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Re: What's the lightest laptop that you travel with? [WARNING: 2 tiny pix]

#31 Post by QWERTY Andreas » Mon Jan 23, 2017 2:18 pm

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QWERTY Andreas wrote:Im looking forward to have a new "up to date, pocketable computer": https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/a-la ... --2#/story
Interesting concept, especially the mechanical keyboard. Unfortunately there is no mobile Internet connection.
I have had it for some months now. I think there are a lot of "nice to have" stuff that are missing. But at the price of 299$, i don't think its too bad.

For mobile internet i tether my Lumia 950XL for 4G/LTE. So thats not the biggest concern.

And batterylife is impressive at over 7h of use when not playing games :thumbs-UP: (Actually i haven't "tested" it, since i yet have to run it dry)

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#32 Post by jimizhu » Mon Jan 23, 2017 2:22 pm

I travel with a Dell XPS 11, the screen is a killer for viewing photos (I like photographing).


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#33 Post by pianowizard » Tue Jan 24, 2017 10:05 pm

Puppy wrote:Unfortunately there is no mobile Internet connection.
I am still using my Thinkpad 8 as my primary mobile computer and have to say that its built-in WWAN has gotten me addicted to having internet access wherever I go (on a real computer rather than a smartphone). I have continued to enjoy its pocketability, and it's really nice to be able to use it in either landscape or portrait orientation. Its having an HDMI port is also convenient -- most other similarly sized, professional grade Windows tablets (e.g. the Dell Venue 8 ) lack an HDMI port. I wonder if there will ever be a pocketable Windows tablet with an InfinityEdge-like bezel, so the screen would be close to 9" rather than 8.3". That would be my dream mobile computer!
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#34 Post by WarMachine » Thu Feb 16, 2017 9:47 am

Hello,

I have travelled with a very little PC, the Spiga, made by Sagemcom (and it's french, cocorico ! :) ).
http://www.minimachines.net/promos-et-s ... -8-3g-4842

Unfortunately, the battery life isn't nice, no more than 2 hours when the battery was still OK.
I prefer to take a Thinkpad with me. I travelled a lot with one of my X31, or more recently, the X200. Not as little as the Spiga, but I can do all I do at home. :)

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#35 Post by Puppy » Thu Feb 16, 2017 10:16 am

pianowizard wrote:I wonder if there will ever be a pocketable Windows tablet with an InfinityEdge-like bezel, so the screen would be close to 9" rather than 8.3". That would be my dream mobile computer!
No, Windows tablets are dead unfortunately. There might be an ARM based devices having the limited Windows Cloud OS but chance you get non-crippled OS in tablet is very low.

HP Pro Tablet 608 has USB-C port you can use for video output.
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#36 Post by Temetka » Mon Mar 20, 2017 10:38 pm

Funnily enough, a few months ago I pulled out my X301 that I bought from here and re-installed my SSD into it.

I have since fallen totally in love with the machine. I did purchase a T430s from e-bay which I am somewhat looking forward to. (More on that later). But in terms of lightness, this machine is by far the lightest laptop I have ever used. I'm still amazed by how light it is. It's CPU handles everything I need from a machine today with a few workarounds. I am only using Linux on the machine (BunsenLabs) and the only thing that really gives me any kind of CPU stress so far is Youtube @ 720. I bought the T430s as an experiment. First off I wanted to try the new keyboard and secondly for a bit more CPU power which is the only issue I have with the X301.

I'm hoping the weight difference between the 2 machines isn't that noticeable. Thinkwiki puts it thusly:

X301 - 1.33 - 1.42kg (2.19 - 3.15lbs)
T430s - 1.79kg (3.94lbs)

So on paper it is heavier but I'm curious how it feels in the hand. If it's too heavy I might sell it and go for an X230s. Thinkwiki didn't have the weight info but according to Lenovo:

X230s - 2.96lbs or 1.34kg which puts it pretty much at the same weight as my X301.

I don't need much CPU grunt from a laptop. Just enough to handle the following (in no order)

1. E-mail using OWA or gmail.com
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5. Streaming media @ 480 or 720p. I mostly listen to YouTube streams on Buddhist teachings (ex: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pPk-pxhyYeg), background music or video's on old school big iron like SUN/SGI gear because it's fun to do so.

That's about it. Of course picture viewing using w/e pic viewer comes with the OS. In this case it's Mirage. In Windows I use the built in one. Works fine.

I still have a Precision M4800 with a quad core i7 and 16GB of RAM and an Optiplex 790 with 16GB of RAM, a 1GB 550ti and 250GB SSD at my shop w/dual LCD's. But those machines were free. I don't "need" the CPU power.

