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Newer switchable systems might be much better, but on early ones, like my TTS, and possibly Mark's Cayman, they're just not that good IME.
I honestly think a good set of passives on my TT would be better both for comfort and track than the switchable system.
Yeah, that's what shell mode means, although apparently it's actually clamshell.
Just seems like the best option to me. Problem with an all-in-one is say the screen has issues, you're gonna have to throw away a perfectly good PC because the screens broken. Unless you daisychain a second monitor...
Seem utterly pointless to me.
Not as easy to replace parts/repair as a desktop, and not as portable as a laptop.
Any reason not to use the laptop in shell mode and connect it to external monitor and peripherals?
Someone on here had a ridiculously clean Arctic Blue 182 that they put sound deadening in, can't remember who it was. Others might remember it, I remember it because it was the most meticulously well kept car I think I've ever seen, was perfect.
The only thing I would add is, from my experience, once you start using a monitor with low latency, plus you're sat closer to it, you get used to it, and then when you want to use a TV it feels inferior and slightly frustrating.
See it all the time with companies that sell stuff to clean or protect footwear.
They do a demo vid showing them turning some muddy trainers into spanking clean, but it's always fresh few hours old mud, never the kind of general dirt and grease that builds up from normal wear, so it's...