Sony Puts Brakes On Xperia Tablet S Sales Over Manufacturing Fault

Summary: Some of the Android tablets have a gap between the screen and case, leading Sony to promise repairs for anyone who has bought one. Unfortunately for a 'splashproof' device, the fault could lead to water damage.

Tablet leaks usually involve details coming out before an official announcement, but this one is different: Sony is recalling its most recent Android slate because some units are susceptible to water damage.

The Panasonic Xperia Product S released at IFA in Aug and the organization has marketed around 100,000 of them so far. However, according to a Reuters review on Saturday, the Japoneses company has stopped revenue due to a production mistake and is appealing to fix gadgets that have already been marketed.

The mistake obviously designed a gap between the display and situation, which is particularly regrettable for a tablet that matters being splashproof as a significant promoting feature.

The review recommended that Panasonic still does not know when it will continue revenue of the Xperia Product S, and that the organization does not anticipate the remember to be far too expensive.

The Xperia Product S is the first to come from Panasonic since it split up with long-term associate Ericsson. Its forerunner was basically known as the Panasonic Product S, but the more recent system utilizes the Xperia product name that was formerly used for Panasonic Ericsson's Android operating system items.
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