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    Quote Originally Posted by Butler Log View Post
    Workstation notebooks don't need to have the dimensions, battery life and weight of an ultrabook.
    I was talking about heat dissipation, yeah its obviously going to be a bit big and poor battery life relative to other laptops.

    But heat sounds like a real problem with having that much power so compact.

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    And yet most customers I visit have tons and tons of computing power left. Their main concern tends to be powerusage. So I can see why they are focussing on that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Methanar View Post
    It probably overheats in about 10 minutes, and weighs 25+ lbs.
    From what I've seen, Sager's notebooks are really built well with exceptional cooling. It probably runs a bit hot, but overheats? No.

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    Not to mention power outlets in most respectable lounges, hotels etc. not sure the battery life is that huge of a concern, there are exceptions of course.
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