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11-25-2013

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Can you change from FHD to UHD and so save battery usage?

2020-05-10, 16:21 PM

I am looking to buy the Yoga 2 in 1. What is very important to me is battery time. I can only find UHD units that can ship immediately, but UHD has less battery time than FHD. Therefore when using a machine capable of UHD can you alter the settings to FHD in order to save battery?

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06-08-2013

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Re:Can you change from FHD to UHD and so save battery usage?

2020-05-11, 20:23 PM

Also do check the official retailers in the U.K. on this page:https://www.lenovo.com/gb/en/where-to-buy/

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Jonas Hendrickx

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05-18-2020

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Re:Can you change from FHD to UHD and so save battery usage?

2020-05-18, 21:18 PM

You can change the Windows resolution from 2560 x 1660 to a lower resolution (1920x1080) also to match the e ink screen and have full screen in e ink clone mode

I guess in clone mode, since the UHD screen is off and this will save the battery.

I do not think anyway that just lowering the Windows resolution will save the battery much. Dimming the screen backlight, or using an external monitor, might help.

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