Dell grappled with apparently severe overheating problems in scores of notebooks for at least two years before it announced a recall of 22000 notebooks last year, according to a source close to the company. The source allowed CRN to review documentation of investigations into the notebook problems, and the source said that documentation was supplied to Dell executives. The evidence, which included photographs of damaged notebooks, came to light in the wake of reports of one Dell notebook exploding in front of cameras during a conference in Japan.
Dell Knew Of Dozen Burned Laptops Before Recall, Records Show
2006-07-21 Hardware 8 Comments
It would not be difficult to assume that a computer company that once used prison labor for it’s parts recycling program does not care about much other than profits.
I would love to see that!!!