Panasonic Viera Smart TV, absolutely not recommended.
We dumped ASUS and replaced with MSI
We have always had a trouble free run with Seagate hard drives, both internal and external and we had three Seagate Expansion Drives that we had not used previously that we intended to utilize for a server backup drive. All was well during several consecutive test backups, fast and successful. So the USB 3 attached Seagate Expansion drive has an new job. We scheduled a single daily backup to run after midnight. However, after the first nightly backup we started to have serious issues. The Seagate Expansion drive started to fail when the backup software could not find the drive. A look at disk management proved that the drive was no longer visible to the system. Looking at the drive we could see the blue LED flashing, so we removed and inserted the USB cable, but no joy. Cycling the drives power resolved the issue, but after several hours the drive disappeared again. This we put up with for several days, only getting a successful backup immediately after cycling the power. This appeared to be a case of the drive going to sleep and never waking.
When you open notepad or an office application the whole screen changes to have a yellowish tint. When you close notepad or an office application the screen returns to normal. This was our experience with a new system build using the MSI X470 Gaming Pro Carbon motherboard and the cause eluded us for several hours.