Hey ken... how much did you dilute your isopropyl alcohol?
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3/9/06 at 6:40pm
Originally Posted by Sam Ontario
I have sweat hands and I do not use my Z63a a lot. Now I have large stain spots on both sides of the palmrest, thats a bit too quick with just 3 months' infrequent uses. Is it why ASUS stop producing Z63a style Z63a successors? Z62f is a complete different laptop!
Originally Posted by AuroraS
It happens to all laptops with painted wristrests...
my M6Ne (Z70 series) has discolouration on the palm rest... my Z63A has been okay, but that's because I don't often rest my wrist down when typing (it's bad for you!)
Originally Posted by shampoo
You can't say Asus notebooks are bad because of one bad experience with YOUR sweaty palms. Not everyone has had this problem because they make sure their hands are clean before using their laptops.
Also, I believe this happens because of the materials they use. The materials are "NICER" for lack of a better word. Like expensive furniture or clothes being a bit more delicate.
Also those other laptop palm rests didn't stain because of the colors. IBM palmrests are BLACK, you wouldn't notice any stains, and Dells, Acers, etc use straight out PLASTIC, while your Asus Z63A uses a different kind of plastic mixed with other materials to give it that shine and strength.
You know you could just order a BLACK palmrest for your Z63A and you'll be happy forever, no stains. People over at www.notebookreview.com have been doing this.
So you are saying that because of a simple stain on the palmrest due to your greasy hands you say Asus is horrible? You're willing to trade all the positives of an Asus for an inferior product like Dell, Acer because they don't stain?
Wow, you need to get your head checked.