What weird quirks can you think about the Eve V?
Let me start:
- The name V is chosen because the shape resembles a flipped pyramid
- The USB-A port is backwards / upside-down compared to the Surface and virtually any tablet out there
- Unlike most tablets and phones, both microphones are on the same side
- Despite it has 2 speaker grilles, there are 4 speakers, 2 behind each grille
- The mainboard has no serial number digitally. It’s still written “Default String”
- The battery chemistry on Windows Battery Report is not “Li-Ion”, “Li-Po”, or other chemistry, but it says “Real”. It is a real battery indeed.
- Holding Volume Up + Volume Down at the same time will trigger Ctrl+Alt+Delete, but it then keeps the Ctrl active until the next restart.
- Backspace key says “oops!”
- V key is the Eve V logo
- The Bluetooth button (F12) does not do anything when the keyboard is attached
- The keyboard works as a BT keyboard, and can connect to 3 different devices
- The keyboard still works when flipped backwards
- The keyboard can’t be attached backwards because of the magnet polarity
- Not accessible with touch
- The BIOS has a configuration page for SATA controller, despite this device has no SATA component attached, and no possibility to attach one yourself
- Connected Standby is configurable from the BIOS
- There are many options available there. For example, you want to throttle your SSD to PCIe Gen 1 speed? You can have that. I dont know why anyone would do that, but you can.