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Originally Posted by nymviper1126 View Post
N12.2 on top. Forgot I switch to brown N8 and didn't feel like getting a 'better" one. Too much hassle. But his spike are not normal. Had a bunch of devices like his, went back.

His looked a little more dramatic in my mind...I am getting a second one shipped so I will keep which on has less. But I had some bad ones which is why returning and testing in store is advisable.
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I have spike above the Back capacitive button. I guess everyone has this?
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Default yellow area

Does anyone notice a yellow area about 1cm wide (mostly visible on white pages) at the bottom left corner of the screen?
It's not a huge deal breaker (compared to the usefulness of the tablet for reading musical scores) but still a bit disappointing...never seen this on a tablet screen before. Might get it changed though if no one else has it...
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Originally Posted by trineomorph View Post
here is an example of it. I think I have a defective unit.

Did your lines go away after the stability update in early April?
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Originally Posted by elzeus View Post
Did your lines go away after the stability update in early April?
I don't know, returned mine. Got a Sony Vaio FLIP windows pc/tablet instead.
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No light bleed whatsoever on mine.

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