Investigation and pending class action lawsuit against Hewlett-Packard Company as a result of HP allegedly selling notebook computers with defective wireless capabilities, including Pavilion Series 6000 and 9000 and Presario Series 6000, also known as the DV 6000, V6000 and DV 9000 notebooks.
It is alleged that the notebook computers suffer from a common defect that causes a substantial number of the computers' wireless capability to fail within the first five years, including during the first year of use, rendering these computers unable to connect remotely to the internet.
Name (Stock Symbol)
Hewlett Packard Company (HPQ)
Hewlett Packard Company manufactures and sells computers and related hardware.
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