Originally Posted by Shrek77
I just tried it on mine and it works with no issues. I just returned my first one yesterday and got it replaced. What a difference. The first one had three spots that didn't hardly ever register touches. Up top center, bottom center, and bottom left. Swiping on the keyboard was annoying it messed up by the h often. Moving Icons around the top or bottom took several tries. Sometimes even unlocking the screen was difficult. Playing games like nova and dead trigger when moving the gun around it would miss my touch or jitter. The new tablet has no touch issues knock on wood. The strange part is the physical buttons, (power and volumes) actually stick out farther making them easier to find.
Try the three finger test. Lay the tablet on a table. Run the multitouch application. Place two fingers in one direction, say horizontally, a few cms apart. It is important that the two points are on a line parallel with one of the tablet's sides, ie either horizontally or vertically. With the other hand place one finger directly below one of the points above, and you will see one of the points disappearing, usually the one above. If the point does not disappear altogether, it will "jump" left and right, even though you are not moving at all.
Now plug the USB in, and it is solid as a rock, no lost touches, no jerking on the screen, nothing.
This happens all the time, not just some times, and it clearly demonstrates a hardware fault.
I am tempted to give mine back in case the replacement is better, but I doubt it.