writes: In what could shape up to be a big PR blow for Google, it appears there are multiple Quality Control issues with the new Nexis 7 tablets.
Reports of "loose screens" have begun occurring almost since the devices first arrived. Some users have complained that the touchscreen glass is slightly lifted around the edge of the device. In some cases that means that light seems to "bleed" into the display of a page, while others have said it means the screen actually moves.
I have noticed that the glass on the left side is separating from the case When you look at it from the side you can see the glass sticking up a bit and when you push it back down you can hear the adhesive grab on then it lets go
Possibly more damning is the video of a tablet accepting "phantom" keypresses. It's registering letters (mostly "J") when there is obviously noone touching the screen.