@Kafka I am reporting this under the Support thread because I don’t know if it is a software issue or a hardware issue. If you know feel free to chime in, but essentially I am looking for advice from those who know more about Chromebooks than myself.
Yesterday I purchased a Samsung 2 in 1 Chromebook V2.
Today I finally got a chance to play Gems of War on it. When in the default setting, when the device looks like a normal laptop…Gems of War runs great! Even faster than my Samsung Galaxy S9+.
But…when I switch into tablet mode, with the keyboard flipped over. I experience extreme lag…so to me (with limited experience) it appears to be a processor issue. Can anything be done to resolve this? I am kind of stuck with this device since it’s the only I can find that I can connect to 4G LTE with.
I had a HP 2 in 1 prior to this and was able to play Gems of War without any sort of processor issues no matter the layout I was using it with. But with that, all the power was in the tablet and the keyboard was detachable. With this Chromebook its the reverse it appears and the keyboard cannot be detached.
I appreciate any help that can be offered, and if no one knows anything then I guess I can download other games and try to test them out as well. It just seems super weird to me to have a device that’s designed to be used as a tablet but to cut the processor (or memory) when doing so. I don’t know.