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Sony halts Xperia tablet sales due to defect

Posted on Friday, October 05 2012 @ 20:12:36 CEST by


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Slashgear received word that Sony has stopped selling its Xperia tablet after discovering a manufacturing defect in some units. The company discovered that some tablets have gaps between the screen and the case, making them vulnerable to water damage. Sony blames the issue on a manufacturing process used at the Chinese plant where the product is assembled. At this point, Sony is uncertain when shipments will continue.
Sony has stopped selling its Xperia tablet after discovering a manufacturing defect in some units. Tablet sales were put on hold after Sony found that there were gaps between the screen and the case on some units and that left the machines vulnerable to water damage. A gap between the screen and the case of a tablet that is supposed to be water resistant is a significant problem.
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