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Old 11-21-2012, 03:41 PM   #5
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Originally Posted by AnemicOak View Post
Another pic from a review, which clearly shows the gap between frame and housing.
I'm really surprised: Nook classic had been a real beauty. And the reviews of Nook HD in general are quite favorable.
Does no one care about such aesthetic flaws? I do: Once I've seen them, I can't forget about them.
I even gave back my HP Slate 2 because of similar gaps.
On HP Slate 2, there even was a potential risk of getting dust below the screen. I don't think, this can happen with Nook HD.
Still, very strange...
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