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evnchnThat means my heart is overclocked while I'm running as I can reach 200 without problem 😄
The vibration motor is rated for a set voltage. Increasing the vibration beyond what is available now means increasing voltage beyond rated value, which is about as nonsense and dangerous as increasing your heart rate to above 180.
11-22-2019 01:47 AM
krewniak19I get what you mean. Short pulses of vibration may not have the same intensity as the vibration motor takes time to speed up. It may be possible to spike the voltage when the vibration first begin to get the motor up and running asap, but by that time we are talking about putting advanced tech into a pathetic motor, and it might be better for ASUS to install some linear vibrators like taptic engine. Sure, spiking the voltage can be a hotfix, but not a particularly good one.
I do not agree to the end, previous asusy that I had had a powerful vibration motor and nothing happened. To date, I have Asus 2 and I have it for the fifth year. You can increase the power of vibrations a little, especially since programs from the Play store that support vibrations show that you can have strong vibrations and Asus 6 also has them, all you have to do is set the vibration strength, anyone can set it as you like, Asus Anders right? ?