I've been making a lot of changes in my life. Key among them is evaluating need vs want. My inner geek wants the latest and greatest, tons of cores, son on a so forth. Just to say I have it. On the flip side it's also a ton of fun to squeeze the last bit of performance out of a machine. I guess what I'm getting at is a realization and acceptance of the fact that pursuing the whole gotta have the best mentality was costing me money and of course had gear piling up everywhere. Not good for me. I've purged almost everything. It feels great too.

Kind of went off topic there, but whatever. Thanks for reading it / letting me share it.
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#37 Post by jaspen-meyer » Wed Mar 22, 2017 12:49 am

pianowizard wrote:When you want to travel as light as possible but must bring a laptop along, what's your laptop of choice? As many of you know, I am obsessed with traveling light.
I arrange for a laptop to be waiting for me at my destination. Saves weight, and gives me something to look forward to.

When travel weight is less of a concern, I tote my x60s around, and arrange for just an adapter to be waiting at my destination.
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#38 Post by Dekks » Wed Mar 22, 2017 12:24 pm

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#39 Post by kfzhu1229 » Wed Mar 22, 2017 4:46 pm

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#40 Post by pianowizard » Sun Mar 26, 2017 1:55 pm

kfzhu1229 wrote:ThinkPad 240 which is not mine
Ah, that brings back some memories! For a while in around 2005, the 240 was my lightest laptop and so I traveled with it. It had no WWAN and back then many hotels didn't provide free WiFi either, so I used the 240's dialup modem to go online through Juno's free internet service. Once I needed to email a 6MB file and that took like half an hour!
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#41 Post by Temetka » Tue Mar 28, 2017 4:00 am

I used Netzero back in the day. There was a .dll hack the disabled their ads also. I used it on my Armada 4131T and Thinkpad 770 until we got cable at the house. Once I got the wife doing on-line shopping using high speed internet, she's always made sure that I got us the best internet we can afford. :P
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#42 Post by pianowizard » Sat May 20, 2017 8:29 am

pianowizard wrote:
Tue Jan 24, 2017 10:05 pm
I am still using my Thinkpad 8 as my primary mobile computer and have to say that its built-in WWAN has gotten me addicted to having internet access wherever I go (on a real computer rather than a smartphone). I have continued to enjoy its pocketability, and it's really nice to be able to use it in either landscape or portrait orientation.
I've now replaced the Thinkpad 8 with a Microsoft Surface 3 with 4GB RAM, 128GB eMMC, and LTE WWAN. OMG, it's sooooo much nicer than the Thinkpad 8 in every single way, except it's heavier and bulkier (and hence not pocketable). Importantly, it is charged through a microUSB port just like the Thinkpad 8, so when I travel I can carry just a small charger for both my phone and the Surface.

This Surface will replace all my other mobile computers: Sony Pro 13, Dell Inspiron 7568, Panasonic CF-Y9, and Thinkpad 8. I am also selling my HP 8200 Elite minitower. After getting rid of all these, I will possess only three computers: the Surface 3, the HP 8300 Elite minitower, and the Dell OptiPlex 9010 SFF desktop. Life will be simple again!
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#43 Post by Puppy » Sat May 20, 2017 11:42 am

pianowizard wrote:
Sat May 20, 2017 8:29 am
I've now replaced the Thinkpad 8 with a Microsoft Surface 3 with 4GB RAM, 128GB eMMC, and LTE WWAN.
What LTE module does it have ? Is it reliable in connected standby mode ? Windows 10 can no longer play sound notification when a new email arrives (unlike Windows 8.1) in connected standby mode :( This is essential feature for me.
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#44 Post by pianowizard » Sun May 21, 2017 3:35 pm

Puppy wrote:
Sat May 20, 2017 11:42 am
What LTE module does it have ? Is it reliable in connected standby mode ? Windows 10 can no longer play sound notification when a new email arrives (unlike Windows 8.1) in connected standby mode :( This is essential feature for me.
No idea, for both questions. I don't use standby mode, and I don't have the Surface with me as I am traveling in Spain and Germany for 9 days, although you can probably easily look up what LTE module the Surface 3 uses.For the first time in over a decade, I am not bringing a computer to a big trip. I grabbed just my Huawei Honor X2 smartphone (7" 1920x1200, Android 6) and a Bluetooth keyboard, so I can travel even lighter than usual. As long as I don't need to edit my talk's PowerPoint file or do anything complicated that requires Windows programs, I will be alright. BTW, this Bluetooth keyboard has a touchpad, which moves a mouse pointer on the screen. I realized that Android supports a mouse pointer only very recently and find it quite helpful. I don't understand why the vast majority of smartphone keyboards lack touchpads.

