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Old November 6th, 2011, 03:52 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Keep sgt or swap for zoom 2?

Ok, so currently im on my 3rd tab due to both previous ones getting the oil slick on the screens. Now either I'm unlucky, doing something wrong, or there is something really wrong with the sgt screen as I have now got the same oil slick appear on the screen again. Pcworld have been great and just swyped them over without any fuss. I'm wondering what to do now though...I'm sure I could go back in and swap it again but is this going to happen again and again. Now, I enjoy customising like the next man but not in today whet I have to reset up the screens etc each time. Now my question to you really is about the xoom 2 out in uk in a few weeks, should I just take home one of these and stay away from samsung or is there an alternative? Apart from this issue I am loving my sgt.

I don't know much about the original xoom other than I didn't want it when it originally came out, I was happy to wait for the sgt which I got on day 1 of launch.

I will post this in the galaxy tab forum also to get their perspective.

Any thoughts will be appreciated.

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