Palm sued over allegedly defective Treos

Three users of Palm's Treo handset brought a class action lawsuit against the company claiming it knowingly misrepresented the handsets as being quick, reliable, and dependable. The plaintiffs claim their Treos suffered a cycle of issues and repairs. The suit also alleges that Palm knowingly concealed that Treos fail at an exceptionally high rate and are inherently defective. Some of the issues are widely known, such as the audio buzzing in the Treo 600. However, some of the other claims in the suit do not seem as valid.

For more on the Treo law suit:
- take a look at this entry from Palm Infocenter

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