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Friday, October 5, 2012

Sony Ericson Stops The Sale Of Xperia Tablet After Defect Was Found

Sony Ericson stopped selling its Xperia Tablet S tablets after Defects Were Found In The Devices.

According to Reuters , sales were halted after gaps were discovered between the screen and case, making some of the tablets susceptible to water damage.

A Sony spokeswoman told Reuters that the hardware issues have been traced back to a"manufacturing flaw" at the Chinese plant where the tablet is made.

Sony has not decided when sales of the tablet will be resumed, the publication said.

The technology giant's latest tablet offering -- which shares its Xperia branding with Sony's smartphone line -- was launched commercially on September 7. The Android tablet was first sold in the U.S., closely followed by launches in Japan and Europe.

Sony has shipped approximately 100,000 Xperia tablets so far, with the slates selling for approximately $400. Reviews of the Xperia Tablet S found issues with its Wi-Fi capabilities and the screen tending to flicker intermittently. However, the screen is sharp, it has the potential for storage expansion, and can be used as a universal remote.

Customers who have already purchased one of the units are eligible for free maintenance and check-ups, and Sony will fix any problems with the devices.

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