Experience With Tablets In Hot Climates?

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  1. traphil

    traphil Junior Member

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    I just bought a hudl 2 to go travelling with and the manual says it only works up to 30°. We plan to go to Brazil where it gets up to 47°. How big a problem is this or will it be OK if we are indoors or keep it in the fridge?
     
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    I don't see it being a problem indoors. I wouldn't put it into a fridge unless it is completely sealed. Moisture is as big a potential enemy as heat. Even then, being cold could condense some moisture on the tablet, not a really good idea.
     
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    Indoors should be ok, if you want you can get the little fans for laptops they work just fine to cool tablets down.
    If the tablet does get too hot, it will turn off.

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