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    Soundwave
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    Can tablet overheat?

    Hi. I was wondering can tablets like the tf300 overheat? I just started using my tf300 yesterday and after using it for an hour, I noticed it started to feel kind of warm on the back. Maybe it is just from my hands heating it up but can tablets overheat? Isn't it like a laptop without a fan?.. and wouldn't putting the tablet in a case trap the heat in the tablet?



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    No one's reported a problem traced to overheating. Don't leave your tablet on the bed or pillow for instance as it seems to get quite warm if you do that. A lot of members use their tablets with cases. I don't think you should be worried.

    Charging your tablet while docked seems to generate less heat, my TF101 is cooler when I charge via that method.

 

 

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