But back to the Surface 3. Many people would find the pixel density of its 10.8" 1920x1280 screen extremely high (213.7 DPI), but I feel very comfortable using it at Windows 10's 100% scaling, in desktop mode rather than tablet mode. The extra rows of pixels make the screen much more useful than FHD, and it's in fact noticeably better than WUXGA. I wish more laptops had 3:2 screens. I bet many people on this forum would love the 12" 1920x1280 screen of HP's X2 detachables.
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#45 Post by ilakast » Sun May 21, 2017 4:33 pm

Using a terminal based linux OS I need a physical keyboard so I cannot stand tablets/smartphones. So for travelling I am using a X201 with a X200s 1440x900 screen. Fits great on a plane's table and there is no issue about not having enough battery charge as most planes now offer an AC plug
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#46 Post by kfzhu1229 » Tue May 23, 2017 12:25 pm

ilakast wrote:
Sun May 21, 2017 4:33 pm
Using a terminal based linux OS I need a physical keyboard so I cannot stand tablets/smartphones.
You know for most Android devices you can use otg to attach a keyboard right? that feature comes in handy at times but yea getting a x series laptop is better at other times
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#47 Post by jdrou » Wed May 24, 2017 6:56 pm

Lightest laptop I've traveled with is the Surface Pro 4 at around 2.5 lb. including keyboard and stylus.

I'm seriously tempted by the current iteration of the Dell XPS 13: has the Kaby Lake i7 CPU with Iris Pro graphics like the refreshed Surface Pro i7, larger and higher-res screen, Thunderbolt 3 (that you can also charge it with) + 2x USB 3.1 type A ports, and user-replaceable battery and SSD. Also the SD Card slot is UHS-II while the one on my SP4 is only UHS-I (not sure if they updated this on the new version). All in roughly the same size + weight. Only major lack is the ability to detach the keyboard which I've never used (barely tried out the stylus either). It's actually a bit more expensive than new Surface Pro in the 256GB/8GB config but tradeoff is that you can buy that and upgrade the SSD yourself for far less than what MS charges for their higher versions and it's available right now.
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#48 Post by Puppy » Thu May 25, 2017 4:45 am

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#49 Post by jdrou » Thu May 25, 2017 3:49 pm

Puppy wrote:
Thu May 25, 2017 4:45 am
An interesting low-cost Surface alternative Chuwi SurBook 2-in-1 now on Indiegogo for $299 USD

Indiegogo: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/chuw ... -tablet--3#/
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#50 Post by Saucey » Sat May 27, 2017 6:01 pm

Usually I take the ChromeBook Pixel everywhere with me, somewhat afraid of breaking the FHD T430s or it getting stolen.
I already spilt beer on the chromebook and so far its fine... :oops: The Pixel's speakers are as loud as the A31p, something the T430s lacks. :D
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#51 Post by pianowizard » Wed Jun 07, 2017 7:02 pm

pianowizard wrote:
Sat May 20, 2017 8:29 am
I've now replaced the Thinkpad 8 with a Microsoft Surface 3 with 4GB RAM, 128GB eMMC, and LTE WWAN...
I just wanted to give a small update: Today I received the Microsoft Type Cover for my Surface 3. The combined weight is exactly 2.000 lbs, heavier than the combined weight (1.58 lbs) of the Thinkpad 8 + case + Bluetooth keyboard mentioned in my opening post, but 2.000 lbs will still be sufficiently light for most trips.
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#52 Post by AkselVerg » Wed Jun 21, 2017 4:09 am

Hello. I have been using Lenovo products for a long time, now I have Lenovo P70 phone and laptop from this brand too. I have quite a huge number of work trips and my laptop is quite heavy. On such travels I use public transport, so the size and weight of the laptop have become quite a serious problem.
Therefore, I select a convenient small tablet or laptop (like a screen with a separate keyboard). I'm thinking about Lenovo yoga 710 http://www3.lenovo.com/us/en/laptops/yo ... 80V6000PUS and would like to know your opinion. I looked at some comparisons of this model with others https://www.bestadvisers.co.uk/best-ultrabook and I feel a little sad about its weight, who is or was using this model? Is it convenient for long trips and how does it hold the charge of the battery? Maybe there are some other options, I will gladly consider them) Budget up to 800$
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