July 7, 2011
Hagens Berman, a consumer-rights class-action law firm, today announced that it is expanding its investigation of defects in the Dell (NASDAQ: DELL) Optiplex line of personal desktop computers.
The firm filed a proposed class-action lawsuit against Dell last year claiming that many of its Optiplex desktop computers had flawed motherboards and capacitors, causing the machines to fail prematurely. That case is currently in litigation.
Additional reports suggest that a number of other components – including hard-disk drives, power supplies, fans, ICH5 chipsets, and DDR2 RAM – may also be defective.
If you own a Dell Optiplex computer manufactured between 2003 and 2006, especially one of the GX270, SX270, and GX280 models, and your computer has exhibited frequent crashes, so-called blue screens of death, no-post issues, disk drive malfunctions, thermal failures, or is otherwise inoperable, you may have helpful information that can aid the firm’s proposed class-action lawsuit. You can contact the firm by email at email@example.com or by phone at (206) 623-7292. To learn more, or to join the investigation online, visit www.hbsslaw.com/delloptiplex.
About Hagens Berman
Seattle-based Hagens Berman Sobol Shapiro LLP is one of the top class-action law firms in the nation, with offices in Boston, Chicago, Colorado Springs, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, New York, Phoenix, San Francisco and Washington, D.C. Founded in 1993, we represent plaintiffs in class actions and multi-state, large-scale litigation that seek to protect the rights of investors, consumers, workers and whistleblowers. More information about the firm is available at www.hbsslaw.com.
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