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The Cupertino Chinese comedy continues.
As promised only yesterday, the list of defects in Apple's new Chinese computers is endless. And already today a day later AppleDefects.com come with a new one: evidently because of the way Apple SuperDrives are [not] mounted your CDs and DVDs can incur damage.
And AppleDefects.com go one further: they prove the flaw is reproducible.
- Put a CD or DVD in the drive. (Blank CD incurs smallest possible loss.)
- Wait for the drive to start humming so you know it's getting up to speed.
- Tilt your Chinese computer left and right until you hear the scratchy noises.
- Put your computer down and eject the disc.
- See the pretty scratches. On the readable side.
As can be seen, the scratches go around in absolutely perfect circles. Both CDs and DVDs get the scratches.
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