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lenovo_yoga_920 [2018/02/05 04:54]
peter [Linux Compatibility]
lenovo_yoga_920 [2018/05/02 18:49] (current)
peter [Notes]
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 | Orientation and Motion Sensor | Not tested | Should work.  Screen rotation in response to laptop rotation may not be set up. | | Orientation and Motion Sensor | Not tested | Should work.  Screen rotation in response to laptop rotation may not be set up. |
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-The Yoga 920 has two Thunderbolt 3-enabled USB Type-C ports driven by a two-port Intel Thunderbolt chip.  Either of the ports can be used to charge the 920 and any third-party USB Type-C charger delivering 60W of power should be acceptable. ​ Each port has 4 lanes of PCIe but I think that the chip only has 4 lanes of PCIe to the processor.  ​+The Yoga 920 has two Thunderbolt 3-enabled USB Type-C ports driven by a two-port Intel Thunderbolt chip.  Either of the ports can be used to charge the 920 and any third-party USB Type-C charger delivering 60W of power should be acceptable. ​ Each port has 4 lanes of PCIe but I think that the chip only has a total of 4 lanes of PCIe to the processor.  ​
  
 The Thunderbolt chip consumes significant power when on.  It is initially off, but turns on when a Thunderbolt or DisplayPort device (or adapter) is plugged in.  This produces lots of kernel messages, including some that seem to indicate that the chip is not completely handled correctly. ​ The Thunderbolt chip consumes significant power when on.  It is initially off, but turns on when a Thunderbolt or DisplayPort device (or adapter) is plugged in.  This produces lots of kernel messages, including some that seem to indicate that the chip is not completely handled correctly. ​
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