[Arm-netbook] will lap-top really be 1.1 kg, and how wide
Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton
lkcl at lkcl.net
Thu Apr 26 00:08:28 BST 2018
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On Wed, Apr 25, 2018 at 4:30 PM, Chadvellacott
<chadvellacott at sasktel.net> wrote:
> Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton wrote on 2018/04/24 9:39 PM:
>> On Tue, Apr 24, 2018 at 11:13 PM, Chadvellacott
>> <chadvellacott at sasktel.net> wrote:
>>> And how wide is the lap-top planned to be (from the left edge of the
>>> case, to the right edge, across the key-board)?
>> you can check for yourself by downloading the GPLv3-licensed 3D CAD
>> source code.
> That page said "The parts are deliberately designed to be printable on a
> standard 200x200mm Mendel90 style 3D printer, so that even a 15.6in laptop
> may be created by printing the longest parts (260mm) across the diagonal of
> a Mendel90 print bed (280mm)."
> But I guess that 260 mm is not meant to span the whole back of the
> screen, considering things lower down on this message.
that's the vertical.
case is thus divided into 7 separate parts for LCD and 7 main
structural parts for the body.
vertical @ 260mm
horizontal @ 160mm (appx):
>>> (I imagine that 15.6 inches
>>> is for the screen itself rather than the whole case, and is a diagonal
>> the LCD is listed on the rhombus-tech page, from which the datasheet
>> may be sourced, and there is approximately 2mm left and right, about
>> 10mm top, about.... 25mm at the bottom.
>> that gives the overall dimensions.
> Yes, the "youmagine"-page led to
> "AUO B156XTN02.2" for LCD,
> from which "duckduckgo" led to
> which said
> "outline size of 359.3(W)×209.5(H)×5.5(D) mm"
there you go.
> I did not get the "PDF"-data-sheet offered there, because I do not have
> login-credentials there. But the quoted numbers are probably correct, and
> are confirmed by
> 359.3 mm width of LCD, plus 2 mm on the left, plus 2 mm on the right, is
> 363.3 mm, or about
> 14.3 inches wide for the top part of the "clam-shell".
> Thanks for the directing. That about answers my question.
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