07/14/2012, 06:37 PM
Well I'll be a monkey's uncle... That sound quite like my situation! I have a Zagg InvisiSHIELD and the HP folio case. I had gone out of town on business for a week and my wife put the TP back on the TouchStone with the cover closed. When I came home a couple days later, I noticed the lines right after I had flipped open the cover. In my mind, it was a strange defect for a screen to get like that, but look generally perfect when powered.
Originally Posted by gaitch32
I'll order a new screen protector or contact Zagg and peel this one off.
I guess I have no issue with my TouchPad worth filing a damage or warranty claim then...
Not much it doesn't cover. Per HP's conditions, "If you purchased the accidental damage protection, you receive protection against accidental damage from handling the covered hardware product for the duration of your coverage from your device activation date. Accidental damage from handling is defined as physical damage to a product caused by or resulting from a sudden and unforeseen incident, provided such damage occurred in the course of regular use. Covered perils include unintentional liquid spills in or on the unit, drops, falls, and electrical surges. This includes damaged or broken liquid crystal displays (LCDs), or broken parts."
Originally Posted by hemster
As for the morality of it, well, I paid for coverage. If I don't use it, then they should give me my money back (as some extended warranty plans do allow you to do).
Originally Posted by John Steffes
I haven't looked at the 3.0.5 Community Edition at all (too busy), but I'll keep an eye on Open webOS when it comes out.