at recent days Asus I decided to honor one of the greatest anime of all time by releasing it ROG Maximus Z790 Hero EVA-02 EditionOr in its colours? Neon Genesis Evangelion. However, despite the good intentions, the product became the first topic of discussion, not the reason the company would have liked.
Specifically, as the first quick unboxing videos indicated, The guardian has a spelling error in the name of the anime! Specifically, in the cover above the I/O ports, which covers part of the cooling system, the motherboard Says “Evangelion” instead of “Evangelion”. It is one of the most visible points of the parent, next to his visual center.
General misspellings have occurred several times on packaging, but this is certainly a rare sight for the products themselves from such popular and premium brands. In theory, such products pass through the eyes of entire teams, from parent designers to the animation studio, who have to vet and approve the product in multiple stages. However, the spelling went unnoticed and was found in pictures of the motherboard on the ASUS website!
Once the issue became known and began to be discussed on social media, ASUS admitted its grave mistake and apologized to the owners. At the same time, it announced that it would extend the warranty of the motherboards in question for one year, while providing spare parts that will cover the error to those who want them. At the moment, we don’t know exactly what replacement parts these will be.
ASUS Neon Genesis Evangelion motherboard misspelling:
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