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  1. Ashlander

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    Break in time depends on the paste. Most of the newer good pastes don't have one, or are at least advertised as such.
     
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    Has anyone else had a problem with bluetooth headset mic not working or stopping working after 5 minutes or less, and have to disable/enable or restart it for it to work every 5 minutes or less? I've tried updating and downgrading bluetooth and audio drivers but it hasn't helped. The bluetooth headset mic works fine on my other Windows 10 PC.
     
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    Clevo PB71RF-G and other new 17" models finally at Clevo's website.

    https://www.clevo.com.tw/clevo_prodetail.asp?id=1214&lang=en

    Surprise, no UHD possibility mentioned whatsoever in none of the models, tired of waiting for a reseller or Clevo to provide something worthy in EU. Will switch to Asus or MSI, or start waiting for AMD Navi I guess..
     
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    Does anyone know the real weight of the 17" version?

    I do see it spec'd everywhere around 2.9 Kg [6.5 lb], but I'd like to know the actual weight.

    Because the 15" is advertised as 2.54 Kg [5.61 lb], when in fact it's 2.32 Kg [5.12 lb] with a hdd.
     
  6. Meaker@Sager

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    That does seem reasonable for the weight of the 17.
     
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    I never understood all the fuss about the weight. Does it really matter if it's less than a pound heavier or lighter? Surely people can still carry that.
     
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    Flight weight restrictions and back health can be big factors to people.
     
  9. Xikar

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    I would think the spec’d weight is reliable, excluding the addition of components, which seems trivial.

    I can anecdotally tell you that the weight of the unit and the power supply is laughably lighter than my old 377.
     
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    Asus tend to leave out the battery, hdd, ram etc from their weight to make it look better.
     
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