Nabi tablet charger defects
|Computers and Devices|
Nabi tablets were advertised as "rechargeable." But the power adapters are defective. The manufacturer knew about the defects but sold the tablets anyway. Hundreds – if not thousands – of consumers complained. Some got new adapters, but those failed too.
Purusant to the court-approved Settlement Agreement, all persons, who between July 3, 2010 and September 30, 2015, purchased, in the United States, a Nabi 2, Nabi 2S, Nabi XD, Nabi Jr. (including Nabi Jr. S) or Nabi DreamTab tablet received a maximum refund of $10 per tablet, or $30 per defective tablet.
The deadline to file a claim has passed.
|2015-05-25||Second Amended Class Action Complaint|
|2015-06-29||[Redacted] Plaintiff's Notice of Motion and Motion for Class Certification|