Sony’s Xperia Tablets’ Sales Ceased Due to Defects
Sony has stopped selling the Xperia tablet! After only a month of being in the market, it has been found that the device has a defect. Sony started selling the tablets on September 7th in the United States and in other countries there after.
It has been that the Xperia, that is supposed to be water resistant, is learned to be susceptible to water damage. There is a gap between the screen and the case in some machines that have made it a defective one.
The company has promised to fix all the defective units that have been sold, with 100,000 units having been shipped to date, Sony has not announced when it will resume selling the Xperia tablets. The cause for the defect was due to its manufacturing and production in the factory in China as the source implied. Sony said that they are not expecting any significant impact on the sale of the Xperia tablets, due to the recall.
Xperia tablets cost $400 and $600 depending on the storage capacity, available in 16 GB to 64 GB. It has been named like the smartphone because Sony wants to unify all its mobile technology under a single name.