Sony launches warning to owners of some models of its Vaio computers
When we buy a Sony laptop , we do so with the assurance of spending money on a prestigious brand, avoiding failures that disrupt its use.If you have a Vaio, Sony has just released a warning about overheating of non-removable batteries of one of its most popular models. The Japanese company, asked to stop using it.
The model affected by this serious manufacturing defect is the Sony Vaio Fit11A , which went on sale in February 2014. The model number of this laptop is SVF11N13CXS.The default would be in your battery that overheated with use, can burn body of the computer as well as the user . Because you can not get the battery, Sony asked to stop using the notebook.
Sony said it is working on delivering a solution in the next two weeks which could range from repair defective units to even replace other computers that do not contain this danger.The Sony Vaio FitA11 affected were sold in various regions, especially Asia and Europe , so we recommend checking your laptop to see if it is among the accused as hazardous models.
While Sony’s action is correct, the company took the decision to make public and to make users wait instead of offering them a replacement computer immediately, leaving them without work and study tool and as they invested a lot of money.
Via : Maximum PC