Raon Digital recalls Everun Note


Raon Digital has just issued a recall of its Everun Note premium mini notebook due to a handful of "failure symptoms." Based on the Google and Babelfish translations of the original Korean notice, the Turion-based UMPC should be returned to its maker if it’s exhibiting any of the following behaviors: high-pitched fan noise, "blue screen phenomenon," CPU overheating, inaccurately displayed battery levels, and an error related to the preinstalled e-dictionary and/or PDA authentication.

Defective units sent to Raon Digital’s factory address will either be repaired or replaced. It isn’t clear which, but either way, a properly functioning Everun Note will be returned to the sender in its place.

[Recall notice (mention of e-dictionary)]
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