[citation][nom]Halcyon[/nom]You lost me here. I had 5 (five) Transformer Primes and they ALL had pixel defects...every single one of them. So while I've had countless motherboards from Asus that have been problem-free I'm not seeing their quality transfer to their tablet endeavors. Now, why do I mention this? Well, if you can either ship flawed LCDs OR package flawless LCDs in such a way that they're easily flawed by the time they reach the customer it tends to speak to your quality (either build materials, manufacturing, packaging, etc.). So, with this scenario in mind its more likely for me to believe they're not using high quality memory in their tablets.Yes, I know some people have had flawless Transformer Primes...I'm just not one of them. Now, I've had several iPads (including 2 gen 3 iPads) and they've never had any screen defects or any other defects. It made me wonder what Apple was doing in their manufacturing, packaging, etc., that would be so different from Asus. I don't have the answer. Obviously I caught samples from a bad batch of Transformer Primes. My question is why?[/citation]
[citation][nom]Halcyon[/nom]When its bottom of the barrel memory...oh yes, its quite economical.[/citation]
Well, you have a beef with Asus, for your own reasons, but to generalize your experience to the entire company and it's products is childish. I have never had any issues with my Asus products, including a Transformer, so I could argue exactly the opposite.
The "memory" comment is completely without any merit, unless you prove that is correct and you also prove that any of the issues you might have had with that bad batch were due to poor quality memory chips. Till then, feel free to troll somewhere else. Thank you.