Unfortunately, this is EXACTLY what I expected with this device. I own the Prime and Asus is simply terrible when it comes to designing and supporting their tablets. TERRIBLE. Part of me is mad at Google for choosing crappy Asus for the Nexus 7, however I'd bet almost anything that Asus was the only company that was able to meet Google's $200 price point (it's not that hard to do when you use crappy parts and have zero quality control).
I expected the same thing too being a Prime owner, but there are good units out there. If your device isn't up to snub exchange it. At least the big screen thing that seems to be tightened screws isnt a hardware issue like wifi/bt on the Prime or metal backplate or you name it. Every manufacturer you can get faulty lcds from all luck of the draw
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