count me in as well with my SP2. :(
But, using "powercfg -devicequery wake_armed" may have found a solution. it listed the following as candidates:
HID-compliant mouse (001)
Surface Type Cover Filter Device
HID Keyboard Device (001)
Going into the Device Manager, Power...
I'm pretty sure I didn't see this posted anywhere here.
Not that what Mozilla released (as a beta and mostly Nightlies) was any great shakes, but this kinda sucks. If my understanding is correct, this was never intended to be an RT release anyway so what was the point? (Or am wrong about...
picked up the T630 Ultrathin based on comments here. A bit small for my hands, cramping eventually sets in. Also, the lack of a "tap" option (as opposed to mechanical click) is a bit disappointing since it limits the number of surfaces it can be used on. It's just software, the mouse has the...
But they don't list the Pro's 88W8797 chipset in their list. They have a generic installer for x64 OS'. The latest driver though from last Nov., .160 is no where to be found.
Interesting. Very similar use case to me. The only differences are I have a 4300u and the older .150 WiFi driver. It's still not clear to me how to get the .160 driver, apparently some got it through either the Dec. 2013 or Jan. 2014 updates though a lot of us did not.
You might want to...
are you sure you're pressing in the right spot? the active area is in the lower third of either side of the touch pad. you have to give a little bit of effort with the push and hold it there for a second or so. then you'll hear the "click."
mennogreg: some questions.
- is your CPU a 4200u or 4300u?
- is WiFi on the entire time?
- is Bluetooth on the entire time?
- what is the version of your WiFi (Marvell) driver?
- do you ever open up the desktop? (I'm guessing yes)
- rough number of processes running?
Yep, that's the one I have. it's great, more key functionality than the Type Cover 2 as well. Only downside is its not backlit.
Logitech, you listening? Add a small touch pad to this and we'll all buy it. :)
Ditto. Beyond silly trackpad. No two tap drag capability? Bah. I hope it goes out the door with Mr. Balmer.
I'm assuming Apple has a patent lock on their glass trackpad, which is why no one can duplicate it. The Logitech T650 touch pad is actually pretty nice though. I'm considering taking it...
That's what Anandtech said they were getting after the Oct. update and I never get anything close to that doing the same tasks. I'm lucky if I get 5.5 hours. I'm wondering if it might have something to do with the people/mail/calendar triumvirate, which seems to be rather up there in CPU time use.