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|Author:||Sussol [ Sun Oct 16, 2016 10:54 am ]|
|Post subject:||Can µSVR manage a battery like a laptop?|
Can the µSVR manage a power supply battery, and if so, how can it be fitted?
There are bits of evidence that the µSVR is a bit like a laptop:
1. I occasionally notice a battery icon in the taskbar at the bottom right of the window (Windows OS).
2. Power settings include when to turn off the screen and go to sleep 'When plugged in'
3. Additional Power settings cover what to do when the lid is closed.
It'd be really great if the µSVR (and Airtop) could work with a battery power system in much the way as a laptop does - particularly if it could gracefully shut down when the battery power gets low.
Does anybody have any thoughts - particularly if you're one of the product designers at Compulab
|Author:||mbirger [ Tue Oct 18, 2016 7:22 am ]|
|Post subject:||Re: Can µSVR manage a battery like a laptop?|
uSVR and Airtop don't have batteries to power the PC, therefore no battery power management there.
Please ignore all batteries notifications in the OS.
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