"Sony will replace the system for a fee"
Ha ha is the fee the RRP of a PS vita?
A Japanese safety firm is investigating various complaints of overheating in Sony's PlayStation Vita console, a known issue that Sony maintains stems from user error. Independent Japanese body - the National Institute of Technology and Evaluation - has launched an investigation into the Vita's safety after dozens of gamers …
Reminds me of teh 360 RROD issue.
Entirely user error nothing to do with shoddy manufacturing.
*one year and a class action lawsuit later*
Oh uhm, looks like it was manufacturing error, but not us no it was them chinese fellers. Totally not our fault but I guess we'll be nice and replace it anyway.
- It does work, it's you holding it wrong
- It does work, it's you doing something wrong to it
- Our phones are great, the problem is that people in Italy, Spain and Belgium ( or something similar ) not buying them
- We didn't reach the target because some of our customers are waiting for the new version of our product to hit the shelves
Is the next strategy for big companies to start suing those who buy their products, claiming that the negative feebacks on Twitter or Amazon are only because they can't use something properly?
And then suing those who don't buy their products, because they interfere with their targets?
If anyone knows a good lawyer ( or solicitor, attorney or barrister or whatever, I never get it right ), put their contact details on here in case we all end up in courts.
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