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Posted by on Jul 19, 2012 in Tablets | 0 comments

Users accuse construction defects in the Nexus 7

Users accuse construction defects in the Nexus 7

Photo: cwc3, xda.

Ouch, this can not be good for any point of view.

Several users of the first units of the new tablet Google, have reported construction defects in their brand new devices, accusing paths separations between the and body of the team.

Complaints have been channeled mainly through the XDA-Developers forum – most users are more long-standing developers – those detailing the casing and screen are not properly subject to each other.

However, the users have discovered that the problem lies in the defective fastening the screws that attach the two pieces, the ill subjects. It is something to take a screwdriver and adjust oneself without fear of killing your warranty.

Yes, I know … Not ideal self resolve defects that could be found in a newly purchased product, but at least you can do. Anyway, it speaks poorly of the quality standards for the equipment used by Asus, the company that makes these tablets.

Link: FIX for screen separation issue! (XDA-Developers)

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