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Posted by WillysJeepMan
 - July 16, 2021, 00:33:21
Quite an odd article.  It sounds like the author is speaking from a theoretical perspective and not from first-person use. 

My Yoga 6 is 6 months old and in daily use, the fabric cover continues to look as vibrant as the day I unboxed it.

Then again, I'm not in the habit of taking it to the local fried chicken fast food place.  8)
Posted by Jo from Charlotte123
 - July 15, 2021, 14:56:33
This was such a poorly written article. What is your point? That fabric on electronics can stain and can't be cleaned? Obviously. It sounds u barely even used the tablet or lack the ability to form opinions from your experiences with it besides the fact u think fabric = bad. Is it better executed than the surface? Worse? How often will u be resting your hands on the back of the tablet for it to becomes oily and stained? A little critical thinking goes along way man
Posted by Jamal A. Hotep 99
 - July 15, 2021, 13:41:54
what do i do with da come stainZ
asking for a fiend
Posted by Redaktion
 - July 15, 2021, 10:02:23
Using clothing fabric instead of plastic or metal for a laptop is a pretty neat concept at least until you have to clean the thing. It may be best to avoid spilling any coffee or other liquids on the Yoga 6 13 or you'd be left with some potential stains.