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Microcenter getting a special "batch" of i5 128GB tablets, is MS trying to make fools of customers?

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slingxshot

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My replacement device had malware on it. I had to do a full reset to get rid of it. The malware did not let me use Ms account and messed with sites. Looks like the malware was designed to collect personal info.
 

kristalsoldier

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I think I just stay with my SP3, it's perfect but the slow sumsung SSD, for refurbished ,you never know what's the problem with them , what do you guys think? Thanks.

Yong

Personally, if I was not facing any problem with my device even if I had the slower SSD (which I don't), I would not like to exchange it. But that is just me. I have two reasons for this (1) I have my current machine set up exactly the way I want it setting it up again would be a real pain and would take a lot of time - yes, despite using the back up image and (2) I would never know whether the replacement machine would have any issues and I really would not like to deal with anything like that.
 

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