For what it's worth, I ordered two IBM ThinkPad X41's from eCost a few years ago and they didn't advertise bluetooth, yet one model shipped with a bluetooth module and the other did not. It also didn't list the built-in accelerometer (orientation sensor) even though Android puts it to excellent use. In fact, checking my receipt, it says Thinkpad X41 1.5GHz Intel Tablet PC and doesn't even address the precise model series (1866 / 1867) even though it was IBM refurbished and both were tablets.
If all is true from the woot-umentation, the 90 day warranty originates from ASUS (precisely Warranty: 90 Day Asus) which might mean it was refurbished directly by ASUS.
Perhaps a Staff member can affirm the 90-day warranty originates from ASUS.
Even longer ago I picked up a refurbished EEE PC 1000HE from mwave and it also said the same about the warranty directly from ASUS for 90 days and was labeled factory refurbished.
I wonder if given that the primary components for the various X, Q and S models are the same, if the refurbishing company used in-stock parts and replaced failed X202E motherboards with Q-series i3-2365m motherboards. Without incurring additional labor, likely they couldn't easily rebrand the device's sticker, and what would they label it? The X202E-FR4NK3NST31N?
I guess we'll find out when a telling customer receives one.
Interestingly, one review stated that X model had a better display than Q model.