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  • The video made me notice something for the first time. When a laptops flip open, do the keyboard and trackpad lock? Or are people typing "jdffggggggggg" while drawing or tabletting?

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    On Windows, it goes into tablet-mode — most of the desktop becomes much more "touch-friendly".  On Linux, I think it just disables the keyboard and touchpad.  Yes... it does.

    That's why I keep a little OnBoard launcher in my top-panel — to open the on-screen keyboard

    OnBoard launcher

    I just went down to the kitchen and tested it.  Then I realized, "Wow... I haven't used my 2-in-1 as a tablet in years."  Not since the lock-downs began, in 2020.

    I actually used that feature often, for the 1st 8 months.  But, I became accustomed to always having a table or counter-top available.  And I just stopped using it as a tablet.

    I'm amazed how solid the hinge remains.  When I bought that IdeaPad Flex, in 2019, I thought, "It's solid now.  But, surely it will become a problem in a few years."  Nope.

    I'd say it's as solid today as it ever was.  But, that's not physically possible.  Instead, "It's degradation is imperceptible — but, not unmeasurable."

    Just watch... now that I've made that claim, it will just fall apart on me. lol

  • Wear and tear are obviously inevitable. Good to know it's also minimal, negligible. Do you use it everyday? 's Main machine?

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    Up 4d 4h — 7% remainingOn a nearly 5-year-old internal battery (click image to enlarge; 606×207 original):

    I was mistaken about the remaining percentage, though — 7% (not 3%).

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    Up 4d 4h — 7% remainingOn a nearly 5-year-old internal battery (click image to enlarge; 606×207 original):

    I was mistaken about the remaining percentage, though — 7% (not 3%).

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