Notice the difference between, "one guy with a problem not widely reported" and "I've never heard of it so it doesn't exist?"
I mean, if you can't disagree with what I said, just make something up to disagree with, right? LOL haters gotta hate I guess
BTW, hating a company harder doesn't change what hardware they manufacture. Reviews are widely available. Your anonymous review says nasty stuff; the ones from reputable sources say other, different things.
Also, if ASUS sucked for years and then you bought their tablet after having that experience, only to be totally shocked that it was the low quality you expected, it would not lead to the review you give here. It would be a different review. Your review doesn't seem consistent with your claimed facts. It was not the cheapest tablet, so if you thought they were so bad, you wouldn't have chosen them.
There are no widespread reports of tablets just "stopping" charging. For one person to claim it happened 2 times, well, there are ways to consistently damage batteries, for example aftermarket products that claim to give you extra battery life. If if it was somebody claiming it happened to them once, that is totally believable. Some electronic devices will die earlier than expected. It is just the nature of manufacturing. But that is very different than claiming a specific manufacturing fault that repeatedly causes a very specific problem, like batteries totally dead and not charging. That sort of manufacturing fault would actually be widely reported, and show up in reviews.
We can't know what did or didn't happen in one case, but we actually can know if a particular problem is frequent and caused by poor build quality.