Hi everyone! That's my first post in here and probably I would have never even signed up if it wasn't for two thing about my brand new laptop that make me uncertain about what to do or think.
Let's get straight to the point then! Two issues, which seem to be mainly aesthetic but...who knows.
-Keyboard: some keys are not flat...like, they're "slanted" (?) or tilted to one corner. Each key affected is actually affected in a different way, but you can clearly see what I am talking about looking at the photos. Regarding this very problem I couldn't find nothing in the whole internet. So I am really curious to here from you!
-Touchpad: when it comes to it I must say I have already read about lots of similar issues from other users buutt....in my case maybe it's more of a lighter version of the issue.
First of all , the touchpad too (as the keys) is clearly bent to the right corner. You can tell it by putting your finger there and feeling that the frame's profile is slightly higher and the response very slightly mushier than the left one which is almost at the same level of the frame (and chassis) itself. But there's more to it. In fact, if I tap on it with a little more intensity than a light tap (I am not talking about clicking, but properly tapping like on a touch device.Even if I guess in English the two words are fairly different unlike in Italian ahah) it rattles doing that strange sound that you can hear in the video (in which I talk in Italian, sorry for that).
Nonetheless, I feel like its somehow a lighter issue in my unit because if I tap gently or scroll and do tracking etc. I don't hear or feel nothing strange, like looseness ore things like that. But I must tap way gently than I thought.
So my question is, I have a normal unit or a defective one? I mean, maybe I am just a perfectionist or maybe it is normal to have some tilted keys and hear a false click when tapping with a certain amount of gentleness ahaha
In addition, could these issues get worst in time or damage the laptop or whatever?
I could send it to Hp (I have already talked of that with the shop's staff) but I don't want to overcharge Hp with useless requests or throw a laptop for something stupid.
Thank you in advance, and I hope you can forgive me for being lengthy 😅
Be alert for scammers posting fake support phone numbers and/or email addresses on the community. If you think you have received a fake HP Support message, please report it to us by clicking on "Flag Post".