5 Website Development Tips To Boost Your Business Growth Exponentially
After a short time on shelves, the HP Chromebook 11 is suddenly unavailable everywhere. According to The Verge, Best Buy has ordered employees to pull the $279 notebook from its stores, and various online retailers are no longer listing the product as in-stock.
There’s no clear reason for the Chromebook’s sudden disappearance. The Verge reports that Best Buy urgently asked workers to “stop selling the HP Chromebook effective immediately” and bring the notebooks to a “secure location in the warehouse.” The notebook is no longer available on Best Buy‘s website, listed as out of stock on Google Play, and is completely missing from Amazon and HP’s Web store.
MORE: Best Chrome Apps 2013
The HP Chromebook 11 was first unveiled last month. We gave the Google laptop three out of five stars in our review, praising its colorful screen and lightweight design. However, we had some issues with the notebook’s short battery life, excessive heat and slow load times. We have to ask ourselves if any of these could be a hardware reason for a recall.
With no official statement from HP or Best Buy, we’re not sure if the Chromebook 11′s removal is a result of a product defect or lack of customer satisfaction. We have reached out to both parties for comment, and will update this story when we know more.
via The Verge
document.domain = ‘laptopmag.com’;
- Tech Support Showdown 2013
- 12 Gadgets Ahead of Their Time
- iPad Neck Strain: 5 Tips for Avoiding Injury
Published on: Mar 03, 2021