svelte little fan with air flow...
Nice work! Have you thought about designing a clip-on lens that shortens the SP3 camera focal length?
I'm amazed they even managed to fit a fan in this beastie. Mine's the i5 4GB version.
I've heard it humming a little bit once, when I literally...
Yup, fixed-focus camera. Microsoft engineers must have had a brain fart when they came to the camera.
On the other hand, any DIY-ers out there...