Lenovo 2-in-1 Laptop Product Defect Investigation
Our consumer protection attorneys are investigating reports of a product defect in the Lenovo Flex 5, Yoga 520, and Yoga 730 laptops. The devices are marketed as 2-in-1 laptops that have the capability of moving the laptop screen a full 360 degrees to tablet or tent mode viewings. However, reports indicate that after normal use the screens will flicker, freeze, black out, or display corrupted visuals, rendering the laptop unusable.
If you are an owner of a Lenovo Flex 5, Yoga 520, or Yoga 730 you may be eligible for relief. Protect your rights by speaking with a Girard Sharp consumer protection attorney. Call us toll-free at 866-981-4800 or submit your information below:
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Additional Information on Lenovo 2-in-1 Laptops
Lenovo began selling the Flex 5, Yoga 520, and Yoga 730 model laptops in 2017, advertising them as 2-in-1 devices with 360-degree flexibility: “Thanks to a durable 360-degree hinge, you can easily flip into tablet mode for browsing the web, or stream a TV show in tent mode. With this much flexibility, you’ll always find your perfect viewing angle.”
But multiple consumers report that when moving the screen to tent or tablet mode, the screen will begin to malfunction and all or part of the screen will flicker, freeze, or black out. The defect reportedly occurs when the laptop screen is moved to tent or tablet mode, which puts strain on the display cable and causes the screen to malfunction.
If you own a Lenovo Flex 5, Yoga 520, or Yoga 730 and are experiencing screen malfunctions, contact one of our consumer protection attorneys today by calling 866-981-4800 or by filling out the form above.
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