- Report: #706619
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Complaint Review: Acer
AcerCalifornia 95110 Internet United States of America
Acer Another Acer Aspire One Cracked Screen Internet
*Author of original report: Update New Screen Installed
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Just to note: this unit was fine the night before. It sat on the desk all night and no one touched it. It has not been dropped or handles by anyone other than me. I openned it up the next morning and turned it on. The crack is at the corner where I open it up, top left hand corner. I do hold the unit with my right hand and open it with the left. So I guess openning it by by the corner cracked it. And if I believed that I guess I'm also cracked or this notebook is the biggest piece of junk I have ever bought.
However, I bought my grandson one last year and his is fine. He is twelve years old and treats his like a twelve year old treats most stuff. You get the picture. Like I said, his is fine.
In Addition, after talking with Acer, I did stress the corner where the blotch was and it spread across the whole corner and tends to look like a crack. I don't believe I could recomend this notebook.
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