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What are the camera pixels. How long the guarantee?

asked on 17 March 2014

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The ME371MG we got in England didn't have a rear camera if that was the question. There is a new, improved, model, the ME372MG which is worth the extra cost.The guarantee I think was a year though by EU law that is now actually required to extend for 2 years. Hope that is useful
Peter Thomas answered on 17 March 2014
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1.2 m.pixel
Alan W. answered on 17 March 2014
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1.2m.pixel (remember this is intended for Skype use, not for high quality photographs. The guarantee was for one year which is quite sufficient for this type of product.
F. J. Marshall answered on 17 March 2014
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The warranty is one year, but how good that is another question and that depends on the retailer you use. Amazon handles warranty issues very well from my experience.
In the UK there is no legal requirement to provide warranty. It is offered as a marketing tool. The Sale of Goods act and Distance Selling regulations a… see more
The warranty is one year, but how good that is another question and that depends on the retailer you use. Amazon handles warranty issues very well from my experience.
In the UK there is no legal requirement to provide warranty. It is offered as a marketing tool. The Sale of Goods act and Distance Selling regulations are what you need to know about for legal rights, which provide less than you might expect your rights are.
There is a difference between warranty and guarantee. A guarantee means something is what it is stated to be and/or it will not fail. A warranty will state what will be done if a product does fail. see less
The warranty is one year, but how good that is another question and that depends on the retailer you use. Amazon handles warranty issues very well from my experience.
In the UK there is no legal requirement to provide warranty. It is offered as a marketing tool. The Sale of Goods act and Distance Selling regulations are what you need to know about for legal rights, which provide less than you might expect your rights are.
There is a difference between warranty and guarantee. A guarantee means something is what it is stated to be and/or it will not fail. A warranty will state what will be done if a product does fail.

Amazon Customer answered on 18 March 2014
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