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Originally Posted by harryfromglos View Post
Is it normal for the keyboard to get warm? I didn't think it dissipates heat.
You have to define "warm". Warm means different things to different people. Just like "hot" & "cold" also mean different things to different people.

If you figure that your laptop is around 1 inch thick. And the bottom of it can sometimes get so hot that you cannot keep it on your lap. Doesn't it makes sense that the keyboard could get "warm"??

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