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Old 05-02-2019, 02:09 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi all,

I am looking for a new detachable / convertible that should have the following "special" requirements:

1) the fan / cooling system should only be in the display unit (so not in the "Keyboard" unit). For example as in the Surface Pro.

2) it should have at least one Thunderbolt 3 port

3) Display should be at least 13"

I have only found the Acer switch 7. But this device is already kind of old.

Any tips are highly appreciated.

Thanks.

Dominic
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Not many are made because it's a bad design. The fan setup gets hot when using gpu intense software and makes the unit heavy.
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