Why you shouldn't put your smartphone on a laptop: both can break
Many of those who work with gadgets no longer use just one thing. The minimum set is a laptop and a smartphone. They can be supplemented by tablets and other electronic devices, between which you have to constantly switch in the course of work. That's why many users put their smartphones on their laptops while working. And they do not even suspect that this is a big mistake that can cost a pretty penny.
OBOZREVATEL figured out why you shouldn't do this. And what malfunctions it can lead to.
The main reason is the heat generated by both gadgets during operation. They are compact in size and yet very powerful, handling a large number of processes simultaneously. Because of this, both devices are constantly heating up. In order not to break, they must be constantly cooled. And the close contact of two warm gadgets disrupts the proper cooling of both. Thus, they can contribute to each other's overheating, which creates a risk of failure for both the smartphone and the laptop.
In addition, it is a long-standing general rule not to stack electronic devices. It dates back to the early days of consumer electronics, when many devices operated at overlapping frequencies and interfered with each other. You may remember it by the specific sound that a TV or radio, for example, made a second before a message or call came to your mobile. This problem has now been fixed, but many gadget users are still trying to protect themselves from such moments out of habit.
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