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I would advise that you write down the microsoft label code on the bottom as i have noticed that nearly all the words bar the code have actually rubbed off
Also and this is odd, the front right silver lining had actually tarnished quite quick 2 little rub marks have appeared, now i know i have caressed my sammy lovingly but it does look a bit bad if you look closely
You must have scotchbrite trousers and wipe the thing down with wire wool!! I hope I don’t get any issues like that on mine lol. I’m def gonna keep it in the (much slated) Samsung bag to protect from being tarnished like that.
Thanks mate, it’s prob worth writing down anyway even if you do plan to take care of ya netbook. Only takes 10secs. Heck I’m gonna do it now lol!
lol mines kept in as pcworld call it a netbook “sleeping bag” neoprene case lol but yeah best to do
🙂 thanks for the heads up
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