Really odd. I'll dig up my receipt and get an exchange. I'll report back on a separate thread so Im not railroading this one (sorry. )
*edit: if I press firmly, then it seems to register a little more stable, but that shouldnt be...
I've even tested with the hood up (case cracked open) to see if it was the battery causing problems, but nada.
I _am_ use to a capacitive screen, which requires little pressure, but I've had multiple resistives before and never had to press this firmly to achieve stability in my screen. o.0
Just an update, and a couple of additions to add to the list Jonathan:
I just exchanged (for the 3rd time) my PDP because of this touchscreen issue. I _finally_ got a good one. Issues are solved (I still had to do my wifi re-wire mod).
Im not sure where you are having these assembled @ (China perhaps), but there needs to be some additional QC (quality control) on the assembly lines. The Wifi antenna needs to be re-wired as shown in my thread >HERE<. Also, the jumpy screen issue needs to be addressed. Im not sure if it happens in shipping, or assembly. If shipping, then it would be as easy as turning the PDP units so the screen faces into the box, instead of outfacing. If its an assembly issue, then thats a whole different matter.
One additional issue that I forgot to mention is that the touchscreen calibration utility that comes native to the OS Force Closes when you go to "Save and Exit?". It nerfs the calibration. Would be great if this could be addressed, because proper calibration is key to Tablets.
Thanks for listening.
Edited by Spz0, 21 July 2011 - 01:39 PM.