Switch OLED Model Rates 2 Out Of 10 On Screen Durability Scratch Test
@johnvboy I see it a lot online - someone will say they’ve had issues with a (insert something) some people back that up with their own issues and others just pile on to say they’ve had no issues and then few weeks later a couple will pop back up to say they’ve had issue and instead of humble pie they seem to ignore they claimed it was a non issue weeks before.
I personally have had little to no noticeable drift and have no scratches on my switch. I have a dock sock on my dock because it was clear that design was bonkers from the start. This screen sounds even more fragile. I think people don’t need to weigh in everytime to tell us all how gentle they are and how they look after their items. You shouldn’t need to be that gentle or have to buy dock socks but it is what it is. Articles like this are useful to make sure everyone knows a screen protector is a good idea.
I genuinely don’t see a difference between the two issues. Yes obviously some people will be careless but also many people that are careful will have issues with both. No need for people to constantly laud it over people they had no issues. Just comes across like first class fanboyism- Nintendo could have done better on both fronts but even if we don’t vilify them for that it’s worth knowing how bad the issues are. Some will be less than others. Sony and Xbox both have had similar issues with their consoles (not screen obviously) but serious faults.