- ASUS Announces Zero Bright Dot, 30-Day Policy
This one a most welcome announcement for buyers of ASUS notebooks. A press release downunder from ASUS today highlights their new "Zero Bright Dot" policy. This new policy assures that any bright coloured dead pixel you may encounter will entitle you to a replacement LCD so long as it's within the first 30 days of purchase.
Sydney, Australia, March 3, 2005 - ASUSTeK Computer Inc. (ASUS), a leading provider of high-performance notebook computers, has announced the LCD Zero Bright Dot policy. The policy was unexpectedly revealed to 100+ ASUS notebook dealers during the new ASUS Intel Sonoma range of notebooks at the stylish Museum of Contemporary Art with back-drop views of in Circular Quay, Sydney.
What is a Zero Bright Dot (ZBD) policy? ASUS Australia defines a dead pixel bright dot as ANY dead pixel other the a dead black pixel. ASUS will honour the ZBD within the first 30 day to selected notebooks - W1, V6V & M6 series
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