So How Well Does The Hi12 Handle Warm Temperatures? Turns Out It Does Very Well.

By Tim

Today I was, as usual, using the Hi12 tablet with my Logitech K480 keyboard and a wireless mouse for the usual work related stuff. Editing web sites, looking things up, watch a video and some light Excel use.

Today however was supposed to be quite warm and I was curious to see what the internal temps would run at, so over a period of 8 hrs I took some screen captures of what HWInfo was telling me. Surprisingly with the ambient temperature hovering a little over 91F the tablet never got all that hot at all.

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It appears as if the highest temp reached all day was 60C, but the averages, although they did creep up a bit, never went beyond about 48C

Below you will see several of the screenshots I took today.



Keep in mind that the tablet is surrounded by a leather case and that I was running on the ComFast Dual-Band adapter, with the internal WiFi also running, so I was surprised temps didn’t get quite a bit higher.  Battery life seemed none the worse either, as at the 8 hr mark I had 49% battery remaining.

That is all for now,

Tim

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