Aero 15 X w/ 1070 Max-Q

Discussion in 'Gigabyte and Aorus' started by rickybambi, Sep 25, 2017.

  1. droidfury

    droidfury Notebook Guru

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    So I am not the only one with unit with no usb in the adapter. Anyway I am also disappointed with this since it is useful.

    Just want to ask if there is a fix for the double entry in some keys when pressing itt (like this)?
     
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    Registered just to comment on this. I'm experiencing the double key entry enough to consider my new Aero 15X unusable at the moment - despite a lot of searching I can't find anything close to a solution.
     
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    Proper fix probably doesn't exist as this is a hardware issue related to the key switches.
    Using a higher threshold on that program fixes the issue for me though.
     
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    The logo on the back can't be turned off because it is using the backlight of the display panel, this way it also doesn't consume extra battery (if that was a concern) because the panel is already on anyway.
     
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    Thanks for the update! They told me too to send the device too but I cannot miss the device for work right now. At least it feels a bit safer now the adapter model is different so it won't be likely to happen again.
     
  8. tiredjohn

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    That's incredibly disappointing. The chatter is so bad that the software solution needs to be set to 100ms to eliminate the issue entirely, at which point it starts to interfere with typing. Does anyone know if Gigabyte has acknowledged the issue?
     
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    sockfish Notebook Consultant

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    I also find the chatter extremely frustrating. It is unfortunate that the internals/specs are fantastic but the basic things like keyboard and trackpad are terrible. The chatter is a design defect IMO and is unacceptable.
     
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  10. Shinoke

    Shinoke Notebook Guru

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    Why didn't they just use normal switches?
    It seems most find it too hard to type on - requires too much effort.
    And there's clearly a chatter issue.
    Solution - normal switches!

    Shouldn't be too hard for them to change the switches/keyboard for new or replacement models.

    And why don't they just use a precision touchpad rather than a Elan one?
    Cost cutting?

    Not sure what the idea behind the keyboard is though - is it meant to feel more mechanical and provide better feedback? Is it a hybrid solution - not just membrane switches?

    'Tis a shame. Appararent poor support, quality/service doesn't help either.
    A 2k laptop should have everything right, or certainly come close.

    Hmm
     
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