Lenovo Class Action Settlement
You are a member of the class if you purchased a Lenovo Ideapad model U310 computer or Lenovo Ideapad model U410 computer
The device(s) must have been purchased in the United States up until the date of the entry of the Order of Final Approval
If you have not returned your device for repair you may return it for repair. The guarantee for devices repaired will be extended for an additional year. Alternatively Class Members who submit a valid Claim Form and do not elect to have the Wi-Fi capability of their Ideapad repaired by Lenovo may select one of the following benefits:
- A cash refund in the amount of $100 paid by Lenovo; or
- A $250 credit certificate toward the purchase of any product listed for sale on www.lenovo.com. The $250 credit certificate is transferable within the claimant’s immediate family and will expire no less than two years after it is issued.
Class Members who previously incurred out-of-pocket expenses associated with the repair of their Ideabook for a persistent Wi-Fi connectivity problem will be reimbursed for 100% of the amount they paid. To receive this benefit, claimants must submit documentation.
Proof of Purchase
Must Provide Proof Class members must provide model number, serial number, evidence of purchase and/or information or documentation to prove out-of-pocket expenses if requesting a reimbursement.
Kacsuta, et al. v. Lenovo (United States) Inc.,,
Case No. 8:13-cv-00316
District Court for the Central District of California, Southern Division
This lawsuit and settlement resolves allegations that the manufacturer knowingly sold defective Ideapad and “U Series” computers marketed as “ideal for any and all mobile needs.” The units had design defects that affected internet and wi-fi capabilities and reception speeds.
Lenovo Laptop Wi-Fi Settlement
c/o Berdon Claims Administration LLC
P.O. Box 9014
Jericho, NY 11753-8914