Pinebook without stuck or dead pixel
Displays with defective pixels have been considered defective by users for years, whereas up to a certain number they are considered normal from the manufacturer's point of view. You write on your website:

Quote:Small numbers (1-3) of stuck or dead pixels are a characteristic of LCD screens. These are normal and should not be considered a defect.

That means it's a class II display (ISO 9241-307)

I understand that a guarantee for flawless displays increases the cost of the devices. Personally, I  find defective pixels extremely annoying and I'm certainly not alone. Is there a way to get a Pinebook with a guaranteed flawless display (class 0)? Gladly for an extra charge.

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