Posted by: carbonytte | May 28, 2009

Recall, AGAIN!

Before it was U.S, and only lappies distroed around U.S.

Just like the H1N1, seems like this disease from H.P is currently spreading to China. Read the article below and prepare to be mind-blowed!

HP IS ONCE AGAIN blazing into the headlines with the firm embarrassingly having to recall thousands more laptop batteries which could spontaneously combust at any given moment.

A Chinese government website said the world’s biggest computer maker would have to recall 15,000 laptop batteries distributed throughout China, owing to dangers they might overheat and explode into flames. HP Pavilion, Compaq Presario and HP Compaq laptop users are advised to check the website if they bought their machines in China between late 2007 and early 2008.

The announcement comes just a short while after the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) made HP recall about 70,000 laptop batteries, also for fear of them dying a fiery death.

But the only things we see burning at the moment are HP’s shamed cheeks. µ

The article was taken from

Of course, they predefined it as laptops distributed in China. Problem is, usually products sold in China, are made in China, right?

And with that saying, aren’t lappies in Malaysia are actually from China. Read the back of ur lappy, and also read the battery. For sure it’s Made in China.

Ah shit. Hopefully my 5 month CQ-40 lappy’s battery does not spontaneously combust (though I still can claim for warranty till next year January, and also all my data expect for Games/games’ profile are stored in the lappy directly).


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