Equipment Superior to Operator (ESO)
Definition - What does Equipment Superior to Operator (ESO) mean?
Techopedia explains Equipment Superior to Operator (ESO)
As this can be somewhat annoying, technicians coined a derogatory term for it: equipment superior to operator. It means that the device or equipment is too advanced for the user to operate it correctly.
In simple terms, it means "user error."
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