Pilef

Pilef

  • Pilef replied to the topic Brightness solution in the forum Cube Thinker 1 year ago

    Thank you very much !

    I have been looking for such piece of software for a while without finding it.

    You made my day ­čśÇ

  • For travelling, I’m using this charger :┬áhttps://www.amazon.fr/gp/product/B01C847NUK/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o04_s01?ie=UTF8&psc=1

    It is very convenient and provides numerous USB charging ports. The USB-C port is charging the Thinker faster than the original provided charger.

  • I can unfortunately confirm that the HiPen H3 is not working on my Thinker.

  • Pilef replied to the topic Removing weights in the forum Cube Thinker 1 year, 8 months ago

    Hi Paolo,

    The weights are hold only by some kind of double sided duct tape. I used a flat screw driver to remove them.

    The duct tape is strong but it shouldn’t resist you ­čśë

  • Hi,

    I have done some testing today.

    So both the wall charger and the powerbank can charge the I35 while in use. However under heavy load, the powerbank can only prevent the interval battery from getting lower. Under heavy load the wall charger does its job by charging the battery.

    Unfortunately, if you plug the wall charger to the I35 while it…[Read more]

  • Hi,

    I have done some testing today.

    So both the wall charger and the powerbank can charge the I35 while in use. However under heavy load, the powerbank can only prevent the interval battery from getting lower. Under heavy load the wall charger does its job by charging the battery.

    Unfortunately, if you plug the wall charger to the I35 while it…[Read more]

  • Hi Nader,

    Yes I was talking about the wall charger that comes with the powerbank.

    It seems very effective, because it just charged my I35 from 5% to 99% in two hours.

    I can’t answer you about the voltage used.┬áOn the wall charger it is written the following values for the output: 5V/3A, 9V/2A, 15V/2A, 20V/1.5A

    Also I have done a test with the…[Read more]

  • Hi Nader,

    Yes I was talking about the wall charger that comes with the powerbank.

    It seems very effective, because it just charged my I35 from 5% to 99% in two hours.

    I can’t answer you about the voltage used.┬áOn the wall charger it is written the following values for the output: 5V/3A, 9V/2A, 15V/2A, 20V/1.5A

    Also I have done a test with the…[Read more]

  • Hi again,

    I have just received this power bank : https://www.amazon.fr/dp/B01LLFUMFU/ref=pe_3044141_189395771_TE_dp_1

    Both the power bank and the wall charger are able to charge de Cube I35 using their USB-C port, but you need to purchase a USB-C to USB-C cable separately  because it is not provided by RAVPower (!).

    I didn’t have the time to d…[Read more]

  • Hi again,

    I have just received this power bank : https://www.amazon.fr/dp/B01LLFUMFU/ref=pe_3044141_189395771_TE_dp_1

    Both the power bank and the wall charger are able to charge de Cube I35 using their USB-C port, but you need to purchase a USB-C to USB-C cable separately  because it is not provided by RAVPower (!).

    I didn’t have the time to d…[Read more]

  • Hi again,

    I have just received this power bank : https://www.amazon.fr/dp/B01LLFUMFU/ref=pe_3044141_189395771_TE_dp_1

    Both the power bank and the wall charger are able to charge de Cube I35 using their USB-C port, but you need to purchase a USB-C to USB-C cable separately  because it is not provided by RAVPower (!).

    I didn’t have the time to d…[Read more]

  • Pilef replied to the topic Removing weights in the forum Cube Thinker 1 year, 11 months ago

    To be fair, if the screen is pushed back over 45┬░ (from an imaginary vertical line) the keyboard starts to lift a little by itself.

    In that case touching the screen increases the phenomena, and the keyboard is lifted every time you push the screen. But the laptop never falls back, it becomes just unstable.

    If the screen remains in the 0┬░ – 4…[Read more]

  • Pilef replied to the topic Removing weights in the forum Cube Thinker 1 year, 11 months ago

    To be fair, if the screen is pushed back over 45┬░ (from an imaginary vertical line) the keyboard starts to lift a little by itself.

    In that case touching the screen increases the phenomena, and the keyboard is lifted every time you push the screen. But the laptop never falls back, it becomes just unstable.

    If the screen remains in the 0┬░ – 4…[Read more]

  • Pilef replied to the topic Removing weights in the forum Cube Thinker 1 year, 11 months ago

    To be fair, if the screen is pushed back over 45┬░ (from an imaginary vertical line) the keyboard starts to lift a little by itself.

    In that case touching the screen increases the phenomena, and the keyboard is lifted every time you push the screen. But the laptop never falls back, it becomes just instable.

    If the screen remains in the 0┬░ – 4…[Read more]

  • Pilef replied to the topic Removing weights in the forum Cube Thinker 1 year, 11 months ago

    To be fair, if the screen is pushed back over 45┬░ (from an imaginary vertical line) the keyboard starts to lift a little by itself.

    In that case touching the screen increases the phenomena, and the keyboard is lifted evry time you push the screen. But the laptop never falls back, it becomes just instable.

    If the screen remains in the 0┬░ – 45┬░ ra…[Read more]

  • Pilef started the topic Removing weights in the forum Cube Thinker 1 year, 11 months ago

    Hi,

    I succesfully removed the two weights that are below the battery.

    It decreases the total weight by exactly 99g

    Surprisingly, the laptop remains balanced and the screen doesn’t swing out backwards making me wonder why Cube put them in place.

     

     

     

  • Pilef started the topic Removing weights in the forum Cube Thinker 1 year, 11 months ago

    Hi,

    I succesfully removed the two weights that are below the battery.

    It decreases the total weight by exactly 99g

    Surpringly, the laptop remains balanced and the screen doesn’t swing out backwards making me wonder why Cube put them in place.

     

     

     

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