ASUS, a leading Taiwanese computer hardware and electronics company, has issued an apology for misspellings on the Evangelion-themed ROG Strix Z690-A Gaming WiFi motherboard.
- ASUS has issued an apology for misspellings on the Evangelion-themed ROG Strix Z690-A Gaming WiFi motherboard.
- The company is offering replacement motherboards to customers who have already purchased the affected product.
- The misspelling does not affect the performance of the motherboard.
The company announced the limited-edition motherboard in October, which features artwork and designs inspired by the popular anime series Neon Genesis Evangelion. However, some customers have noticed that the motherboard’s packaging and product itself contain several misspellings.
In a statement, ASUS said:
We sincerely apologize for the misspelling errors on the Evangelion-themed ROG Strix Z690-A Gaming WiFi motherboard. We are committed to providing our customers with the highest quality products and experiences, and we regret that we fell short of this goal in this instance.
The company is offering replacement motherboards to customers who have already purchased the affected product. Customers can contact ASUS customer support to request a replacement.
ASUS also noted that the misspelling does not affect the performance of the motherboard.
We want to assure our customers that the misspelling errors do not affect the functionality of the motherboard in any way. The motherboard operates as intended and provides the same high performance and features that you would expect from an ASUS ROG product.
The Evangelion-themed ROG Strix Z690-A Gaming WiFi motherboard is a high-end product that is designed for gamers and enthusiasts. It features a 14+1+1 power design, support for DDR5 memory, and an array of connectivity options. The motherboard also includes a number of exclusive Evangelion-themed features, such as an Evangelion Unit-01-inspired design, a custom Evangelion sound profile, and an Evangelion-themed RGB lighting system.
ASUS’s apology comes just days after the company was criticized for its handling of another product issue. The company was accused of intentionally slowing down certain laptops in order to reduce their power consumption. ASUS denied these allegations, but the incident has led to a number of negative reviews for the company.
ASUS’s apology for the Evangelion motherboard misspellings is a step in the right direction, but it remains to be seen whether the company can regain the trust of its customers. The company will need to work hard to improve its quality control and customer service in order to avoid similar problems in the future.