Has anyone used one of these for any length of time? I am looking for honest opinions and not marketing glib.
Already had to get them like it or not but wondered if I should expect any issues with overheating due to size and such. I was kind of surprised to see that they come with tiny cooling fans (of some kind) in a true tablet form factor. Don't know why MS didn't bother to make the keyboard (Type-cover) out of a Lithium Polymer so it could serve as an additional battery source.
As a side question, I need to locate two fire-engine red "sleeves". I searched Amazon and found quite a few but can't "road test" them all. In this case, the users want light-weight more than "protection" from damage as the are "upper management" and live out of airports (more or less) spending more time in the air than on the ground.
The red color to match the Type-cover is probably just as important, it has to be a close match. And needs to be more of a velvet pouch from what I can get out of the people they were purchased for. Sad
This is the where the world of tech has gone.. Fashion sense matters most now
Opinions of what to expect would be appreciated as I will be the one who has to keep them running with remote support if they choke-up 1000 miles from home. I just hope someone here has had one for a while.
Mfr websites to this day still post intelligent things like "In case of system lock-up to first remove the battery ..."
!! I have seen this advice posted on almost every site from HP to Toshiba even though they know the battery in those ultra-books can't be accessed without a can-opener!