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Settlement Reached in Lenovo Ultrabook WiFi Class Action Lawsuit

This is a settlement for the lawsuit.

Los Angeles, CA: A settlement has been reached in a consumer fraud class action lawsuit pending against Lenovo. The lawsuit alleged that Lenovo knowingly sold Ultrabook computers with a design defect that impacted WiFi reception and accessing speeds.

Specifically, the lawsuit alleged that Lenovo marketed and sold defective Ideapad and "U Series"as being "ideal for any and all mobile needs."The complaint alleged that in so doing Lenovo violated the California Consumer Legal Remedies Act, the California Unfair Competition Law and that the company breached express and implied warranties to the purchasers of the Ultrabook computers.

The preliminary settlement provides for restitution to eligible class members who are consumers who purchased either a Lenovo Ideapad model U310 computer or Lenovo Ideapad model U410 computer.

For complete information on the Lenovo Ultrabook class action settlement visit:

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Published on Sep-30-14


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