Lenovo to pay $70m for faulty ultrabook repairs

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Vendor settles year-old lawsuit with US consumers who discovered design flaw

Lenovo Group has opted to settle a year-old US class-action lawsuit over connectivity problems with its IdeaPad U-Series ultrabooks, forking over $70m (£42m), some of which may find its way into th...

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