and finding the weak spot where it can be grabbed, for instance by hooking up special hardware to the LCD panel.
That's extremely hard. Good luck getting something like that to actually work. The senior electronics engineer who might be able to create such grabbing system has probably a better-paying job somewhere else.
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I remember the Acer netbook had a metal housing so the WiFi didn't work almost at all.
Did it really have metal housing around the antenna?
Asus doesn't "build" computers
ASUS is another PCB partner for HP.
I wouldn't consider LLVM to be much experimental anymore. It has already gone through strong quality assurance.
GCC, LLVM and Microsoft C/C++ Optimizing Compiler are all very good choices and have a lot of professional people working on them.