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#Actualwodinoneeye

Posted 29 August 2013 - 12:02 AM

 


Oh and you are lucky you dont have the monster laptop I had years ago that if you tried to hold it in your lap you would literally burn your legs (full power CPU and GPU in the thing and retard designers (a well known company) puting the air blower vents on the bottom instead of the sides )

 

Let me guess.. Acer? I had one of theirs and it had the vents on the bottom as well. The damn thing kept overheating.

 

 

Actually was a Toshiba  but was quite a while ago (10+ years) .  Another brainfart on their design was having the CD button such that if you picked the monster up holding on either side at least half the time the button was triggered and the CD shelf would want to open.   Odd thing was that when its sitting in your lap (or on a large book on your lap)  it was almost impossible to find the button to make it open when you WANTED to open it  (it was flush with the side - not recessed which might have prevented both problems)


#1wodinoneeye

Posted 29 August 2013 - 12:02 AM

 


Oh and you are lucky you dont have the monster laptop I had years ago that if you tried to hold it in your lap you would literally burn your legs (full power CPU and GPU in the thing and retard designers (a well known company) puting the air blower vents on the bottom instead of the sides )

 

Let me guess.. Acer? I had one of theirs and it had the vents on the bottom as well. The damn thing kept overheating.

 

 

ctually was a Toshiba  but was quite a while ago (10+ years) .  Another brainfart on their design was having the CD button such that if you picked the monster up holding on either side at least half the time the button was triggered and the CD shelf would want to open.   Odd thing was that when its sitting in your lap (or on a large book on your lap)  it was almost impossible to find the button to make it open when you WANTED to open it  (it was flush with the side - not recessed which might have prevented both problems)


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