|May 26, 2005, 02:10 AM||#1|
I am a brand new user/buyer of Apple. I just got a new 17 inch Powerbook and noticed that if i prop the notebook at an angle the display will usually fall down. This happens unless I prop it all the way the very top. This does not happen when the notebook is laying flat, only when on an angle. Is this normal for a laptop w/ such a big display? Or should I go get it checked out?
|May 26, 2005, 03:43 AM||#2|
The down side to this is that if the laptop is not level gravity pulls at a different angle and the screen is not balanced so well.
It's not a problem (unless it flops when level), just don't tilt it too much and it will be fine.
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