I wouldn't even mind it lasting just an hour as long as I could set the various control panels to a "max performance / minimum battery" setting to get the same performance as the 4500U benchmark videos I've seen on Youtube for dozens of games, but I'm not even sure that the various power options give that level of control to make battery performance equal to wall performance.
Thanks for the excellent review!Couple of questions that I may have missed the answer to in the article:1) How is the battery life when gaming? I see the load test shows 116 minutes, but is that a purely CPU load, or CPU + GPU? (Power draw numbers weren't listed for Witcher 3, so I believe that load test may just be CPU load). I'm hoping the machine can get 90-120 minutes while running a modern game at moderate brightness.2) Does the machine throttle under CPU + graphics load, like playing games, when it's fully folded over into tablet mode with the back of the screen up against the back of the base? I have a use case where I'd like to use one of these in tablet mode propped up on a treadmill to play games. The exhaust would be facing up, so that should be fine, but I am concerned the screen being folded over might not allow the intake to get enough air and the machine could throttle. Would really love to get confirmation that the machine doesn't throttle in that configuration while running games for a period of time!
Is the fan actually turned off in idle, or does it keep spinning all the time?The review says that it stays quiet but not completely sure what that means.
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