Normally I'd always pick a dull unobtrusive colour for my tech. However, I always love this type of paintHow about a thermochromic plastic? Probably expensive or impractical, but would give more colours for the price and perhaps indicate how well the cooling works.
You do know there was a thread full of coloured renders of the Pyra? I'm too lazy to look it up, but a few of the ones you've done here were done in there (specifically, I did a breadbin C64)I'm just spouting ideas here, maybe some more constructive thread must be started to help Ed with decission making.
Which parts are on the same moulds ? Does it mean that, if someone wants a black and red Pyra, someone else will get a red and black ond (reversed colors) ?We could now also mix different colors together, for example, have the keyboard part a different color than the lid, etc.
Time to resurrect the old thread with the different color themes to see what we can do to make it look good, eh?
Yes, it'll overheat. The fan was a last minute addition, so they did a sloppy job at it and had it connected to the screen's power source. I would recommend getting some rubber feet, so that the heat emanating from the plastic casing doesn't end up pooling up on the surface you're placing your Win on quite as much.Im happy whit everythink expekt this "Pandora Platinium"..
But a bit diverence in Color wouldnt hurt..
A bit Off Topic: i tryed my GPD Win on my new Office TV Setup (Building a Desctop PC out of an LCD TV, a USB Hub, Mouse and Keyboard), and i noticed that its Fan stopped spinning when i closed the Lid, so dos this means that it will overheat if you use it on a TV as a "Computer" ??
I played quite a bit Farming Simulator 2013 in this Setup..
I plan to use the Pyra for the whole Office thing as well, and as its dosnt have any fan (expect us ^^) i dotnt think this will be a big issue..
Actually...Yes, it'll overheat. The fan was a last minute addition, so they did a sloppy job at it and had it connected to the screen's power source. I would recommend getting some rubber feet, so that the heat emanating from the plastic casing doesn't end up pooling up on the surface you're placing your Win on quite as much.
I'm starting to wonder if the Pyra could benefit from some rubber feet as well.