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Not massive bleeding but it was still there so I managed to get it swapped out today thankfully! I didn't want it getting worse. Seems this was a big problem on the Prime so why havent Asus fixed it for the Pad?
 
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I've got a little from one edge, but not ebough to bother me. Does this get worse? I assumed it would stay as is.
 
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I've got a little from one edge, but not ebough to bother me. Does this get worse? I assumed it would stay as is.
I thought over time it would get worse? My replacement model has no signs of this bleeding.
 
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Can you even see that much light bleed during normal use? I feel like as long as I'm not looking at a black screen with nothing else close to the edge I would never notice this.
 
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Can you even see that much light bleed during normal use? I feel like as long as I'm not looking at a black screen with nothing else close to the edge I would never notice this.
True but it was bugging me, I started to notice it on the Gallery (Black Screen) then on Boot Up.

Seems I spoke too soon as the sun is setting here and I just started to notice it again...rubbish. Is it a actually fault or just something I have to ignore and live with?
 
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Not sure how your new one looks, but mine has slightly less bleed than your pics show. I don't notice it at all except during the boot screen, so I'm living with mine. but to each his own, I guess you'll have to decide whether or not its acceptable.
 
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Judging by other people's reports, light bleed is normal with these tablets. The key is to find one with as little light bleed as possible. The first one I got had massive light bleed around all sides, especially in the lower right corner. I exchanged it because of a dead pixel, and my new one has light bleed, too, but it's only across the bottom edge and very minimal. I don't even notice it in the status bar (black and always at the bottom edge of the screen) at all during use, only during boot-up. So, I'm satisfied with my replacement's slight amount of light bleed based on the light bleed from the first one and the reports on this forum.
 
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Hi All,

I think it's normal that the Asus TF300 has light bleed,I got my new Asus yesterday and I have same issue.
 
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Mine has a minimal amount of bleed at the bottom.

Only notice it during boot tho.

Not worth swapping and getting something worse.
 
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Mine also has light bleed, but its not as bad as the first one i had.

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