HP TouchPad owners reporting cracks appearing in the device's plastic housing
0. phoneArena 28 Jul 2011, 06:34 posted on
It has come to our attention that a number of HP TouchPad owners are having troubles with their tablet. Unfortunately, it is not a software glitch that can be easily fixed with a patch – the issue revolves...
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1. 1234kid (unregistered)
My Motorola Xoom tablet no issues at all. Solid device all the way around.
2. 530gemini (Posts: 2198; Member since: 09 Sep 2010)
I'm not surprised. The design is very similar to that of the iphone 3g. The iphone 3g also suffered from hairline cracks around the edges and its corners.
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5. carolinagirl843 (unregistered)
I just noticed my Touchpad has cracks in the case.
6. YAZMAN (unregistered)
I noticed cracks in my case, both around the speakers, and the USB port, and this was after having the tablet for just a week! I called HP Butler service at 1-866-945-7256 and they offered and advance replacement or repair service for free. I went with the advance replacement (and yes I was warned it is a 'reconditioned' unit), but from what I have read around the web basically that is just returned Touchpad's that had the same problem and they repaired them. I'll definitely be getting some bodyarmour for the 'new' one. Very happy to see that HP is standing behind their product even though they are no longer making them.
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