can you turn off the keyboard lights?

onysi

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I was wondering if we could turn off the keyboards backlit to save battery of a touch or type cover. Or maybe it uses a sensor? Hopefully its not backlit even during daylight.
 

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It has a sensor that only enables it when you use it, so hopefully it has a sensor that disables when it's daylight too :wink:
 

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I actually just saw one today at a Microsoft store. Good lord the hardware has a hideous looking color. I can't believe they went with that color. it looks like **** but I preordered it. The OS is just superb. ****ty hardware but **** it. I need one for school. I'll sell it the minute new version comes.
 

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And the kickstand isn't as durable as the old one. Looks like it will bend when you keep opening it from the left. I wish they had another one on the right.
 

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I actually just saw one today at a Microsoft store. Good lord the hardware has a hideous looking color. I can't believe they went with that color. it looks like **** but I preordered it. The OS is just superb. ****ty hardware but **** it. I need one for school. I'll sell it the minute new version comes.

I think the white is nice.
 
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I actually just saw one today at a Microsoft store. Good lord the hardware has a hideous looking color. I can't believe they went with that color. it looks like **** but I preordered it. The OS is just superb. ****ty hardware but **** it. I need one for school. I'll sell it the minute new version comes.
What? The hardware is better. It is two-pieces and not three now. That is the magnesium color underneath. The two-stage hinge felt amazingly solid.
 

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