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Samsung Gear S2 Device

Has anyone had their Gear watch just shatter on the back of the device for no apparent reason? I had this happen. I continued to wear the watch because at the time it was still working. But guess what? It stopped working. I sent it in for repairs and they returned it, still broken because I was informed that I voided the warranty because of water damage. The water came from my sweat, therefore, no replacement. I even sent it to the corporate office. I received a very nice email with the same language. I voided the warranty due to water damage. SWEAT. Guess its nice to know that these devices are not supposed to be worn because most people I know sweat when they work out. I'm totally disappointed in Samsung.

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Just curious

What does this have to do with desktops?

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