My 2730p was working perfectly fine. I bought a slim battery for it and it wouldn't get recognized by the laptop. So I called in and they sent me another battery to test to see if it was the battery or the tablet. Turns out it wasn't the battery. So I get ready to send in my tablet and I accidentally drop my tablet. The corner ends up cracking. Whatever, I'll just send it in. It's cosmetic. Wrong. They call me and they tell me my tablet is on billable hold because there is damage to the top and bottom case and damage to the mainboard. How this is possible, I don't know. They quote me for $820 to replace this. I can get a new tablet for that much. Then they want to charge me $90 if I choose not to repair it. They claim that there is damage to the mainboard which means it is no longer under warranty. This is some bull****. They'll use anything to try to get you to pay for their services. If you have any cracks then they can just use that as your warranty breaker. I called them and asked for pictures so we'll see how damaged it really is. Probably a little nick in the mainboard that doesn't affect any function and they'll use that to claim damage. I'm definitely not paying $800 for a friggin new mainboard and new case when there's nothing wrong with my tablet. But I definitely do not want to pay them $90 to dick me around. Seems like i'm in a lose-lose. Has anyone dealt with HP accidental protection? I'm seeing that as the only way I can possibly get a repair from them seeing as how they're going to great lengths to make me pay for it. Well i'll pay $100+$90 for a new laptop if that's what it takes since they won't give me a repair with my warranty.