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Posted by Astar
 - November 15, 2020, 01:39:29
Considering the terrible reputation of this company with failed deliveries, I wonder why anybody would still risk ordering anything with them. Just Google and their failures to honour fully paid orders even after a year or more of waiting, failure to issue refunds etc. smack of a con-job.

How about addressing every outstanding order on the first gen before even talking about a 2nd version?

Even if there are no outstanding issues on 1st gen orders, I wouldn't even touch this Tiger Lake rubbish. So many people have said that they wanted to see AMD Ryzen 4000 in the device. Yet they go with the crap Intel in a severely TDP constrained chasis?

Removal of the BT keyboard is another backward step but in light of the aforementioned issues, almost seems like a trivial waste of time!
Posted by S.Yu
 - October 30, 2020, 21:07:36
Removing BT is bad, even if they do get to deliver the product.
Posted by Redaktion
 - October 30, 2020, 18:19:30
The Eve V 2020 is an upcoming Intel Tiger Lake-powered convertible PC that, as its OEM likes to say, was co-designed with its fans. The latest stage in its ongoing production involves finalizing the design of its detachable keyboard. It now apparently combines aspects of a few previous concepts, the custom button functions of which Eve now invites feedback on.