Display issue plaguing the Google Nexus 7?

Reports are coming in that the Google Nexus 7 is plagued with display issues. Apparently, the screws at the rear of the tablet are a bit loose causing the display to slightly lift. There are also reports that some Nexus 7 slates have dead pixels.

What You Need To Know:

- Affected owners of the Nexus 7 are advised to have their tablets exchanged while those brave enough can pop off the back cover of the slate and tighten the loose screws a bit to hold the display in place.

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